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Sydney Speaks! Why the Packers will be better

Jeff Jagodzinski

Former Packers fullback and assistant coach Harry Sydney explains in his column today why the Green Bay Packers should be an improved team in 2006. Sydney says the new coaching staff's plan is among a few keys for potential improvement.

Finally, I can start to smell real football in the air. This is that time of the year when I start to look at the Green Bay Packers and try to predict how well they will do. I look at it as if everyone will be healthy and play their best, then I look at the schedule and their opponents at home and away. Then I look at coaching matchups, player matchups, and the intangibles, then make my... Recommended Stories

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