Packers Are Super No. 3: It's Aaron-Squared

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Packers Are Super No. 3: It's Aaron-Squared
Packers Are Super No. 3: It's Aaron-Squared

Bill HuberNov 17, 2019 Note: With an 8-2 record at the bye, the Green Bay Packers are a prime contender to be playing in Super Bowl LIV on Feb. 2 in Miami. This is part of a six-part series – three on why the Packers will get to the Super Bowl and three on why they will fall short. As long as Aaron Rodgers is healthy and on top of his game, the Packers have a chance to beat any opponent, anywhere. Add in one of the game's top counterpunchers, running back Aaron Jones, and the Packers look doubly dangerous as they enter the stretch run to an unexpectedly strong season. If you need a reminder of the power of Rodgers, look no further than 2016. Despite a wide receiver playing running back, an injury-ravaged

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