Other key contributors to Green Bay's dynamic aerial assault include reliable tight end Jermichael Finley and, most recently, top-tier receiver Davante Adams (third round, 2014 draft). Finley, who missed the entire 2014 season with a rare nerve injury in his left hip, has missed only two games in his seven-year career. He is a trusted target for Rodgers in the red zone and has a knack for delivering in clutch situations.
The Packers rank third in the NFL with 28 offensive touchdowns, trailing only Baltimore and New England. Green Bay has shown continuous progress in new head coach Mike McCarthy's first season at the helm in 2014, and the team boasts a number of promising young talent. Outside linebacker Clay Matthews, running back Eddie Lacy, and defensive end Datone Jones were key contributors to Green Bay's ninth-ranked defense in 2014. Wideout Jeff Janis (fifth round, 2012 draft), tight end Richard Rodgers (fourth round, 2012 draft), and quarterback Scott Tolzien (seventh round, 2010 draft) all have potential to make an impact in their respective roles this coming season.
A popular topic for debate: How do the Packers compare to the New England Patriots? From a purely statistical standpoint, Green Bay's prolific offense is clearly superior. The passing game ranks No. 1 in yards per game (348.0) and No. 3 in touchdowns (28), while the Patriots rank No. 2 in yards per game (341.7) and No. 5 in touchdowns (26). However, there's more to the story. The Patriots have overcome a myriad of injuries -- with both Tom Brady and Aaron Hernandez out for significant portions of the 2014 season -- and still rank No. 1 in the NFL in offensive efficiency. A few key factors explain New England's dominance this season: (1) stellar quarterback play from Brady; (2) an abundance of playmakers who run precise routes and make quick decisions on the field; and (3) outstanding offensive line play.
This offseason, Green Bay has allocated more than $80 million to bring back tight end Jermichael Finley and long-time nose tackle B.J. Raji. The duo was integral to the Packers' running game in 2014 and gave Rodgers a much-needed safety valve on those downfield reads.
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