Aaron Rogers and his potential “last dance”, Justin Jefferson’s standout 2020, the Justin Fields era in Chicago and Dan Campbell’s Detroit Lions kneecap. Sky Sports NFL Announces NFC North Ahead Of New Season
Talk time is almost over and the 2021 NFL season is just around the corner. And as we get closer to the start of the game, the Sky Sports NFL writers break down all eight divisions, from key players to the biggest acquisitions.
In the meantime, let’s take a look at the contenders – here we cover last season’s MVP Aaron Rogers, his packers from Green Bay and the rest of NFC North …
Main coach: Matt Lafler
Key person: Just when you thought Aaron Rogers He couldn’t get better, in 2020 he made a record 48 touchdown assists, raised his second-best passing rating (121.5) and led the Packers 13-3 for the second straight season. He was named MVP for the third time and voted for the ninth time in the Pro Bowl. He’s funny.
Despite his off-season dissatisfaction, Rogers returned and returned to the team. Is this his last dance with the Packers?
Major additions: The return of outstanding left-hand selector David Bakhtiari after suffering an ACL injury on the last day of 2020 should be seen as a major boost – sorely lacking in the postseason – but another big change to the attacking line is the addition of a fresh start. center, second round pick Josh Myers…
Rogers gets back one of his former favorites. Randall Cobbwho returns after a couple of seasons in Dallas and Houston, and another external weapon peaked in the third round Amari Rogers… Green Bay used his first-round pick as a full-back Eric Stokeswho would ideally replace veteran Kevin King – we all remember King’s disastrous performance in the NFC Championship – but the rookie hasn’t gotten there yet.
Last season: This was supposed to be their year. 13-3 in Lafler’s second season. Rogers MVP. No 1 seed. Won six games in a row before entering the postseason. Has the most points in the regular season (31.8 per game).
But this did not happen. Tom Brady and company came to Lambo Field and broke their hearts and handed them their second consecutive NFC defeat.