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Offense Kept Moving, Even Without Rodgers

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Even without their MVP quarterback for half the season, the Packers piled up the second-most yards in franchise history. Mike McCarthy's brilliant decision on the offensive line and the monster rookie season by Eddie Lacy have the offense built for sustained success.

The Green Bay Packers fielded one of the best offenses of all-time in 2011. Their 560 points, at the time, was the second-most in NFL history. In 2013, the Packers' offense had the potential to be as good. Maybe even better. The Packers averaged 400.3 yards per game. Even with Aaron Rodgers missing about half the season and a watered-down corps of pass catchers, that ranked third in the league...

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