Key Players Returning:
QB Aaron Rodgers, RB/KR Ty Montgomery, WR Davante Adams, WR/PR Randall Cobb, WR Jordy Nelson, TE Richard Rodgers, OC Corey Linsley, OG Don Barclay, OG Lane Taylor, OT David Bakthiari, OT Bryan Bulaga, DE Mike Daniels, DE Mike Daniels, NT Letroy Guion, LB Blake Martinez, LB Clay Matthews, LB Nick Perry, LB Jake Ryan, LB Joe Thomas, CB LaDarius Gunter, CB Demarious Randall, CB Quinten Rollins, FS Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, SS Morgan Burnett, PR Trevor Davis, PK Mason Crosby, and PT Jacob Schum.
Key Players Departing:
TE Jared Cook (Raiders), OG T.J. Lang (Lions), LB Julius Peppers (Panthers), CB Micah Hyde (Bills), and CB Sam Shields (UFA).
Key Players Added:
TE Martellus Bennett (Patriots), and TE Lance Kendricks (Rams).
2017 Draft Picks:
Round 2: Pick 01 – CB Kevin King (Washington)
Round 2: Pick 29 – S Josh Jones (North Carolina State)
Round 3: Pick 29 – DT Montravius Adams (Auburn)
Round 4: Pick 01 – LB Vince Biegel (Wisconsin)
Round 4: Pick 28 – RB Jamaal Williams (Brigham Young)
Round 5: Pick 32 – WR DeAngelo Yancey (Purdue)
Round 5: Pick 39 – RB Aaron Jones (Texas-El paso)
Round 6: Pick 29 – OC Kofi Amichia (South Florida)
Round 7: Pick 20 – Devante Mays (Utah State)
Round 7: Pick 29 – WR Malachi Dupre (Louisiana State)
W01 at Jacksonville Jaguars W 27-23
W02 at Minnesota Vikings L 14-17
W03 DETROIT LIONS W 34-27
W05 NEW YORK GIANTS W 23-16
W06 DALLAS COWBOYS L 16-30
W07 CHICAGO BEARS W 26-10
W08 at Atlanta Falcons L 32-33
W09 INDIANAPOLIS COLTS L 26-31
W10 at Tennessee Titans L 25-47
W11 at Washington Redskins L 24-42
W12 at Philadelphia Eagles W 27-13
W13 HOUSTON TEXANS W 21-13
W14 SEATTLE SEAHAWKS W 38-10
W15 at Chicago Bears W 30-27
W16 MINNESOTA VIKINGS W 38-25
W17 at Detroit Lions W 31-24
WILD NEW YORK GIANTS W 38-13
DIV at Dallas Cowboys W 34-31
CONF at Atlanta Falcons L 32-33
2016 Overall: 10-6 (1st in NFC North)
Head Coach: Mike McCarthy
Green Bay: 112-62-1
Returning Statistical Leaders:
Passing: Aaron Rodgers (401-610, 4428 yards, 65.7%, 7.3 avg., 40 TD, 7 Int.)
Rushing: Ty Montgomery (77 car., 457 yards, 5.9 avg., 3 TD)
Receiving: Jordy Nelson (97 rec., 1257 yards, 13.0 avg., 14 TD)
Yards After Catch: Davante Adams (389)
TD’s Scored: Jordy Nelson (14)
Sacks: Nick Perry (11)
Tackles: Morgan Burnett (93)
Interceptions: Ha Ha Clinton-Dix (5)
Pass Deflections: LaDarius Gunter (12)
Tackles For Loss: Jake Ryan (8)
Forced Fumbles: Randall Cobb/LaDaruis Gunter (2)
Kick Returns: Ty Montgomery (18 ret., 366 yards, 20.3 avg., 0 TD)
Punt Returns: Trevor Davis (9 ret., 115 yards, 12.8 avg., 0 TD)
Kicking: Mason Crosby (26-30 fg/fga., 87%, 44-47 xp/xpa., 122 pts.)
Punting: Jacob Schum (56 punts, 2420 yards, 43.2 avg., 19 in20)
Projected Offensive Starters:
QB: 12 Aaron Rodgers
RB: 27 Eddie Lacy
FB: 22 Aaron Ripkowski
WR: 87 Jordy Nelson
WR: 18 Randall Cobb
TE: 82 Richard Rodgers
LT: 69 David Bakhtiari
LG: 71 Josh Sitton
OC: 73 J.C. Tretter
RG: 70 T.J. Lang
RT: 75 Bryan Bulaga
KR: 33 Micah Hyde
PK: 02 Mason Crosby
Projected Defensive Starters:
DE: 64 Mike Pennell
NT: 98 Letroy Guion
DE: 76 Mike Daniels
LB: 56 Julius Peppers
LB: 47 Jake Ryan
LB: 58 Sam Barrington
LB: 52 Clay Matthews
CB: 23 Damarious Randall
CB: 37 Sam Shields
FS: 21 Ha Ha Clinton-Dix
SS: 42 Morgan Burnett
PR: 33 Micah Hyde
PT: 08 Tim Masthay
Schedule & Series History:
09/10 4:25pm SEATTLE SEAHAWKS | Green Bay leads the series 12-8. The Packers are 5-3 since 2007, and their last series home loss (7-27) was in 1999.
09/17 8:30pm at Atlanta Falcons | Green Bay leads the series 17-15. The Packers are 4-3 since 2008, and their last series road win (25-14) was in 2011.
09/24 4:25pm CINCINNATI BENGALS | Green Bay trails the series 5-7. The Packers lost (30-34) the last meeting between teams in 2013, and their last series home win (24-10) was in 1995.
09/28 8:25pm CHICAGO BEARS | Green Bay leads the series 60-41. The Packers are 15-6 since 2007, and their last series home loss (13-17) was in 2015.
10/08 4:25pm at Dallas Cowboys | Green Bay trails the series 15-17. The Packers are 6-3 since 2007, and their last series road loss (27-37) was in 2007.
10/15 1:00pm at Minnesota Vikings | Green Bay leads the series 51-50-2. The Packers are 15-6 since 2007, and their last series road win (30-13) was in 2015.
10/22 1:00pm NEW ORLEANS SAINTS | Green Bay leads the series 16-8. The Packers lost (23-44) the last meeting between teams in 2014, and their last series home loss (27-34) was in 2006.
11/06 8:30pm DETROIT LIONS | Green Bay leads the series 60-40-4. The Packers are 16-4 since 2007, and their last series home loss (16-18) was in 2015.
11/12 1:00pm at Chicago Bears | The Packers last series road loss (17-20) was in 2010.
11/19 1:00pm BALTIMORE RAVENS | Green Bay leads the series 4-1. The Packers won (19-17) the last meeting between teams in 2013, and their only series loss (3-48) was in 2005.
11/26 8:30pm at Pittsburgh Steelers | Green Bay trails the series 5-9. The Packers lost (31-38) the last meeting between teams in 2013, and their last series road win (20-12) was in 1970.
12/03 1:00pm TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS | Green Bay leads the series 32-21-1. The Packers won (20-3) the last meeting between teams in 2014, and their last series home loss (16-17) was in 2005.
12/10 1:00pm at Cleveland Browns | Green Bay leads the series 9-4. The Packers won (31-13) the last meeting between teams in 2013, and their last series road loss (6-17) was in 1992.
12/17 1:00pm at Carolina Panthers | Green Bay leads the series 9-5. The Packers lost (29-37) the last meeting between teams in 2015, and their last series road win (30-23) was in 2011.
12/23 8:30pm MINNESOTA VIKINGS | The Packers last series home loss (13-20) was in 2015.
12/31 1:00pm at Detroit Lions | The Packers last series road loss (7-19) was in 2014.
Running Backs: C
Wide Receivers: B
Offensive Line: C
Defensive Line: C
Kick Returners: C
Punt Returners: B
Overall: 7-9 (2nd in NFC North)
Grades: A = Excellent, B = Good, C = Average
UFA: Unrestricted Free Agent
Series Histories: Histories are from the inception of the first Super Bowl season through present day.
Meetings prior to 1966 are not included. Playoff wins are included in the year the season took place. For example, if a team won a wildcard game in January of 2016, the game will be listed under the 2015 season.
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