Green Bay Packers: The Way-Too-Early Statistical Predictions for 2011

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Green Bay Packers: The Way-Too-Early Statistical Predictions for 2011
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The Packers offense looks strong as ever coming into the 2011 season after being one of the top scoring teams of 2010. Huge contributors Jermichael Finley and Ryan Grant will be coming back from injuries suffered last year, adding more talent to a dynamite offense that led Green Bay to a Super Bowl victory.

With these two key players back, it would seem impossible for the Packers to add much more talent to their skill positions on offense. They already have a surplus of studs, so what else could they get?

Well, Ted Thompson answered that question during the draft by landing OT Derek Sherrod in the first round, the explosive Randall Cobb in the second, a pass catching back in Alex Green in the third and the college standout tight end D.J. Williams in the fifth.

These young, talented players will add another dimension to a skilled core of players on this Green Bay offense, which will be scary for other teams.

It's going to be tough to stop the Cheeseheads this year as the Pack look to bring the Lombardi Trophy home two years in a row.

Note: Injuries will not be taken into consideration this article. These are the stats that I think the players will get assuming there are no injuries.

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