Sure, the Green Bay Packers led the NFL in points last season. But if some analysts (and the talk coming out of Green Bay) are to be believed, that's just a prequel for the real show that will go on this fall.
In today's curds, we find multiple pieces breaking down the Packers' offensive domination, both of the NFC North and the league as a whole. One of the big reasons for these predictions is the expected breakout of a young wideout who showed flashes of his ability last year in limited duty.
How can teams top the Green Bay Packers in the NFC North? | ESPN.com
The ESPN Bears blogger thinks only one thing can derail the Packers' quest for a fifth straight division title this year: an injury to Aaron Rodgers.
The 5 best NFL offenses going into the preseason | Sports on Earth
The Packers top this list of the best offenses (on paper) in the NFL at the current time.
Green Bay Packers geared up for offensive onslaught in 2015 - NFL.com
One NFL writer takes it a step further, saying that he thinks that this year's offense will be the best in Mike McCarthy's tenure in Green Bay - even better than the 2011 version.
Packers continue demolition | Packersnews.com
The team tore down a few houses that it recently purchased in order to make room for new developments. Most of the former homeowners aren't too disappointed though, and shareholders can expect to learn more about the developments at this year's annual meeting.
What if Packers coach Mike McCarthy goes out like Bo Ryan? | Cheesehead TV
If he were to step down after this season (he won't), I would imagine someone like Tom Clements being Mac's hand-picked successor. In a few years, that might be a different story though, as someone like Edgar Bennett might have enough experience as a coordinator to earn the nod.
Nate Burleson's Top 5 breakout NFL wide receivers - NFL Videos
Davante Adams comes in at number 3 on this list.
Marshawn Lynch grabs his crotch, dives into pool of Skittles - SBNation.com
I don't care who you are, that's funny right there.