Green Bay Packers Year in Review: Best and Worst of the 2011 Regular Season

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Green Bay Packers Year in Review: Best and Worst of the  2011 Regular Season
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The Green Bay Packers had one of their best years in franchise history on their way to a league-best 15-1 record. A brilliant offense led by Aaron Rodgers, a defense that prides itself on turnovers and a special teams that has greatly improved from last year is all due its credit for such a successful season.

Even with a 15-1 record, the Packers had their low points, with a defense that gave up too many yards and their first loss of the season to lowly Kansas City after starting 13-0.

Here are my awards for some of the best and worst moments, the best and worst performances and the best and worst players of the 2011 season.

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