Oh my goodness. Week 6 in fantasy football has already been one of those earth-shattering weeks that makes everyone pay attention. Of course we are talking about the fears that Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers QB suffered a broken collarbone early in Sunday's game versus the Minnesota Vikings. Obviously this is as big as it gets in terms of star power/injury and if it is in fact broken, this would mark the second such occasions that Rodgers suffered that injury which brings back bad memories of Tony Romo during the last few years of his career. With all signs pointing to Rodgers being out for awhile, the fallout is that wideouts Jordy Nelson, Davante Adams, and Randall Cobb are ALL going to drop in value a full WR spot. That means Nelson drops to WR 2 status, while Adams goes to WR 3, and Cobb to bench WR 4. You simply can't replace Rodgers and the inexperienced Brett Hundley will have his hands full just grasping the plays. Just a brutal turn of events for all Rodgers owners.