Comments Off on The 2010-11 NFL Season: A Game by Game Look at How The Packers Will Fare
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers will be celebrating after a lot of touchdowns during the upcoming 2010 season. I expect Rodgers, who threw for 30 touchdowns, 4,434 yards, and just 7 interceptions while also rushing for 316 yards and 5 touchdowns during the regular season in 2009 to be even better in his third season as a starter. This will be the year where Brett Favre's protege puts it all together and completely steps out from the shadow of a legend, although he does play an awful lot like the old man and that will not change. The experience he has gained in posting a 17-15 record as a starter over two seasons will allow him to hold the ball less and take a few more chances like under not over throwing the deep ball to Greg Jennings on the first play of his teams overtime ...

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