The Green Bay Packers have already started their offseason evaluation, as the team somehow found a way to win the NFC North title, even after a myriad of injuries over the course of the 2013 season.
Yes, the team was only 8-7-1, but when a team has to place 15 players on injured reserve, plus losing three of their best players (Aaron Rodgers, Clay Matthews and Randall Cobb) for a combined 22 games over the season, there is a sense of accomplishment.
The Packers gave the San Francisco 49ers all that they could handle in their NFC Wild Card game (without Matthews) at frigid Lambeau Field, before finally succumbing to a last-second field goal which gave the Niners a 23-20 victory.
For this slideshow, I'm going to grade the various positions on the team, based on their performance over the 2013 season.
I'll also take a look at what might happen at the positions next year.