Aaron Rodgers put up a passer rating of 119.9 on Sunday, earning a lot of Cheesestradamus points for the APC community.
After all was said and done on Sunday, the Packers and Panthers put up a big week of points for the Acme Packing Company community in Cheesestradamus. Only 18 out of 137 players failed to earn any points this week, as users put up nearly 4.5 points on average. Leading the way on his own was bigpoppaloaf, who earned 11 points. His selection of John Kuhn scoring the first Packers touchdown made him one of only two people to correctly get those 3 points, and he also scored by hitting both the Packers' receptions leader, sacks, and getting 2 out of 3 points on Rodgers' quarterback rating.
GMan83201, manguito, and ZeppelinPage came in a tie for second this week with 10 points each. Your Week 2 standings are here, followed by the overall standings after the jump:
Here are your overall standings after two weeks:
As you can see, Kuhl has held onto the overall lead, with pacsun climbing into a tie for the top spot. Arodgb slipped this week, after only earning three points in Week 2. It's an impressive logjam at the top though, and one week can still put just about anyone into the lead.
As for the results, check here for the individual submissions.
Packers' Score: 30 (several correct)
Panthers' Score: 23 (several correct)
First TD: John Kuhn (bigpoppaloaf and Sydwyndyr)
Rodgers' Passer rating: 119.9
Most receptions: Jermichael Finley
Packers' sacks: 4
Starks touches: 12 on 9 carries and 3 receptions (several correct)
A note on some of the bonuses: the Packers have intercepted at least two passes in approximately half of their games since the start of 2010, so while correct, those predictions were voided. If you had said 3 INT's, however, that was eligible. As for Cam Newton-related predictions, I only had one regular-season game to go on. If he matched your prediction in Week 1, I couldn't give you the points, but if he didn't, you were decided eligible. Sorry for any frustration that this may have caused.