Green Bay Packers: Way-Too-Early Predictions for the Offense's 2012 Stats

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Green Bay Packers: Way-Too-Early Predictions for the Offense's 2012 Stats
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In many ways, 2011 was truly the year of the statistic for the Green Bay Packers.

Throughout the entire regular season, the Packers offense recorded yards and scores at a record-setting pace. This Green Bay unit, led by Aaron Rodgers' outstanding play, was able to crack the all-time franchise marks in wins, points per game, total passing touchdowns and several other notable records.

This illustrious regular season was even capped off by a remarkable performance from backup quarterback Matt Flynn in Week 17 against the Lions, where he threw for 480 yards and six touchdowns. It was one of the best performances from the position in Packers history, and if I'm remembering correctly, this Cheesehead team has had some pretty good signal-callers over the years.

Even though the season ended on horrible note when the Packers laid an egg against the Giants at home in the Divisional Round of the playoffs, it was still a memorable season filled with team and individual achievements.

Now, with the Packers offense coming back looking stronger than ever, how will Green Bay’s offensive skill position players follow up their outstanding showing from 2011?

Here are the way-to-early predictions for the Packers' 2012 offensive stats.

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