2016 NFL Power Rankings: Green Bay Packers

Below you will find a table of Green Bay Packers results in our 2016 NFL Power Rankings.

Initial70-0The loss of Jordy Nelson (ACL) hurt the team's offense as Aaron Rodgers averaged just 238.8 YPG and 6.7 Y/A with a 60.7 completion percentage, all of which were career lows as a starter. With the return of Nelson and a fitter Eddie Lacy, the Packers offense, which ranked 23rd in 2015, should bounce back in 2016.
Post-Draft70-0The Packers addressed several needs in the draft with two defensive linemen and two linebackers among their first five picks. They also traded up to get athletic left tackle Jason Spriggs in the second round.
Week 150-0Preseason win projection: 11-5
Week 241-0Aaron Rodgers threw for only 199 yards, but he accounted for three touchdowns -- two passing (one to Jordy Nelson) and one rushing -- in the team's 27-23 win over the Jags.
Week 381-1Even with Jordy Nelson back and Eddie Lacy slimmer, the Packers are averaging just 278.5 offensive yards per game. Only the Rams, Bears and Bills are averaging fewer.
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