50 greatest Green Bay Packers players from the last decade

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Green Bay Packers, James Starks
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50. Desmond Bishop – LB

A regular starter for the Packers in 2010 and 2011, Desmond Bishop helped the team during their Super Bowl run. He started 25 games in those two seasons with 218 tackles, eight sacks, and even a pick-six.

49. Scott Wells – C

Scott Wells was a longtime starter along the Packers offensive line, although we can only factor in the 2010 and 2011 seasons here, his only two seasons with the team in the past decade. Despite that, he started all 32 games, was named to the PFWA All-NFC Team in 2010 and was a Pro Bowler in 2011.

48. Jimmy Graham – TE

Jimmy Graham didn’t make the impact the Packers hoped when they signed him, but he did contribute on offense, starting 22 games in two seasons with 1,083 yards and five touchdowns in that time.

47. James Starks – RB

James Starks spent seven seasons with the Packers in the 2010s. He made an instant impact in his rookie year, starting all four playoff games with 315 yards and a touchdown in the Super Bowl run. During his career in Green Bay, Starks finished with 2,506 rushing yards with nine touchdowns, and 1,017 receiving yards with six touchdowns. He formed a dominant duo with Eddie Lacy in 2014.

46. Nick Perry – LB

Nick Perry battled injuries throughout his career, but featured in 81 games for the Packers during the decade, making 32 sacks, 46 quarterback hits, seven forced fumbles, and an interception.