The Packers will get back on track to their winning ways, finishing with a record of 12-4 and being crowned NFC North champions once again.
Quarterback Aaron Rodgers will win his third MVP award while taking home the Comeback Player of the Year as well.
New general manager Brian Gutekunst will prove that he was the right man for the job after getting results from cornerbacks Jaire Alexander and Josh Jackson, while also having tight end Jimmy Graham and defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson being key components.
The defense will finish within the top 12 overall under first-year defensive coordinator Mike Pettine. With the finish, it will be the sixth time a Pettine defense has achieved such a feat.
Lastly, the offense will get back to their old ways of being a high powered unit. Under offensive coordinator Joe Philbin, the Green Bay Packers’ offense ranked no lower than ninth in total offense.
There hasn’t been this much buzz around a Packers’ season for a couple of years. There’s a bunch of new faces as well as some familiar ones. The Packers have taken the necessary steps to getting back to the promised land.
There’s only one question that remains.
When does football start?