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Mike McCarthy took over as head coach of the Green Bay Packers in 2006. Since that time, the team has gone 74-38 in the regular season, with three NFC North titles and a win in Super Bowl XLV.
The Packers have also had a prolific offense since the arrival of McCarthy. Since 2006, the Packers have ranked ninth, second, eighth, sixth, ninth, third and 13th in total offense in the NFL.
The Packers have been a great passing team under McCarthy as well. The Packers have been in the top 10 in passing every year since 2006.
The best the team has ranked in rushing was just 14th in 2009, and that is the area that the offense wants to improve upon in 2013.
Bottom line, expect another top 10 offensive performance by the Packers in 2013, as well as a much improved running game behind rookies Eddie Lacy and Johnathan Franklin.