AM Quickslant: OTA’s Bring Talk of an Improved Offense

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The Green Bay Packers were an offensive juggernaught last season. Averaging 386.1 yards per game jordyand 30.4 points per game, the Packers gave defensive coordinators fits last season. What a surprise that much of the talk coming out of OTA’s is about how our offense could be even better in 2015. With Randall Cobb signed and Jordy Nelson presumably recovering just fine from his hip “cleanup” this past offseason, and Bulaga back at his rightful place at right tackle, the major pieces have been in place for awhile. Add to that the fact that Devante Adams is flashing already in OTA’s as a second year starter with Jeff Janis turning heads with a TD in the two minute drill yesterday and the all-important “second year leap” seems to have kicked in for those guys and hopefully will for center Lindsely. That’s before we even begin the conversation about Jared Abbrederis coming back off knee surgery as maybe a question mark…but a guy that a LOT of Packers fans will be pulling for. And then there is wildcard Ty Montgomery who I will be watching closely.

In a draft that saw plenty of defensive players come off the board with the Packers’ picks, it wasarod expected that the offense would improve but I think this year’s offense could be one of the best we’ve ever seen. We here at GPN have been saying for years that the way Ted Thompson develops his teams will keep Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers averaging upwards of 30 points a game year in and year out.

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But this year’s offense could be a standout among standouts. And if the defense makes strides, which I think it will…watch out NFL, here we come!

Go Pack!


Brady Augustine is co-owner and content creator for He currently resides in Tennessee and also conspires with brother, JR on

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