Green Bay Packers – 2014 Tickets and Preview

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The Green Bay Packers are a good enough football team to win the NFC North. Can Packers tickets go the distance? Can Aaron Rodgers lead this potent offense and improving defense to another Super Bowl? Those are the questions that surround the 2014 Green Bay Packers, who have to not only seize this window of opportunity, but do it in an AFC North and NFC Conference that is growing increasingly stronger. Nonetheless, if you’re looking for tickets to see a team with real Super Bowl potential, Green Bay Packers tickets are a very good choice.

The Packers come into 2014 with a vivid idea of what they want to do on offense. Aaron Rodgers is as good as it gets in the NFL. he’s got a strong arm, enough mobility to avoid a rush, and despite his injury last season, is durable. He fits the offensive style of Mike McCarthy to a T. Since assuming the starting role for the Packers, Rodgers has been the prototype franchise quarterback. In 2014, Rodgers will once again enjoy the services of a complete set of wide receivers in Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb, a dynamic duo that pose problems for any defense. Toss in Eddie Lacy and a vibrant running game and you know the Green Bay Packers are going to put up points.

But even a great offense needs a defense to back things up. This is where the Packers will win or lose their Super Bowl hopes. McCarthy reached out an tapped Julius Peppers in free agency to beef up his line. Peppers will complement the play of Clay Mathews and A.J. Hawk, drawing blockers away from the premiere set of linebackers. If the defensive backs, namely Sam Shields and Morgan Burnett begin to earn their money, Green Bay will be in a much better position. The wild card in 2014 is “Ha Ha” Clinton Dix, a free ranging safety that could alter the balance of games.

The 2014 Green Bay Packers schedule starts with a bang as they travel to meet the defending Super Bowl Champion Seattle Seahawks. The Packers home schedule includes the Jets, Vikings, Panthers, Bears, Eagles, Patriots, Falcons, and Lions. On the road, the biggest contests come against Seattle and New Orleans.

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