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You can call me a homer if you'd like, but you can't tell me the Packers don't deserve to be first on this list.
Last season, the Packers never trailed by more than seven points once—not in the regular season, not in the playoffs, never.
That's a 100 percent legitimate stat, and it truly speaks to just how good Green Bay was last season.
What's even more incredible is that they did it with 15 players on IR, including stars like Jermichael Finley, Ryan Grant and Nick Barnett, amongst others.
Not only do they get all those players back, but they get to see some of their dominant players who are still extremely young get even better.
Aaron Rodgers, B.J Raji, Clay Matthews, Tramon Williams and Sam Shields headline a flurry of Packers who will be better this year than last, and the only player who's even shown any signs of declining at all is Donald Driver (whose biggest asset will be as a leader anyway.)
Then consider that they addressed their one and only need—kick returning—in Round 2 when they got Randall Cobb, who was one of the best return men of the draft.
This team has no holes, if you don't think they're the best in football, you're crazy.