5 Ways the Green Bay Packers Offense Can Still Improve

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5 Ways the Green Bay Packers Offense Can Still Improve
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Aaron Rodgers

The Green Bay Packers had the best regular season record in the NFL last season at 15-1—a single loss short of perfection. They also scored the most points in the league a year ago, largely behind the strength of their offense and a powerful passing game.

On the surface, it wouldn't appear as if the Packers have much room for improvement. The status quo would be just fine for most people.

But then consider that they don't want next season to end the same way last season did, with a loss in the divisional round of the playoffs.

Even though the Packers finished third in the NFL in total offensive yards, averaging an impressive 405.1 yards per game, that was more than 60 yards per game less than the New Orleans Saints, who finished first in the league with an average of 467.1 yards per game.

The Packers have to strive to get better, because opponents will only get smarter and craftier in the way they defend the Packers' aerial attack.

Improvement is possible. Here's how.

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