April 18, 2024

The Green Bay Packers will face different challenges in the 2024 NFL season. The expectations for the Packers are undoubtedly going to be higher this time around. Jordan Love shown that he can handle the business beneath center. He’s not Aaron Rodgers yet, but he’s shown that he’s a quarterback with the potential to be a true franchise cornerstone. In other words, the Packers have become a household name. Sean Rhyan, a Green Bay guard, believes it is past time for the rest of the NFL to pay close attention to his team.

“I think as a whole, and I think everyone saw it, we were grooving, moving, having a good time out there, so next year is going to be real exciting,” Sean Rhyan, the team’s guard, said. “I think everyone’s kind of interested in what the Green Bay Packers are going to be like next year, and all I can say is, ‘Get ready.'”

 

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Green Bay Packers Poised to take the Next Step  in 2024

When Rodgers and the Packers parted ways in the offseason of 2023, many believed it would mark the beginning of the NFC North division franchise’s demise. Instead, the Packers performed better in the 2023 season than in Rodgers’ final year in Green Bay. In 2022, the Packers finished 8-9 and missed the playoffs. With Love as a full-time starter, the Packers finished 9-8 and even embarrassed the Dallas Cowboys in the NFL playoffs before being beaten by eventual NFC champions the San Francisco 49ers in the divisional round.

Despite the setback to the Niners, the Packers have set a higher standard for themselves moving ahead. With Love now having a season of experience as a starter, Green Bay is expected to be a much more dangerous squad by 2024. It remains to be seen whether the Packers can take that next step, but it is an exciting prospect for their fans, to say the least.

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