Grading the Strength of Every Position Heading into Green Bay Packers Camp

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Grading the Strength of Every Position Heading into Green Bay Packers Camp
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As a team coming off a season in which they compiled a 15-1 record and earned a bye in the playoffs, the Green Bay Packers have more talent than the average NFL team.

But the 2011 version wasn't the same team that won the Super Bowl the year before. Holes can be poked on the current Packers team.

The defense has its shortcomings, particularly the combination of the pass-rush and the pass coverage that gave up the most regular season passing yards in the history of the NFL last season.

On offense, the Green Bay running game is an afterthought. 

With that in mind, every positional unit on the Packers roster is graded headed into training camp based upon how it's anticipated it will perform and not how it performed in the past.

Just like a report card, an "A" is considered exceptional, "C" is average and "F" is failing, all relative compared to position units on other NFL teams.

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