Green Bay Packers: 5 Reasons Titletown will add another Super Bowl

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Green Bay Packers: 5 Reasons Titletown will add another Super Bowl

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People are sleeping on the Green Bay Packers as they open their 2020 NFL Playoff run but this team has all the goods to win Super Bowl 54.

Has there ever been a 13-3 team getting as little buzz as the Green Bay Packers have entering the 2020 NFL Playoffs? It feels as if there is any noise about them as they come off a first-round bye to face the Seattle Seahawks in the Divisional Round, it’s about how Seattle can knock them off or the classic “yeah, but” conversations about why Green Bay isn’t as good as their record says.

It’s true that Aaron Rodgers has looked quite mediocre down the stretch this season, that the Packers were blown out by the NFC’s No. 1 seed, the San Francisco 49ers, in the regular season and that this team hasn’t shown an extra gear to put teams away. And yet, they still won 13 games, handled business in a tough NFC North and ar the No. 2 seed playing at Lambeau Field in the Divisional Round.

Yes, there are some concerns with the Packers. But there are concerns with all eight teams remaining in the 2020 NFL Playoffs. There is no decided juggernaut that doesn’t have a potential path to failure in the postseason. It’s all about what could go right for any of these teams to make a run and win Super Bowl LIV.

So what could go right for Matt LaFleur’s team? Here’s why the Green Bay Packers will win the Super Bowl this season, bringing another Lombardi Trophy to Titletown.
5. Two-headed monster in the backfield

The exploits of Aaron Jones in the 2019 regular season cannot be overstated in how impressive they were. After a couple years of fans crying for Green Bay to start using the UTEP product more often in the offseason, Matt LaFleur obliged this year and the results speak for themselves as he was the NFL’s touchdown leader (non-quarterback category).

Jones tied for the league lead in rushing touchdowns with 16 as he rushed for 1,084 yards on 236 carries, good for 4.6 yards per tote. For good measure, he was also third on the team in receiving with 49 catches for 474 yards and three additional scores.

What makes the Packers running backs even more dangerous is that Jones isn’t the only player to worry about out of the backfield. Jamaal Williams has been a valuable cog in the offense as well, taking 107 carries for 460 yards (4.3 yards per carry) and a touchdown while hauling in 39 receptions for 253 yards and five touchdowns.

The combination of Jones and Williams keeps opposing defenses on their toes consistently as there is no rest for the defense no matter who’s behind or beside Rodgers, both as runners and pass-catchers. That’s a huge weapon to have entering the playoffs.

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