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PFF: Packers Offensive Line At No. 12 Overall

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Pro Football Focus broke down the offensive lines around the NFL, and I'm not surprised the Green Bay Packers came in just above average at No. 12 in 2010. They gave more praise to RG Josh Sitton, and it's no surprise that rookie RT Bryan Bulaga was the weak link with 13 sacks allowed.

That's no knock on Bulaga's future, it was a rough rookie season, and he should keep improving over the next couple seasons. It was a good sign that they trusted him with the starting job early in his career, and stuck with him for most of the season. They could have gotten nervous at times, and floated the idea of starting OL T.J. Lang instead, but it never came to that.