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There are plenty of people looking for answers after the Packers got their tails whipped 31-17 by the Patriots on Sunday night.

The Packers offensive line didn’t do much to make people forget about last year’s season-ending injury to Aaron Rodgers.  

But this training camp, Aaron Rodgers has been introspective and has been very honest about himself and obviously others. 

The DeShone Kizer trade happened 133 days before the start of camp. Apparently, Hundley’s been thinking about it for awhile because he looked different leading the team as the starter in Thursday’s 31-17 preseason win over the Titans.

If Randall Cobb cannot produce, then the Packers will have spent $12.7 million this season on a wideout that will try to do things that his body won’t let him.

Jake Ryan’s injury made the number of players that had an ACL tear stand at seven. That’s a huge number before a single preseason game has started.

Mike Pettine’s defense stresses versatility from the safety position and that’s exactly what Kenny Vaccaro exudes.

Mike McCarthy only got a one-year extension this past winter from Packers president/CEO Mark Murphy and now Brian Gutekunst has the power to hire or fire a new head coach.

Can Geronimo Allison lock down the No. 3 receiver job by keeping Trevor Davis, Michael Clark and the trio of rookies at bay?

Yet, Blake Martinez remains in the shadows because he’s a lunch pail guy that doesn’t do anything flashy.

Le’Veon Bell has been a constant thorn in the Steelers’ financial side. 

After Carson Wentz’s second season there have been a lot of comparisons to Aaron Rodgers.

First it was what Kirk Cousins was putting on his grill. Now it’s Jay Cutler starring in a reality TV show. 

ESPN ranked the NFL backfields and the Packers checked in at No. 24.

It will be done to kick off training camp on July 26 with an exclamation point.

Is too much communication really a good thing?

If Randall Cobb is out for an extended amount of the preseason, that puts the timing with Aaron Rodgers and the rest of the receivers at a disadvantage.  

Tramon Williams may not win the defensive MVP, but he is that unit’s Most Important Player.

The Packers have been a team that has been synonymous with value for a long time.   

With running backs being so hard to keep on the field, the Packers easily have the best running back depth in the NFL — and many in the league aren’t even aware of it.

If Aaron Rodgers can stay healthy, the Packers are not only talented; they are the most talented team in the NFC North.

DeShone Kizer is getting the restart that his career desperately needs.   

We know why the Packers didn’t place a higher priority on edge rusher in the draft or via free agency.  

There is an inherent difference between what a ref sees in live game action vs. what someone sees in a frame-by-frame replay.

Clay Matthews has a reputation as a dynamic playmaker, which is why he’s been coined as the “Claymaker.”

Now head coach Mike McCarthy and offensive coordinator Joe Philbin don’t have to worry about that question as much because Jimmy Graham can be the Packers’ No. 3 receiver.  

The Packers new defensive coordinator is stepping into a tough situation. In the last seven seasons, the Packers have been ranked an average of 20th in total defense.  

With shorter attention spans and 200-channel TV lineups, sports gambling no longer needs sports as much as sports needs gambling.  

The moment Bryan Bulaga gets cut is the moment Aaron Rodgers’ asking price goes up by a few dollars.