#378 Packers Leaders
The live blog will start about 3pm and so to get things started we'll take a look at the Packer team seat from 2010 Topps.
#150 Aaron RodgersAaron had another outstanding season by having his highest pass completion percentage ever [65.7%] and running for over 350 yards and being the Packs 2nd leading rusher. I think he also finally learned how to slide at the end of his runs after missing a game to a concussion after being tackled.
Ryan ran the ball only eight times against the Eagles in Week 1 before getting injured. The question haunting any Packer fan this season is where the Pack would be in the playoffs if Ryan had been healthy. I have a feeling they would be on a bye tomorrow instead of playing.
James has had quite a few opportunities this season with Grant being out and I think he will give Brandon Jackson a run for his money as Grant's backup next year.
Jermichael got hurt in Week 5 and missed the rest of the season. According to his tweets he will be watching the game on Sunday at a bar in Phoenix.
I think James would clearly be a #2 receiver on any other team but he was only able to start three games for Green Bay. Even so, he was able to record nearly 700 yards and five touchdowns.
#141 Greg Jennings
Greg has had arguably his best season statistically and if I could post one NFL clip that would sum up his season it would be during Week 13 against the 49ers when Jennings had a 57-yard catch and in the process threw about four 49ers to the ground on the way to the touchdown.
Donald had a very down year getting about half as many yards as a typical season. Donald is still 41 yards short of breaking James Lofton's record for most receiving yards.
Bryan played in all 16 games this season and started 12 which is exactly what they hoped for when they drafted him in the 1st round.
#65 Nick Barnett
Nick was injured in Week 4 and was the key defensive injury that hurt the Packers this year.
Nick had four interceptions this season which was 2nd on the team behind Tramon Williams six interceptions.
Like Nick Barnett, Morgan was injured in Week 4 and was out the rest of the year.
#113 Clay Matthews
Clay's 13.5 sacks are impressive but they are a long way from setting the Packers team record which was set at 19.0 sacks back in 1989 by Tim Harris.
#41 Charles Woodson
Woodson had a solid year but probably won't be Defensive Player of the Year again. He forced five fumbles and stole two interceptions.