The 2010 season was probably the most injury filled one that the Packers have had in quite some time. The Packers went from preseason favorites to a sixth-seeded Wild Card team that had little hope in making it past Michael Vick and the Philadelphia Eagles.
But, they managed to exceed all expectations. Despite injuries to starting tackle Mark Tauchser and stellar tight end Jermichael Finley , the Packers still produced a top tier defense led by corner back Charles Woodson and an explosive offense led by Aaron Rodgers. With the help of a great supporting cast of players who stepped up when the starters went down, the Packers became the only sixth seeded team to win a Super Bowl, its fourth Super Bowl title.
They did it with over 15 players on injured reserve.
To build a dynasty, the Packers must continue to build upon its Super Bowl success, and with Aaron Rodgers at the helm of the offense and a top five defense, the Packers look to have a bright future ahead of them.
With the Super Bowl win and an impending CBA agreement still in question, the Packers still have several tough choices to make on their roster and are in need of several key components to have a shot at repeating their Super Bowl run.
These pieces shall be obtained mostly through the draft and free agency, though general manager Ted Thompson has done a tremendous job in building the franchise through the draft.