However, one flaw that people like to point out is the lack of a running game.
It isn't that the Packers don't have the talent to produce a running game, it's more that running the ball takes it out of Aaron Rodgers' hand.
That isn't to say that the Packers can't have a strong running attack. Before the 2010 season, Ryan Grant had managed to rush for over 1,200 yards in consecutive years. And while I'm not saying Brandon Saine will do the same, I am saying that he has the potential to bring explosiveness and determination to the Packers' rush offense.
The following are five reasons why.