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What can you say about Aaron Rodgers, who, like Michael Jordan, seems perpetually in the zone. Without question, his exceptional corps of receivers and outstanding offensive line deserve their fair share of the credit, as does Mike McCarthy for both his play-calling and design. It is Rodgers' amazing pocket presence, though, and unrivaled accuracy—both in and outside the pocket—that make the Packers' passing offense nearly impossible to slow down.
As it stands, Rodgers may be the very best that there is at what he does.
And while it's tough to find any fault with this unit, Green Bay will need a little more balance on offense in order to overtake the Saints as the No. 1 offense in the league for the 2011 season. That said, the Packers are a pass-first team and their solid but unspectacular rushing attack has more to do with that fact than it does any weaknesses in the running game.