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Aaron Rodgers is only half the story for the Green Bay Packers. This team is the most feared juggernaut since Tom Brady's New England Patriots in 2007.
There is not a team in the league that can match the firepower the Packers have on both sides of the ball. Greg Jennings should be ready for the playoffs, but in the meantime Rodgers will not miss a beat with the likes of Jordy Nelson, Jermichael Finley and Donald Driver. The offense is so talented they rarely feature bruising backs Ryan Grant and James Starks, who would both be 1,000-yard backs elsewhere.
The defense features two perennial Defensive Player of the Year candidates in Clay Matthews (four forced turnovers, six sacks, one touchdown) and Charles Woodson (two sacks, eight forced turnovers, one touchdown) capable of turning a game around on any given play.
Some point to a 31st-ranked pass defense and think they have found a chink in Green Bay's armor. That stat is merely a result of playing with such a big lead, and the Packers make up for it by leading the NFL in interceptions and defensive touchdowns.
If the Packers finish the job and bring home a second straight Lombardi Trophy, they will go down as the greatest team in NFL history.