Fact or Fiction for Green Bay Packers' Biggest Offseason Question Marks

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Fact or Fiction for Green Bay Packers' Biggest Offseason Question Marks
Mike Roemer/Associated Press

The Green Bay Packers have largely spent their offseason addressing a few key issues that presented themselves during the 2013 season. 

Some of those issues included the safety group failing to produce a single interception and the absence of a go-to punt returner. 

The Packers' offseason moves have answered some of those nagging questions, but prompted a few others. The following five assertions about the Packers in the season to come were made either by players on the team or the analysts that cover it. We'll explore and analyze them in detail before deciding whether these question marks are warranted or not.

Some are sweeping concerns, like the state of the offense in 2014 compared to seasons past, while others are more focused and less pressing, like assessing one writer's claim that Randall Cobb could lead the league in receptions in 2014.

But all fall squarely on the side of fact or fiction.

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