Quarterback Aaron Rodgers may not have won the 2013 MVP award, but his value to the Packers was never more evident, as he returned after missing half the season with a broken collarbone to lead the team to a division-clinching Week 17 victory over the Bears. The Packers once again fell in the postseason at the hands of the 49ers, but the team won six of the eight games Rodgers finished, and the pieces are in place for Green Bay to make a deep postseason run in 2014.
The Packers got off to a 5-2 start last season thanks to an efficient Rodgers and a newfound running game led by rookie Eddie Lacy. However, Rodgers went down with his injury in Week 9, and the Packers were forced to start more than two quarterbacks in a season for the first time since 1992. The running game remained strong, but the Packers struggled to score in Rodgers' absence, and the defense faltered. Things looked bleak as the Packers went
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