Green Bay Packers: The ‘Pack Attack’ is back

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Aaron Rodgers. Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

The Packers come marching in

Every week, we are seeing the full capacity this team is capable of taking out against almost any opponent. Along comes the Saints, who have been hailed as a Super Bowl contender this year, but so far have only come up with a 2-4 record.

The season is young, and the Saints can come out with the bombs they need, as the old saying goes, “On any given Sunday, any team can win.” And we do expect the Saints to greatly improve on their record before things are too late.

The Packers could be prime time bait.

The Packers rank  16th in passing yards, averaging 227 per game, and despite Eddie Lacy banging through defenses as a one man wrecking machine, Green Bay ranks 21st in rushing yardage with 98.7 yards a game.

Do not fret, Packers Nation, the team is still averaging more than 28 points per game, and when its over, points matter much more than yards, fumbles, or sacks.

Points are what creates the wins and losses column, the most important aspect to the game.