All Entries Tagged With: "Best/worst case scenarios"

In our best-case scenario Mason Crosby is named to the Pro Bowl, but in the worst-case scenario, he's back to his old struggles.

In our best-case scenario, Ha Ha Clinton-Dix is named to the NFL's All-Rookie team, but in our worst-case scenario, Morgan Burnett loses his job in the Packers' starting lineup.

In our best-case scenario, Sam Shields is named to his first Pro Bowl, but in our worst-case scenario, Tramon Williams loses his long-time grip on a starting job in the Packers secondary.

In our best-case scenario, A.J. Hawk is named to the Pro Bowl. But in our worst-case scenario, Brad Jones loses his hold on a starting job.

In our best-case scenario, Julius Peppers is named to the Pro Bowl in his first season in Green Bay, but in our worst-case scenario, Nick Perry barely receives any playing time.

In our best-case scenario, Raji reverts back to his old Super Bowl XLV form, while in our worst-case scenario, free-agent addition Letroy Guion fails to make the Packers' roster.

In our best-case scenario, both Josh Sitton and T.J. Lang are named to the Pro Bowl. But in the worst-case scenario, J.C. Tretter loses out on the starting center job.

In our best-case scenario, David Bakhtiari builds off a promising rookie season. But in the worst-case scenario, Bulaga struggles to come back from a torn ACL.

In the best-case scenario, Richard Rodgers leads all Green Bay tight ends in receiving his rookie year. But in the worst-case scenario, Brandon Bostick doesn't even make the Packers' regular-season roster.

In a best-case scenario, Eddie Lacy rushes for more than 1,500 in his second season in the NFL. In our worst-case scenarios, veteran DuJuan Harris is a surprise training camp cut.

Best-case scenario: Aaron Rodgers wins his second NFL MVP Award. Worst-case scenario: The Packers part ways with veteran backup Matt Flynn.

In our worst-case scenario, Mason Crosby bottoms out. He can't seem to hit the broad side of a barn with his kicks and is eventually cut.

In our best-case scenario, Morgan Burnett grabs at least five interceptions in 2013 and is named to the first Pro Bowl of his career.

In our best-case scenario, Casey Hayward is able to exceed the six interceptions he grabbed during his rookie season in the NFL.

In our worst-case scenario, A.J. Hawk is replaced in the starting lineup by the end of the Packers' 2013 season.

In our best-case scenario, Datone Jones is able to come up with eight-plus sacks and is a Defensive Rookie of the Year candidate in 2013.

Last year Josh Sitton was named to the Pro Bowl as an injury replacement. In our best-case scenario, it wont' take an injury for Sitton to make the Pro Bowl this year.

In the worst-case scenario for Marshall Newhouse, he becomes the year's biggest surprise cut during training camp.

In the best-case scenario, Jermichael Finley is among the league leaders in receptions, yards and touchdown at his position and is named to his first Pro Bowl

In our best-case scenarios, Randall Cobb finishes with over 100 receptions, Jordy Nelson makes the Pro Bowl and James Jones leads the league in touchdown catches.

In Eddie Lacy's best-case scenario, he's a 1,000-yard rusher and an NFL Rookie of the Year candidate.

In Aaron Rodgers' worst-case scenario, 2013 is the year he loses his mobility and he endures another 50 sacks.