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Room For Improvement Part 4: Dropped Passes

Jermichael Finley (Daniel Shirley/USP)

We continue our series on the areas the Packers' coaching staff is emphasizing this offseason. If you thought the Packers' offense was unstoppable last year, imagine how many points they might score if they could limit the outlandish number of dropped passes.

What can the Green Bay Packers' offense do for an encore after a record-setting 2011, and how can new offensive coordinator Tom Clements put his stamp on that prolific unit? "We're going to try to be as good as we can be, and whatever that puts us (statistically), that's where it'll put us. Our goal, we don't have many statistical goals as an offense, but our goal as a team is to win the...

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