Green Bay Packers: Top 10 offensive players of the 2010s

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Green Bay Packers, Jermichael Finley
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Being one of the top NFL teams, many athletes have a desire to play for Green Bay. Throughout the past decade, the Green Bay Packers have had the privilege of acquiring many talented athletes.

Though Green Bay has only won one Super Bowl in the 2010s, several players have made an impact for the Packers as they were determined to achieve greatness.

Many offensive players for the Packers have become superstars. Of the amazing Packers offensive players, there are 10 of them who stand apart from the rest.

10. Jermichael Finley

From 2008 to ’13, the Texas native Jermichael Finley was a powerhouse tight end for the Packers. His versatility was evident throughout his career as he was efficient in both receiving and blocking. Tight ends who are versatile are much more beneficial to teams because they increase the flow of the entire offense by making their teammates’ jobs a lot easier.

Finley’s versatility was a huge strength for the Packers offense. Another major accomplishment for Finley was being part of the Packers’ Super Bowl victory in 2011. Every player dreams of playing in the Super Bowl, and it was amazing to see Finley get his moment to shine in an outstanding team performance.

Finley became a top target for Aaron Rodgers with his athleticism and consistency. Green Bay certainly misses having him on their roster.

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9. Donald Driver

Donald Driver had a long NFL career with the Packers from 1999 to 2012. Every NFL player dreams of having a lengthy career, and Driver has been blessed to have been able to retire on his own terms.

Driver was one of the most talented wide receivers Green Bay has ever had because of his ability to plow through defenses. His consistency and power is what made him a top target for both Brett Favre and Rodgers. He spent over a decade as a top playmaker for his team which is very rare in the NFL.

Being part of the Super Bowl winning team in 2011 was the ultimate highlight for Driver. After a long, successful NFL career, Driver decided to retire in 2012. What a storybook ending it was to be able to play for so long and accomplish remarkable goals while doing so.

Driver was inducted into the Packers Hall of Fame in 2017 and rightfully so. Per Jimmy Carlton of OnMilwaukee, Driver is now doing charity work, appearing on shows such as “Dancing with the Stars”, and writing books. Green Bay appreciates the hard work and dedication Driver has shown throughout his career. Not only is Donald Driver one of the best offensive players of the 2010s, he is also one of the best of all-time.