Last year's Super Bowl champions, the Packers look to repeat their performance in 2011. With a heavily talented and a healthier team, the Packers should have no problem doing what they did last year: win football games.
Aaron Rodgers looks to mimic his last season numbers and lead his team back to the Superbowl, where he was named MVP.
Helping Rodgers will be the wide receivers who played a key role in last season's Super Bowl run. Rodgers throws to arguably one of the best receiving crews in the league.
Behind Rodgers will be his running backs. If Ryan Grant can prove that he is back from last season's week one, season-ending injury, he will find himself on the team. Otherwise, it will be up to James Starks, who carried a majority of the load last season.
On the other side of the field will be the Packers defense, who will be arguably one of the toughest defenses in the league this year. Led by Clay Matthews, Charles Woodson, Nick Collins, and Tramon Williams, the Packers will be a brick wall.
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