Thirty Sundays to NFL football: 30 reasons why we love the Green Bay Packers
If there’s a more popular Packers player over the course of the past decade than Charles Woodson, you would have to look in the direction of Aaron Rodgers.
Woodson came to Green Bay hesitantly, but soon played his way into the hearts and minds of Packers fans everywhere.
He was an interception machine in Green Bay while helping to lead the team to a Super Bowl title in 2010.
Woodson played in 100 games during his tenure in Green Bay, collecting 38 interceptions, nine of which he returned for touchdowns. He also defensed 99 passes, forced 15 fumbles and recovered six.
Woodson would stick his nose into the toughest tackles. During his time in Green Bay, he tallied 379 tackles and 83 assists. To top it off, he had 11.5 sacks.
But those were just the on-field stats. What he did for others in the locker room and within the community cannot be measured.
We love Charles Woodson for what he brought to and continued in Green Bay … and that is the tradition of being a winner.
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