In 2009, the NFC North featured two of the most explosive offenses in the NFL last season in the Green Bay Packers and the Minnesota Vikings.
Led by Aaron Rodgers, the Packers proved that they have an elite offense.
Aaron Rodgers looks to be an early 2010 MVP favorite. Running back Ryan Grant is underrated and will look to continue his last season success.
With Brett Favre leading the offense in Minnesota, the Vikings had the second highest scoring offense in the NFL.
Add in running back Adrian Peterson and you have a scary offense.
The other two teams, the Chicago Bears and the Detroit Lions, made good strides offensively.
With Jay Cutler cemented in just his second year in Chicago, he'll look to improve what has been a historically terrible passing offense.
I don't expect the drought to last much longer though. I also expect Matt Forte to bounce back after a less than stellar sophomore campaign.
In Detroit, the Lions are filled with extremely talented players like Calvin Johnson, Jahvid Best, Matthew Stafford, and Brandon Pettigrew.
They can only get better with experience. They could become favorites to win the NFC North in a couple of years with the players they have.
We'll go position by position and rank each team.