There is nothing that should excite Green Bay Packers fans as training camp approaches more than Aaron Rodgers and Eddie Lacy playing a full season together.
They only played in six games together last year due to injuries for both. They went 5-1 in those games with the only loss being the first game of the season at San Francisco, averaged 29 points per games and averaged 404 yards per game. For reference sake the Packers averaged 35 points per game and 405.1 yards per game during their historic 2011 season. The points differential can be explained in red zone efficiency.
The Packers were still third in the NFL in yards and eighth in points with Rodgers missing seven games, which is amazing to think about. Not only where they without Rodgers and Lacy at times, but they were also without Randall Cobb, Jermichael Finley and James Jones at times too. It really wasn’t talked about enough how effective they were on offense last year without this collection of talent.
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