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Passing: 468 (1)
Rushing: 47 (27)
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Passing: 358 (29)
Rushing: 108 (18)
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Passing Leaders
Player Comp/Att Yards TDs INTs
A.Rodgers 24/26 488 5 1
Receiving Leaders
Player Recs Yards TDs
D.Adams 6 228 4
A.Jones 7 128 0
J.Sternberger 6 60 0
A.Lazard 1 25 0
M.Valdes-Scantling 2 24 0
Rushing Leaders
Player Ats Yards TDs
A.Jones 7 27 0
A.Dillon 6 21 1
A.Rodgers 3 -1 0
Defensive Leaders
Player Tackles Sacks INTs FFs
A.Amos 6 0.5 0 0
D.Savage 6 0 0 0
E.Stokes 3 0 1 0
J.Jones 3 0 0 0
K.Clark 2 2 0 0
NFC North
TeamOverallDiv%
Packers 1-0-0 0-0-0 1.000
Vikings 1-0-0 0-0-0 1.000
Lions 0-1-0 0-0-0 0.000
Bears 0-0-0 0-0-0 0.000
Top Cap Hits
Player OVR Pos cap Hit
Aaron Rodgers 96 QB $27.57 M
Davante Adams 99 WR $16.60 M
Za'Darius Smith 89 LOLB $14.37 M
David Bakhtiari 96 LT $11.1 M
Adrian Amos 89 SS $9.30 M
Upcoming FAs
Player OVR Pos cap Hit
Davante Adams 99 WR $16.60 M
Robert Tonyan 80 TE $3.38 M
Corey Bojorquez 76 P $1.2 M
Marquez Valdes-Scantling 76 WR $2.23 M
Krys Barnes 75 MLB $780 K

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Packers Team Awards

The Packers had a shaky season filled with hills and valleys, upsets and let-downs, and that led to an 8-8 record and missing the playoffs by 2 games. There were many positive things to take away as Green Bay will look to improve and make the playoffs next season, but here's the MVP, OPOY, DPOY, OROY, DROY, and the Most Consistent player for the Packers this season.

MVP: Bryce Young

He may be a rookie, but he was the number 2 overall pick for a reason. Bryce Young dazzled and impressed in his rookie season as he was the player who impacted the outcomes of games the most, taking the helm of Green Bay's historic franchise and giving them the 4th most total offensive yards in the league with 6,620 and the 6th most amount of points with 35.7 per game, truly a game changer and a big upgrade from Jordan Love last season. He alone put up 4,803 passing yards, the most among rookies and the 3rd most in the league behind Dwayne Haskins Jr. and Spencer Rattler. He also threw for 37 touchdowns which was 4th in the league and 2nd among rookies. He also showcased his speed as a dual threat coming in just behind Lamar Jackson with the second most rushing yards for quarterbacks with 389 compared to Jackson's 406. He only rushed for 1 touchdown, though. Young was a very strong contender for the league-wide OROY but the Lions' DJ Uiagalelei was just too good. As most rookies and inexperienced players do, Young had quite the turnover problem, throwing 41 interceptions and fumbling 11 times although some of those were recovered by his own team. With what he's shown in his rookie season, Bryce Young could go from Packers' Team MVP to League MVP if he pieces some last few things together.

OPOY: Davante Adams

A seasoned veteran in contrast to Bryce Young, Adams has been an anchor for the Packers and helped Young develop while also being the clear #1 receiving option and a top wideout in the whole league, showcasing his route running and contested catch ability throughout the season. A 1 game suspension mid-season cooled off a hot streak of games he had going, but he still finished with 68 receptions, 1,289 yards, and 8 touchdowns in the 15 games he played. Not to mention his impact without the ball as he draws so much attention from the defense it opened up plays for everyone around him on the Packers' offense to make them so effective. He even drew a couple triple teams throughout the season when he was gashing opposing defensive backs. As Adams gets up their in age, it's sadly a matter of time before he's unable to be this productive, but Green Bay is happy to reap the rewards of his unbelievable abilities for now.

DPOY: Darnell Savage and Adrian Amos

There are co-winners for Packers' defensive player of the year honors because of how well they compliment each other and just how well they played. Both coming off of contract extensions, Amos thrived in the slot and coming down into the box, leading the team in tackles with 96 and having an incredible 16 tackled for loss as a safety, showcasing his closing speed in an incredible way. He also recorded 2 sacks and 4 forced fumbles on his destructive path close to the line of scrimmage. He also had some amazing moments in coverage when he dropped back deep in cover 2 or cover 3. He tallied 5 interceptions, including a pick 6, and 10 pass deflections, truly a balanced and explosive safety with years of experience to help lead the defense through its struggles this season. Now for Savage, who lived up to his contract extension as well, flying around the field making plays. He was second in tackles for the team behind Amos with 74, including 7 tackles for loss which is also very good for a safety. He was a true wildcard for this defense with his speed and athleticism also nabbing 8 interceptions, tied for the most on the team, and a pick 6 along with 12 pass deflections. He was a menace when he frequently sprinted from his deep safety spot to get to the line of scrimmage for some big hits, too, knocking 4 fumbles loose and recovering another. This tandem worked wonders and a big reason the defense had success at times.

OROY: Michael Mayer

Although Bryce Young is a rookie, Mayer gets this award as to avoid repeats but also to give credit where it's due. Mayer came out of college as a top tight end prospect many thought could've gone first round, but fell to the Packers' early second round pick because teams were afraid a slow and fundamental tight end would no longer have success in the league. Mayer has proved the doubters wrong as he finished the season leading all rookies, receivers and halfbacks included with tight ends, in receptions with 78, receiving yards with 1,051 yards, and receiving touchdowns with 12. Truly a historic season for a rookie tight end and even for a rookie in general. He is a strong and reliable target at a position the Packers haven't had historical success at. If he's able to take a leap in the offseason, he may be join Davante Adams as an elite receiving option and make the Packers offense nearly impossible to contain.

DROY: Tyreke Johnson

This wasn't really a competition as Tyreke Johnson was one of the best cornerbacks in the whole league this season, being so lockdown he only made a few rookie mistakes we can chalk up to inexperience, and then most other times he was targeted forced an incompletion as he had 15 pass deflections or maybe picked it off for one of his 8 interceptions, he returned 2 of those for a touchdown, also. He also was surprisingly good at traveling the field to stop plays, recording 57 tackles, but only 2 for a loss, and he picked up a loose fumble one time. His teammate Lannden Zanders deserves an honorable mention with his 52 tackles, 4 for a loss, 2 sacks, 4 interceptions, 2 pass deflections, 1 forced fumble, 1 fumble recovery, and 1 defensive touchdown, but Johnson still wins this honor and could become a superstar soon and turn the Packers secondary into a no fly zone paired with those elite safeties and Jaire Alexander.

Most Consistent: Cairo Santos

Special teams deserves more love and kickers are a highly valuable position and Santos did his job almost better than anybody in the league this season on a cheap contract, too. He was consistently cashing out for the Packers, even in Green Bay's poor conditions at times. He finished 24/25 on field goals with his only miss being due to a bad snap and hold (lag). He went 19/19 on field goals under 50 yards and went 5/6 on over 50 yard attempts, making a 56 yarder as his long for the season. He went a perfect 67/67 on extra points as the Packers piled on the points and was also a big strength for the team during kickoffs, booting the ball off for 71 touchbacks in his 106 kickoffs and also never had a kick returned for a touchdown or even past the 40 yard line, constantly forcing the opposing team to not have amazing field position.

These were the team awards for the Green Bay Packers this season as they head into the offseason pretty set for next season with simultaneously few holes but a lot of work to do to get to where they want to be: The Playoffs.

Quartebacks
Name
Age
Hgt
Pos
OVR
SPD
ACC
AGI
THP
SAC
MAC
DAC
TUP
TOR
PAC
BKS
Aaron Rodgers 37 6'2" QB 96 79 84 81 94 96 90 95 95 95 93 86
Jordan Love 22 6'4" QB 68 81 86 77 90 84 79 80 81 81 82 70
Kurt Benkert 26 6'3" QB 55 74 83 74 82 78 72 68 68 70 73 57
Backs
Name
Age
Hgt
Pos
OVR
SPD
ACC
AGI
STR
AWR
JKM
SPM
SFA
TRK
BCV
CTH
SRR
RBK
IBK
LBK
Aaron Jones 26 5'9" HB 91 91 93 94 71 90 93 83 87 84 89 72 70 25 42 44
A.J. Dillon 23 6'0" HB 76 88 87 79 80 75 75 76 85 87 81 63 51 56 53 57
Kylin Hill 23 5'10" HB 67 87 89 81 71 67 80 73 83 83 73 64 61 31 51 37
Receivers
Name
Age
Hgt
Pos
OVR
SPD
ACC
AGI
STR
AWR
JMP
JKM
SPM
SFA
TRK
BCV
CTH
CIT
SPC
SRR
MRR
DRR
RLS
RBK
IBK
LBK
Davante Adams 28 6'1" WR 99 91 92 92 63 98 94 92 83 75 63 92 99 97 98 99 98 93 99 48 45 25
Randall Cobb 31 5'10" WR 77 89 90 89 57 81 84 90 86 65 37 87 85 82 84 84 81 78 78 40 45 25
Marquez Valdes-Scantling 26 6'4" WR 76 93 91 88 63 81 75 76 70 47 47 78 79 81 84 75 77 80 76 53 53 28
Allen Lazard 25 6'5" WR 74 90 92 81 70 81 90 75 69 62 52 72 80 81 83 78 76 77 77 60 51 36
Amari Rodgers 21 5'10" WR 68 89 87 84 65 74 82 77 75 62 58 85 83 77 78 73 71 71 67 50 48 27
Equanimeous St. Brown 24 6'5" WR 68 90 92 87 67 60 83 70 61 62 50 74 79 76 83 77 71 74 70 47 50 35
Juwann Winfree 24 6'1" WR 66 88 87 85 65 61 80 74 73 56 57 78 79 80 82 74 73 70 68 39 41 18
Malik Taylor 25 6'1" WR 64 90 88 89 59 56 86 79 72 57 49 76 80 76 81 69 67 68 64 52 47 23
Robert Tonyan 27 6'5" TE 80 85 90 81 74 85 84 68 59 62 68 66 98 78 81 75 69 64 75 61 62 50
Jace Sternberger 24 6'4" TE 68 81 84 79 73 61 77 71 56 68 68 74 81 80 79 68 64 64 66 58 67 52
Josiah Deguara 24 6'3" TE 67 83 85 79 78 64 84 59 56 61 63 70 81 78 80 65 62 58 65 64 67 61
Dominique Dafney 24 6'2" TE 62 84 89 85 70 54 82 71 62 69 67 71 74 74 72 61 56 51 59 61 59 54
Bronson Kaufusi 30 6'6" TE 52 75 83 79 83 58 74 53 43 51 60 56 74 70 69 52 46 41 55 55 75 49
Offensive Line
Name
Age
Hgt
Pos
OVR
ACC
AGI
STR
AWR
PBK
RBK
IBK
LBK
David Bakhtiari 29 6'4" LT 96 80 68 91 98 96 83 91 88
Yosuah Nijman 25 6'7" LT 57 83 72 84 55 61 64 78 79
Elgton Jenkins 25 6'5" LG 86 80 63 89 94 87 84 84 87
Jon Runyan 24 6'4" LG 64 79 65 82 76 66 66 81 83
Josh Myers 23 6'5" C 67 73 67 89 73 65 71 90 86
Jake Hanson 24 6'4" C 59 71 59 85 72 66 63 80 81
Lucas Patrick 28 6'3" RG 68 85 64 83 81 70 70 78 77
Royce Newman 24 6'5" RG 63 81 55 82 67 67 63 87 79
Ben Braden 27 6'6" RG 52 79 62 83 56 60 62 77 52
Dennis Kelly 31 6'8" RT 72 75 61 86 88 73 74 80 81
Billy Turner 29 6'5" RT 70 76 56 85 89 73 73 78 81
Cole Van Lanen 23 6'4" RT 58 81 67 79 67 61 64 82 84
Defensive Line
Name
Age
Hgt
Pos
OVR
SPD
ACC
AGI
STR
AWR
BSH
FMV
PMV
TCK
PWR
PUR
PRC
Dean Lowry 27 6'6" LE 74 75 83 72 86 77 71 62 74 86 79 78 75
Tyler Lancaster 26 6'3" LE 68 72 75 69 89 71 73 55 67 79 71 79 73
Abdullah Anderson 25 6'3" LE 61 68 81 71 90 46 64 59 65 79 81 73 48
Kenny Clark 25 6'3" DT 89 69 82 64 96 90 90 68 82 86 82 87 91
T.J. Slaton Jr 23 6'4" DT 65 69 79 59 87 61 69 52 63 75 77 79 64
Kingsley Keke 24 6'3" RE 74 74 81 71 83 83 75 78 69 80 77 81 81
Jack Heflin 23 6'4" RE 61 61 76 65 83 63 75 52 64 74 76 71 62
Linebackers
Name
Age
Hgt
Pos
OVR
SPD
ACC
AGI
STR
JMP
AWR
BSH
FMV
PMV
TCK
PWR
PUR
PRC
ZCV
MCV
Za'Darius Smith 28 6'4" LOLB 89 80 85 73 84 78 95 74 79 90 84 83 92 92 57 46
Rashan Gary 23 6'5" LOLB 81 86 88 79 83 89 87 75 71 83 80 78 83 85 49 39
Tipa Galeai 24 6'5" LOLB 61 82 88 81 69 78 55 58 66 53 74 75 77 53 45 36
Chauncey Rivers 24 6'2" LOLB 60 75 84 74 77 75 62 63 57 65 73 81 78 56 45 39
Krys Barnes 23 6'2" MLB 75 84 87 82 71 74 80 69 50 46 85 80 83 77 68 63
De'Vondre Campbell 28 6'4" MLB 74 85 87 85 73 82 77 63 61 48 88 79 81 75 69 63
Oren Burks 26 6'3" MLB 66 86 89 86 69 91 60 63 60 51 78 83 79 58 68 62
Ty Summers 25 6'1" MLB 66 87 89 82 77 86 60 69 67 55 79 80 82 62 56 50
Isaiah McDuffie 22 6'1" MLB 62 85 88 75 73 79 62 65 52 48 76 77 84 58 55 50
Preston Smith 28 6'5" ROLB 80 81 88 80 81 82 84 72 67 79 83 80 85 81 59 52
Jonathan Garvin 22 6'4" ROLB 60 78 85 76 76 76 60 68 54 61 77 76 75 57 46 40
Defensive Backs
Name
Age
Hgt
Pos
OVR
SPD
ACC
AGI
STR
JMP
AWR
ZCV
MCV
BSH
TCK
PWR
PUR
PRC
Jaire Alexander 24 5'10" CB 95 93 93 94 60 84 96 95 97 54 58 62 75 93
Chandon Sullivan 25 5'11" CB 74 87 89 86 58 94 77 78 77 49 54 54 69 79
Isaac Yiadom 25 6'1" CB 73 90 92 87 54 83 73 76 72 54 58 73 77 71
Kevin King 26 6'3" CB 73 90 93 93 69 93 69 71 73 59 54 48 77 67
Eric Stokes 22 6'1" CB 71 95 93 86 58 91 63 70 71 44 47 48 68 62
Corey Ballentine 25 5'11" CB 68 90 90 89 61 93 64 65 70 55 58 68 78 62
Shemar Jean-Charles 23 5'10" CB 63 88 88 85 61 84 64 62 67 39 48 42 65 66
Kabion Ento 25 6'1" CB 58 88 92 83 55 92 47 60 62 51 48 50 68 45
Darnell Savage 24 5'11" FS 80 93 91 88 59 94 81 79 73 57 68 84 77 78
Henry Black 24 6'0" FS 63 88 89 84 65 81 55 67 65 54 68 83 77 57
Innis Gaines 23 6'1" FS 61 85 88 85 60 79 51 67 63 52 64 74 77 62
Adrian Amos 28 6'0" SS 89 91 91 84 72 85 92 88 80 66 73 86 85 88
Josh Jones 26 6'2" SS 69 91 90 82 73 87 70 64 58 44 78 87 66 67
Will Redmond 27 5'11" SS 65 89 89 87 61 86 63 63 67 37 53 52 79 66
Vernon Scott 23 6'2" SS 61 88 89 82 65 86 58 63 59 53 65 76 74 56
Kicking
Name
Age
Hgt
Pos
OVR
SPD
ACC
AGI
STR
AWR
KPW
KAC
Mason Crosby 36 6'1" K 78 59 63 60 60 64 95 87
Corey Bojorquez 25 6'0" P 76 70 74 63 41 64 96 78

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Team Stats
Offense
Stat
Defense
() Total Yards ()
() Pass Yards ()
() Rush Yards ()
Passing
Player
Comp/Att
%
Yards
TDs
INTs
Long
Rating
A.Rodgers 24/26 92.3 488 5 1 75 158.3
Totals
24/26
92.3
488
5
1
75
158.3
Receiving
Player
Recs
Yards
Long
YAC
Drops
TDs
D.Adams 6 228 75 96 0 4
A.Jones 7 128 37 106 0 0
J.Sternberger 6 60 21 33 0 0
A.Lazard 1 25 25 1 1 0
M.Valdes-Scantling 2 24 13 5 0 0
Totals
24
488
75
248
1
5
Rushing
Player
Attempts
Yards
Long
Broken Tackles
TDs
Fumbles
A.Jones 7 27 9 1 0 0
A.Dillon 6 21 8 1 1 0
A.Rodgers 3 -1 1 0 0 0
Totals
16
47
9
2
1
0
Defense
Player
Tackles
Sacks
INTs
FFs
FRs
TDs
A.Amos 6 0.5 0 0 0 0
D.Savage 6 0 0 0 0 0
E.Stokes 3 0 1 0 0 0
J.Jones 3 0 0 0 0 0
K.Clark 2 2 0 0 0 0
Totals
29
4
2
0
0
0
Kicking
Player
FGs
Long
XPs
KOs
TBs
M.Crosby 1/1 22 6/6 6 3
Totals
1/1
22
6/6
6
3
Punting
Player
Punts
Yards
Long
In 20
TBs
Avg
Net Avg
Totals
0
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Team Stats
Offense Stat Defense
() Total Yards ()
() Pass Yards ()
() Rush Yards ()
Passing
Player Comp/Att % Yards TDs INTs Long Rating
Totals 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Receiving
Player Recs Yards Long YAC Drops TDs
Totals 0 0 0 0 0 0
Rushing
Player Attempts Yards Long Broken Tackles TDs Fumbles
Totals 0 0 0 0 0 0
Defense
Player Tackles Sacks INTs FFs FRs TDs
Totals 0 0 0 0 0 0
Kicking
Player FGs Long XPs KOs TBs
Totals 0/0 0 0/0 0 0
Punting
Player Punts Yards Long In 20 TBs Avg Net Avg
Totals 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Players

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