The 2010-11 NFL Season: A Game by Game Look at How The Packers Will Fare

May 20, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

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 playoff loss. Ensuring his receiver would have at least a chance at making the play that would have sent the Packers into the second round. Rodgers will contend for the M.V.P. in 2010 protected by a ...

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