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Through Pain, Packers Show Plenty of Game

Aaron Rodgers (Benny Sieu/US Presswire)

The Packers enter the bye with a 6-3 record, a pretty remarkable accomplishment when you consider Sunday's game ended with 11 of their 22 preferred starters out with injuries. These aren't your run-of-the-mill starters, either. For proof, look at NFL Network's list of the top 100 players.

The Green Bay Packers enter the bye week 6-3. It's a remarkable accomplishment when you consider this figure: Of the Packers' 22 preferred starters at the start of training camp, 11 of them were injured by the end of Sunday's victory over Arizona. That's right, half of the team's starters. And yet, the Packers have won four in a row. If they can get healthy by the start of December, they should... Recommended Stories

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