NFL Preseason 2010: Green Bay Packers Top Storylines

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NFL Preseason 2010: Green Bay Packers Top Storylines

The Green Bay Packers enter the off-season with high expectations. Some experts consider them the favorite in the NFC North even with the return of Brett Favre to the Vikings.

The Packers finished last season 11-5 and lost in overtime in a shootout to the Cardinals in the first round of the playoffs 51-45.

Starting quarterback Aaron Rodgers threw for 4,434 yards along with 30 touchdowns. He is ready for another breakout season, possibly an MVP season.

They also featured a running back in Ryan Grant who ran for more than 1,200 yards and 10 touchdowns.

The receiving core is not too bad earlier. Both Greg Jennings and Donald Driver had 1,113 and 1,061 yards receiving respectively.

The problem was their defense. They gave up too many big plays through the air. Kurt Warner threw five touchdowns and 379 yards in that postseason victory. The Packers defense gave up 51 points.

But the Packers defense believe they are a new team and they are out to prove they can hold opposing offenses in check.

Here is a look at the top five storylines for the 2010 Packers preseason...

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