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But the Packers' first step is to handle an improved NFC North. The young Detroit Lions are rounding into their prime. The Chicago Bears have added Brandon Marshall. Even the Minnesota Vikings have established some depth and will surely add more talent in next week's NFL draft.
The Cheeseheads are coming off a franchise-record 15-1 season, but the stench is still clearing from the squad's disastrous performance in the NFC divisional round of the playoffs against the eventual champion New York Giants.
Green Bay is still king of the hill, however, and it will be until someone knocks it off. Here are five reasons why no team in the NFC North will do that any time soon.