The Packers' amazing run to the Super Bowl championship this past February would probably not have been possible without many different people.
Perhaps the most important was general manager Ted Thompson. After taking his front office position in 2005, Thompson slowly shaped the Packers into a championship-caliber team, taking huge chances on guys such as Aaron Rodgers and Charles Woodson.
As the 2011 NFL draft approaches, it is time to look back at Thompson's last six draft classes and analyze the impact of his drafting alone on the Packers starting lineup.
The following slides rank the effectiveness of Thompson's picks concerning the number of starts at a given position by his draft choices. You might be surprised at what you find.