2010 Fantasy Football Team Analysis: Green Bay Packers

June 18, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The 2009 Green Bay Packers season was one of the most bittersweet seasons in recent memory, providing an exciting glimpse of what is to come, while feeding the fantasy realm with a myriad of quality players to choose from.
Last year, Aaron Rodgers showed that he can in fact be the new leader, and the 3-4 hybrid scheme—brought in by Dom Capers—produced a top-five defense all year that led the league in rushing yards allowed, while placing second in interceptions.
In addition, it was the first time in league history that a team produced a 4,000-yard passer (Aaron Rodgers), a 1,200-yard rusher (Ryan Grant), and not one, but two 1,000-yard receivers (Donald Driver and Greg Jennings) in a single season.
With so many impact players on the Packers offense and defense it will be difficult to choose from the lot of them, but remember, whoever you draft, you’ll be getting nothing but elite players, my little kiddies.
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