Breaking Down Green Bay Packers' Likely Opening-Game Starting Lineup

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Breaking Down Green Bay Packers' Likely Opening-Game Starting Lineup
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After two weeks of preseason action, the Green Bay Packers' opening-day roster is coming into clearer focus, with incumbent starters set at some positions, while rookies and veterans alike compete for the No. 1 job at others. 

The following breakdown of Green Bay's Week 1 defensive and offensive starters is based on 11 personnel on offense (three receivers, one running back and one tight end) and the base 3-4 defense (three defensive linemen, four linebackers, two cornerbacks and two safeties).

Of course, Green Bay often does not use either of those groupings, using four-receiver sets on offense and running nickel or dime sub-packages. And competition at the non-starting positions, such as the fourth receiver or the slot corner, is proving to be more interesting than many of the starters. So wherever possible we've also noted projected starters at those spots. 

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