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Green Bay Packers planning on increasing speed of offense

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If any of the teams slated to play the Packers during the 2015 NFL season, particularly those in Green Bay's NFC North rivals, have been listening to reports coming out of the Wisconsin franchise's training camp this week they may be a little worried.

That's because, according to ESPN's Dianna Marie Russini, 2014's most dominant offense is actually planning on giving their stars even more opportunities to score points in the upcoming season.

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Per Russini, Packers coaches are actively working on speeding up the team's offense and plan on showcasing that facet of their game in tonight's preseason opener against the New England Patriots.


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The thought of more no-huddle play from Aaron Rogers and co. is a truly ominous one for those head coaches looking to figure out a way to beat the early Super Bowl favorites this season.

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The Packers led the entire league in points scored per game last year (30.4) despite ranking 24th out of 32 in total offensive players throughout the season.

If Green Bay can find a way to increase the number of times Aaron Rodgers has the ball in his hands per game, and give the defense less time to organize against him, there could be even more high scoring games coming to Lambeau Field over the next couple of months.

With Jordy Nelson, Randall Cobb, Eddie Lacy, Davante Adams and even highly touted WR Ty Montgomery as targets it certainly sounds like the Packers are going to be a fun team to watch for the neutral.

Packers fans: Who will get more yards and touchdowns in 2015, Nelson or Cobb? Have your say in the comments below...

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