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Measuring Up: Production at Safety

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The Packers' safeties had four interceptions last season. That's not a lot of big-play production. How does that compare to the rest of the league and the playoff participants?

The quote sounded like a challenge — or a case of serious spin — from Green Bay Packers safeties coach Darren Perry. No, the Packers' safeties didn't intercept a bunch of passes in 2012. That, however, is fairly typical of the rest of the league. "To be a really good safety, you're not defined by turnovers," Perry said. "If you put our stats up against some of the top safeties in the league...

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