Offensive Team Analysis

Pondering the Potential of Packer Scoring

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The question was recently posed whether it was possible for the Packers to average 35 points a game in 2015. Considering the fact that the Packers were pretty prolific scorers in 2014 to the tune of 30.4 points per game, I thought it was an interesting question. (more…)

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Breaking Down a “Special Offense” Part 3 – The Running Backs

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The Packers ended a running back drought when James Starks came on to help the Packers win Super Bowl XLV in 2010. Then they got Eddie Lacy who kicked the running game up a notch (or two) from there. The combination of Lacy and Starks has been a potent one, combining for 1,472 rushing yards and 11 touchdowns in 2014 and forcing defenses to pick their poison if they wanted to blanket the Packers' talented receiver corps and leave the box a little thin... (more…)

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Packers Aren’t Jumping To Conclusions

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The Packers aren't jumping to any conclusions regarding Andrew Quarless. The veteran tight end had 29 catches for 323 yards and 3 touchdowns in 2015 but the rookie Richard Rodgers had 20 catches for 225 yards and 2 touchdowns. Rodgers would seem to have the upper hand now...to a great extent in the fact that thus far he has kept his nose clean in the offseason. But here's the question... (more…)

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GPN Poll: The Result of the Changes

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A lot of people are talking about how the Packers offense won't change at all because all the starters are returning. But there was on big change. Communication and the execution of the gameplan are paramount in NFL football games. Our offense excels at execution and we are returning all starters. But that one big change...that one big change may make a difference. (more…)

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