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Can Anyone Stop the Green Bay Packers Offense?

SEATTLE - AUGUST 21:  Wide receiver Greg Jennings #85 of the Green Bay Packers makes a catch during the preseason game against Earl Thomas #29 of the Seattle Seahawks at Qwest Field on August 21, 2010 in Seattle, Washington. (Photo by Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images)
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Jake WinieckiCorrespondent IIIAugust 22, 2010

The first team offense has scored on all four possesions with ease so far half way through the preseason.

Aaron Rodgers has completed 20 of 24 passes so far and JerMichael Finley and Greg Jennings look uncoverable.

They've been doing all of this without Donald Driver, as well.  When you consider that they also have James Jones, Jordy Nelson, Donald Lee, and Spencer Havner in the receiving corps, it starts to get scary.

The running game has been solid, but Ryan Grant has seen very limited carries.  Brandon Jackson has played very well behind him.

The offensive line gave up 51 sacks last year and has yet to give up a sack with Rodgers under center in the preseason.  They look much better then they have in the past, and a starting line of Clifton, Bulaga, Wells, Sitton, and Tauscher sounds pretty good.

If they can keep this up, the Packers should easily break the franchise record for points in a season, which they set last year.

I'm looking forward to seeing what they can do against the Colts in week three!

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