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5 Green Bay Packers Who Could Make The Pro Bowl In 2014

5 Green Bay Packers Who Could Make Pro Bowl in 2014

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The Green Bay Packers enter the 2014 season as one of the favorites to make it out of the NFC and win the Super Bowl. Their offense is unrelenting, and their defense is improving. Barring any sort of injury and of course, a Super Bowl berth, these five players could and should make the Pro Bowl this season.

5. Eddie Lacy

Eddie Lacy
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5. Eddie Lacy

Eddie Lacy
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The Packers finally have a powerful workhorse in the backfield to take the pressure off of Aaron Rodgers, and his name is Eddie Lacy. The 2013 Rookie of the Year carried the workload for the Packers last year after they were forced to deal with the revolving door at quarterback. With Aaron Rodgers healthy this season, I would expect his numbers to improve.

4. Sam Shields

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4. Sam Shields

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I feel like I need to have at least one defensive player on this list, so why not pick the top corner on the team, Sam Shields? The Packers felt that he was important enough to sign him to a four-year, $39 million contract this offseason. He will be lining up against some of the best receivers in the league on a week-to-week basis, and if he's up to the challenge, he should make the Pro Bowl.

3. Randall Cobb

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3. Randall Cobb

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If Randall Cobb can stay healthy for the entirety of the season, he could very well catch 100 balls from Aaron Rodgers this season. He is one of the most explosive players in the league, and when plays break down, he's the guy Rodgers looks to in order to make a play.

2. Jordy Nelson

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2. Jordy Nelson

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He's the No. 1 receiver on one of the most explosive offenses in the NFL. That should be enough of an argument for him to make the Pro Bowl this season. He's the master of the sideline catch, and his rapport with Rodgers is unmatched.

1. Aaron Rodgers

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1. Aaron Rodgers

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Do I really need to tell you why? He's arguably the best quarterback in the NFL, and if he's healthy, he will be in the Pro Bowl this season.