Speaking of the Packers, the defending champs are clicking on all cylinders and ready for a deep postseason run to defend their championship.
Green Bay, by virtue of beating the Chicago Bears on Christmas night, has secured the No. 1 seed in the NFC. For that reason, there most likely won’t be offensive fireworks this Sunday at Lambeau Field when Matt Flynn welcomes the Lions.
Don’t let that fool you. The amount of weapons on this team speaks volumes about how much control MVP candidate Aaron Rodgers has in this playbook. He’s able to audible and change out of formations however he sees fit.
No one analyzes an NFL defense quite like Rodgers is right now.