Disappointing Season for Packers

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    After a disappointing loss in a win and you’re in game for the Packers, the Packers finished 8-8 and third place in a tough NFC North. Aaron Rodgers struggled throughout the year, throwing for 24 INTs and only 3242 yards while rookie Eddie Lacy had a solid year rushing for 897 yards and 5 TDs. James Jones led the Packers in receiving yards with 851, while Randall Cobb led the team with 11 TDs. “Obviously I’m very disappointed with the way the team performed this year, offensively and defensively, we’re going to go into this offseason looking to make some changes on the offensive and defensive side of the football”, first year owner David Waye said. The Packers also have a few big names who need new contracts, Jermichael Finley and James Jones. Rumors are that the Packers won’t sign them back unless they both come down in their asking price. The Packers also need help on their offensive line, mainly at right tackle. This should be a long interesting offseason the Packers.
     
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