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Report Card: Packers at Bye

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With Aaron Rodgers posting a banner season, the Packers' passing game earned high marks through seven games. The running game, even while not statistically great, and the special teams, with Mason Crosby breaking records, also earned good grades.

PASSING OFFENSE: A-minus - If Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers stays on the electric pace he set from the outset of the season until the bye, he should be a near-unanimous pick as NFL MVP for the first time. Rodgers comes out of the bye leading the league in completion percentage (71.5), touchdown passes (20) and passer rating (125.7), while throwing for 2,372 yards with only three...

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