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The 2023 Green Bay Packers hit the franchise's low point in more ways than one. Besides losing thirteen games, they lost their long-time GM James Paronne. Not at all a good year by any stretch of the imagination. These Packers scored a franchise low 212 points. Team passing did not reach 3000 yards for the season.  As a team, the Packers scored only ten TDs in the air against 22 interception thrown. They rushed for only 6 TDs and averaged under 87 yards per game as a team. Having possession of the ball slightly over 21 minutes per game gave them time to only move the ball for 259 yards each game. Getting the ball into the red zone only 37 times over the course of the season resulted in only 11 TDs and 10 FGs. Simply an ineffective offense this season just about sums it up.

Defensively, the Packers were only a little better. Twenty three points per game allowed was middle of the pack and 328 yards let up wasn't the worst but definitely not close to the top. While only allowing their opponents in the red zone 32 times on the season, these opponents did score on 97% of those chances. They let opposing QBs throw for an 84.38 rating and scored only twice on turnovers. Taking the ball away just 20 times resulted in a minus seven total in the turnover rate for the year.

Individually, no QB had even a 70 rating. None of the backs or receivers achieved 1000 yards. HB C.J. Spiller led all players with a meager 4 TDs. No receiver in the team top ten had more TDs than drops. Only one offensive lineman could claim a better than 20 to 1 pancake to sack ratio. The Special Teams didn't score this season and the kickoffs only registered 1 touchback.

The defense didn't have a player get even 10 sacks. Three picks led this team. And no one batted away as many as 20 opponents passes. None of the other stats were impressive either.

The Packers scored more than 20 points only two times this season The Packers couldn't score even 7 points in a game 6 times. The season ended with one FG worth of points in the final two games combined.

At least this gives the Packers a very realistic chance to do better next season. As they say "it can't get much worse".


OFFSEASON

The first move that the Packers made was hire Alex Donald as the new GM. The new Packers GM is looking to lead the Pack into a new era reminicent of  their glory years in the 60's. Championships are the goal.

GM Donald worked all offseason to improve this Packers team. His biggest bargaining chip was the second overall draft pick. Once it became clear that the Texans were going to select QB Aundre Brooks with the top pick, Donald decided neither DE Jadaveon Clowney nor CB Justin Grant could have the immediate impact that a top flight CB can have in this league. While either player would be an excellent addition to the Packers, Donald decided to see how much he could get by trading pick 1.2.

His first move was trading down in the second round. Pick 2.2 went to Pittsburgh in exchange for pick 2.17 and speedy WR Jacoby Jones. Jones will be expected to provide the deep threat the Packers have been lacking and give second year WR Wayne White more room to use his 6'5" frame. As big as he is, White does not possess true top tier speed.

 Then Donald made the big move trading 1.2 and 2.17 to the Bengals for former Packers CB Morris Claiborne and FS Michael McKinley. Claiborne is near the top of the league as a CB and has plenty of years left in his career. The hope is that he will ease the pressure on second year CB David Murphy and hopefully help Murphy become a force at corner. McKinley is seen as the probable starter at FS as Roman Free is near the end of his career and contract and the young  Peter Jacobs isn't quite ready to be a starter.

The Packers third pick had been previously traded for WR Marvin McNutt. Donald saw McNutt's numbers and shipped him off to Tennessee for a fourth round pick. This cleared up more cap space that was needed to accomodate the large salaries of the young nucleus Donald had inherited.

Donald ran into a huge problem while trying to resign some of the players whose contracts had expired. Many decided that they no longer wanted to play in Green Bay any more. Refusing to sign even when no other team offered anything, RG Andre Smith, SS Joe Lefeged, C Linwood Dowe, and WR Brandon Lafell still decided to try their luck from the unemployment line. Better news came when the Bengals decided to not match the Packers offer to Hb Mark Ingram. This move has made C.J. Spiller expendable if Donald could find a buyer. Spiller is in the last year of his contract and is nearing the twilight of his career. The cap space would be helpful too.

The first round of free agency found the Packers looking to shore up the Oline. Having the winning offer for both LT Sam Young and RG Quincy Williams, Donald felt both were capable of starting and had simply not been given a chance to start earlier in their careers. While looking to move K Vic Powell's big contract, Donald had the top offer for young K Eddie Noble. Noble has a strong leg but needs work on his accuracy.

Next up was the draft. The Packers tried but were unsuccessful in getting any picks in the first three rounds. So, their first pick in the fourth round was LG Lewis Kelly. A 6'6", 327 lb lineman from Notre Dame, Kelly brings good blocking skills and decent strength and may start in the future but is seen as depth for now.

The next pick found LT Deantwan Nalen. Nalen is also 6'6" and 325lbs from Kansas State. He lacks some in strength but has good speed and acceleration. He can also see starting time after some work in training camp.

The Packers pick in the 5th round brought DT Marvin Bates from Michigan State. Bates is seen mostly as roster filler making less than DT Chris Neild who was cut to make cap room for Ingram.

With P  Zoltan Mesko getting cut for cap room, the Packers chose P Cato Sheldon from Syracuse. Shelton is currently the only punter under contract so it's assumed he will make the squad despite rumors that he hasn't shown the leg strength nor the accuracy the Packers had predicted.

Post draft free agency found the Packers bidding on four but only signing three. The first was WR Malcom Sanders who brings decent speed to a team that lacks it. MLB Vontaze Burfict comes in with a chance of starting despite his lack of experience. The whisperings say that the Packers may be switching to a 3-4 set. The third signing of K Eugene Bennett has some scratching their heads. This undrafted rookie must have shown something no one saw at the combine? Maybe the Packers are just trying to corner the market on kickers.


TRAINING CAMP

With so many young players ( more than half the roster is under 26), the Packers have plenty of players who would benefit from an excellent camp. How could a faster 6'2"CB like former first overall pick David Murphy not be a great help to turn this team around? Former second overall pick, Wayne White would be more dangerous with more speed too. A quick scan of the possible depth chart shows as many as 9 or 10 players that may be starters at non line positions. Except for QB, which of these players wouldn't benefit from a boost to their speed or quickness? GM Donald has brought in a college track coach to try and show these players how to increase their running ability. Being a former QB himself, Coach Manning will be paying special attention to the three Packers QBs. Everything from reading defenses to drills for strengthening their throwing arms, Manning should have a few tips that will improve their abilities. A strength and conditioning coach could help the young linemen get stronger which would help them in their quest to become an RZL starter. Of course Donald might put in a call to former Packer and experienced steroid user, Tony Mandarich. His carefully monitored recipes may give the boost that most players crave. Probably not going to happen as Donald is a new GM and such drastic improvements may bring some unwanted scrutiny.

As training camp comes to a close, the preseason will play a big role in determing starters at some positions. While the secondary looks to have some clear cut starters, the linebackers do have some questions. If the Packers do switch to the 3-4, aside from Ogletree, the other three spots have six players angling for them. Bruce Irvin has speed but lacks strength where Andy Santiago has decent strength but little speed. Nico Johnson has better awareness where Vontaze Burfict has quickness. Brandon Spikes has height and strength whereas Nate Irving has more speed and quickness. Should be an interesting battle.

HB has newcomer Mark Ingram trying to take the starting spot from veteran C.J. Spiller. Spiller has a speed advantage but Ingram brings a stronger running style that Donald seems to like. The Oline has RT Trent Williams as a lock and RG Quincy William and LT Sam Young as probable starters. The two other spots have too many candidates to mention.

Lastly, QB is the most important position without a clear cut starter. Philip Thompson has much more experience and better accuracy but is 4 years older than Juwon Knight who was just signed to a new 7 year contract. Thompson appears to be the logical choice but his name was tossed about during trade talks this offseason.


2024

The Packers have certainly improved their team. The big question is by how much. Claiborne will help as a player and could be the best thing to happen to David Murphy. Claiborne may be worth 1 if not more games just by himself. The linebackers have definitely added speed and could be worth another game if they react correctly and don't hesitate. The defensive line should be able to cause enough ruckus to allow the faster linebackers to make some plays. The big key defensively has to be the secondary and with their new leader, the defense will be much better.

The offense is where improvement is really needed. Losing two solid veteran linemen will hurt. Can the new free agents be able to give the QBs enough time to throw some longer passes to Jones and Sanders in their attempts to stretch the field? The receivers are shorter but much faster. And the combo of Ingram and Spiller should be better than just Spiller alone. Using HB Jacob Carroll with his speed at either HB or WR and at kick returning may help him to grow and help in that variety of ways.

The special teams both added and subtracted as a whole. With P Mesko gone, the punting duties fall to the rookie Sheldon. Sheldon at this stage is no where close to being the punter Mesko is. KR Jacob Carroll should be a bit better with a year under his belt. Look for him to run back at least one kickoff. Vic Powell is still here, so if he is the kicker of choice, things should not be much different than before. Kickoffs will likely see more touchbacks but the inexperience of both Noble and Bennett may show up with a few not so good kicks. Both have bigger legs than Powell but the accuracy comes with experience.

It's difficult to predict an outcome for a whole season. The Packers have upgraded in a few spots and maybe fell back in a couple. The easy prediction is that they will win more than 3 games. A safe prediction is that they will not make the playoffs this year. How about we say 6-8 wins and improved offensive numbers.

Playoffs in '25.

 
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2023 Green Bay Packers
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Packers Training Camp 2022


2021 Year in Review

What the hell happened in Title Town last year? Nothing good. The Packers finished 4-12 and ended up with the 3rd overall pick; the thing is, they no longer had that pick and ended up with #32 overall. 2021 was a year to forget. The Pack lost 7 of their last 8 and the last 4 to end the season. QB Philip Thompson took a major step backwards. WE Brandon LaFell had an all pro year and CB’s Morris Claiborne and Chas Poston held their own. DT Corey Wooten and DE Torell Troup played very well The rest of the team was bad.

Coaching Staff

James Paronne was retained as the GM.
Rex Ryan was retained as the HC.
Jon Gruden was retained as the OC, but then stolen by the NY Jets.
Long time great WR Donald Driver was then hired as the new OC.
Dre Bly was hired as new DC.
Jerry Rosburg was retained as the ST.
TS Atlas Workout Studios was retained as the Training Staff.

Pricing

Tickets
Upper Level $59
Upper Endzone $53
Lower Level $71
Club Seats $135
Luxury Boxes $7,500

Concessions
Polish Sausage $4
Fried Cheese Curds $6
Bratwurst $5
Popcorn $5
Pop $5
Coffee $5

Merchandise
Programs $8
Hats $18
Jerseys $43
Bobble Heads $10
Cheese Heads $13

Parking
Grass $13
Stadium Lot $24
Reserved $35
Garage $46
Valet $57

Advertising
Television $0
Radio $0
Print $0
Billboards $0

Trades
Packers Send:
• (5) Packers
• (4) Buccaneers

Bengals Send:
• (4) Bills


Buccaneers Send:
• QB Erik Ainge
• (5) Buccaneers

Packers Send:
• (2) Packers


Packers Send:
• (2) Buccaneers

Cowboys Send:
• WR Marko Mitchell


Dolphins Send:
• SS Joe Lefeged
• LOLB Bruce Irvin
• (5) Dolphins

Packers Send:
• MLB Donald Butler


Packers Send:
• CB Paul Bennett

Buccaneers Send:
• DT Chris Neild
• WR Armando Lite
• (2) Buccaneers

Resigns

Torell Troup and Packers Stay Together
February 21, 2013 12:58 am
It apparently took some effort, but GM James Paronne managed to reach a deal with Torell Troup to resign the DT for another 5 years.
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Roster Movement

8 Offseason Acquisitions

1 K Vic Powell
Giants 99
2 C Lucius Roepke
Lions 96
3 WR Marko Mitchell
Cowboys 92
4 QB Erik Ainge
Buccaneers 91
5 SS Joe Lefeged
Dolphins 87
6 LOLB Bruce Irvin
Dolphins 78
7 WR Armando Lite
Buccaneers 76
8 DT Chris Neild
Buccaneers 76

13 Offseason Losses

1 MLB Donald Butler
Packers 90
2 RE Peria Jerry
Packers 85
3 K Scott Griffin
Packers 85
4 WR Kenny McKinley
Packers 83
5 WR Andrew Means
Packers 81
6 TE Donald Farmer
Packers 80
7 QB Nate Davis
Packers 80
8 HB Lawrence Mitchell
Packers 79
9 CB Paul Bennett
Packers 79
10 WR Phil Jones
Packers 79
11 MLB Irving Davis
Packers 77
12 K Francis Rawls
Packers 74
13 SS Ubano Jean
Packers 66


Not Resigned
MLB Irving Davis
HB Lawrence Mitchell
TE Donald Farmer
QB Nate Davis

Restructured

N/A

Defensive Workout

ROLB Chester Solomon
+4 Awareness

LOLB Zach Brown
+4 Awareness

DT Torell Troup
+2 Tackle

ROLB Nate Irving
+2 Tackle

Drafted

1.32 DT Sheldon Richardson

4.3 MLB Nico Johnson

4.5 CB Derrick Baker

5.17 LE Alex Okafor

5.32 HB Bernard Pierce

6.3 WR Vick Allen

7.3 WR Donnie Smith


2022 Training Camp

After a year like last year, there are two ways to go about training camp. You can either work them until they puke or you can take it easy on them and hope they do not overwork themselves. Which way would former great HC Vince Lombardi choose? Correct. The 2022 Green Bay Packers training camp is going to be boot camp. All players will be grouped together. The one thing HC Rex Ryan wants is team unity. The best way to do this is to push them all as a group. Former members of Seal Team 6 will be brought in this year. The Packers are going to be put through a 5 week boot camp.

Each day will begin at 5 am. The day will being with a 10 mile run in full gear. After this run is complete, players will come back and eat breakfast. Then they will go to morning meetings and film study. After this they will break for lunch. After lunch, they will go through an obstacle course. They all have to complete the course in under 3:35. If even one of them fails to complete it in this time, they will all have to run 20 miles. After the obstacle course is completed, they will break for dinner. After dinner, they will have film study and meetings again. After this it is bed time. The next day they will repeat. This camp is going to make men out of these players and will make them the most fit team in RZL.

Training Camp Points

QB Philip Thompson
+1 THP
+1 THA

CB Morris Claiborne
+1 Speed
+1 Acc.

LOLB Bruce Irvin
+1 Speed

2022 Outlook

After a down year in 2021, the Packers have lowered their goals for 2022. Their main goal is to be competitive. Their second goal is to reach .500. After being well under .500 in 2 out of the last 3 years, the
Packers are humbled. Their last goal is to build towards the future. They want to bring back the championship to where it belongs. Title Town.

Team Captains

QB Erik Ainge
CB Morris Claiborne
MLB Chester Solomon

2022 Roster

Defense

RCB
Morris Claiborne (90)
Vance Cuff (69)

NCB
Derek Dray (76)

FS
Roman Free (85)
Cody Grimm (79)

SS
Joe Lefeged (87)
Eddie Whitley (78)

LCB
Chas Poston (90)
Derrick Baker (71)

ROLB
Chester Solomon (86)
Nate Irving (80)
Jack Freeman (69)

MLB
Mike McLaughlin (77)
Nico Johnson (77)

LOLB
Zach Brown (81)
Bruce Irvin (78)
Andy Santiago (73)

RE
Charles Wright (79)

RDT
Sheldon Richardson (83)
Chris Neild (76)

LDT
Torell Troup (87)
Alameda Ta'amu (79)
Colin Blackford (70)

LE
Corey Wootton (91)
Richard Reed (80)
Alex Okafor (78)


Offense

LT
Trent Williams (90)
Lucas Nix (75)

LG
Roger Sanchez (84)
Eric Powell (82)

C
Linwood Dowe (99)
Lucius Roepke (96)
Jay Houston (78)

RG
Andre Smith (99)
Colin Embrey (77)

RT
Gerald Cadogan (92)
Jack Young (72)

WR2
Brandon LaFell (83)
Armando Lite (76)

WR3
Donnie Smith (79)
Chris Rainey (71)

QB
Erik Ainge (91)
Philip Thompson (87)
Juwon Knight (71)

TE
Orson Charles (76)
Kevin Koger (66)

WR1
Marko Mitchell (92)
Vick Allen (76)

HB
C.J. Spiller (89)
Anthony Dixon (78)
Bernard Pierce (73)

FB
Bobby Sturgis (88)
Adam Price (84)

Kickers
K
Vic Powell (99)
P
Zoltan Mesko (89)


Forum Discussion (by J_Paronne on 02/28/2013) Replies - 5 :: Views - 49
Packers in First
After the first half of the season, Madden has slowed down on the ass rape and the Packers are in first place. In spite of numerous injuries.
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Packers 2021 Training Camp


2020 Year in Review

One year after finishing 3-13 and having the #1 overall pick, the Green Bay Packers finished 2020 at 10-6 and tied for the NFC North Title. Sadly, due to stupid tiebreakers, they missed the playoffs, as the Lions backed into the big dance. The Pack went 8-1 in their last 9 games, with their only loss coming against the eventual Superbowl Champion Carolina Panthers. Every player stepped up their game in 2020 after dropping their last 9 and 12 out of 13 games in 2019.

QB Philip Thompson had a career year, throwing 30 TD’s to only 11 Interceptions and nearly 3700 yards. RB C.J. Spiller and WR Brandon LaFell had monster years and the defense gave up 128 points less than the previous year.

While missing the playoffs was hard to accept, the Packers think 2021 is their year. They are the class of the NFC North.

Coaching Staff

James Paronne was retained as the GM.
Rex Ryan was retained as the HC.
Jon Gruden was retained as the OC.
Andy Reid was retained as DC but then left to become the Colts new Head Coach.
D. Pees was hired as new DC.
Jerry Rosburg was retained as the ST.
TS Atlas Workout Studios was retained as the Training Staff.

Pricing

Tickets
Upper Level $59
Upper Endzone $53
Lower Level $71
Club Seats $135
Luxury Boxes $7,500

Concessions
Polish Sausage $4
Fried Cheese Curds $6
Bratwurst $5
Popcorn $5
Pop $5
Coffee $5

Merchandise
Programs $8
Hats $18
Jerseys $43
Bobble Heads $10
Cheese Heads $13

Parking
Grass $13
Stadium Lot $24
Reserved $35
Garage $46
Valet $57

Advertising
Television $0
Radio $0
Print $0
Billboards $0

Trades

Send:
WR David Gettis
Future 1st (GB)
Future 3rd (GB)

Send:
Future 1st (TB)
WR Yamon Figurs




Send:
1.20

Send:
RT Trent Williams

6.15

Resigns

C Linwood Dowe
LOLB Andy Santiago

Cut or not Resigned

ROLB Demarcus Angulo
QB Marco Lofton
RG Jerrod Hurley
RT Shannon Boatman
SS Juan Parker
C Robert Nink

Restructured

MLB Donald Butler


Defensive Workout

MLB Nate Irving
+4 Awareness
+2 Tackle

LE Corey Wootton

+2 Awareness

DT Torell Troup

+2 Awareness
+2 Tackle


Drafted

3.20 FB Adam Price
4.20 LOLB Jack Freeman
5.20 C Jay Houston
6.15 TE Morgan Bell-Not signed
6.20 LE Korey Bruchette-Not signed
6.24 QB Juwon Knight
7.20 SS Ubano Jean

2021 Training Camp

The Packers plan on having their toughest camp ever. They refuse to have a set back, after such a great finish to 2020. HC Rex Ryan has dropped a ton of weight and is going to be an inspiration to all the players. The Packers will be focusing on nutrition, working out and overall health for mind, body and soul. Football drills will not be a part of camp this year. The players will be shown how to eat properly, work out to maximize their potential. They will also go through yoga, insanity, tae bo and meditation workouts.

Billy Blanks is being brought in and will teach Tae bo to the team. The thinking behind this is physical toughness. The coaches feel that if the players feel invincible off the field, that will translate into them feeling invincible on the field.



Shaun T. will be brought in to teach his insanity workout. Everyone feels this workout will make the players lean and mean. This workout is as brutal as they come. Each player is expected to drop anywhere from 3% to 20%(depending on their position) of body fat.



Ron Reid & Meenakshi of Downward Dog Yoga Centre, Toronto are being brought in to teach yoga and mediation. Flexibility is an important part of every athlete's training. The more flexible they are the less chance they have of getting hurt.



Lastly, Richard Simmons will be brought in to teach the team how to correctly eat. You can workout like an animal, but if you don't eat properly, it will do you no good. Each player will be taught to understand what food does what and when is the best time to eat and what foods are best to eat.



Training Camp Points

QB Philip Thompson
+1 THP
+1 THA

CB Morris Claiborne
+1 Speed
+1 Acc.

MLB Donald Butler

+1 Speed

2021 Outlook

The Packers haven't felt this good about a season in many, many years. They think they finally have the franchise QB they have been searching for. They have a veteran offensive line and many big play weapons at the skill positions. On defense they have 2 shutdown cornerbacks and their best linebacking core since GM Paronne took over.

Nothing short of a division title, their first in 4 years, will do for the Pack. Their ultimate goal is a championship and no player or coach will say otherwise, but deep down, everyone involved with this team will be very happy winning the NFC North and getting back in the playoffs. Everything after that is just a blessing.

Team Captains

QB Philip Thompson
CB Morris Claiborne
MLB Donald Butler

2021 Roster

Defense

RCB

Morris Claiborne (88)
Vance Cuff (71)
Paul Bennett (81)
Chas Poston (92)
Derek Dray (74)

FS

Roman Free (89)
Cody Grimm (80)

SS

Eddie Whitley (72)
Ubano Jean (64)

ROLB

Chester Solomon (86)

MLB

Donald Butler (88)
Mike McLaughlin (78)
Nate Irving (71)

LOLB

Zach Brown (77)
Andy Santiago (75)
Jack Freeman (69)

RE

Peria Jerry (87)
Charles Wright (79)

DT

Alameda Ta'amu (77)
Torell Troup (88)
Colin Blackford (69)

LE

Corey Wootton (90)
Richard Reed (78)

Offense

LT

Gerald Cadogan (91)
Lucas Nix (73)

LG

Roger Sanchez (85)
Eric Powell (83)


C

Linwood Dowe (99)
Jay Houston (75)

RG

Andre Smith (99)
Colin Embrey (78)

RT
Trent Williams (91)
Jack Young (69)

WR

Kenny McKinley (82)
Phil Jones (76)
Brandon LaFell (81)
Chris Rainey (68)
Yamon Figurs (96)
Andrew Means (80)

QB

Philip Thompson (89)
Nate Davis (82)
Juwon Knight (68)

TE

Ryan Griffin (79)
Orson Charles (71)
Kevin Koger (64)

HB

C.J. Spiller (90)
Anthony Dixon (79)
Lawrence Mitchell (78)

FB

Bobby Sturgis (87)
Adam Price (81)

Kickers

K

Scott Griffin (85)
Francis Rawls (73)

P

Zoltan Mesko (89)

Forum Discussion (by J_Paronne on 08/22/2012) Replies - 0 :: Views - 47

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At A Glance

PACKERS FRONT OFFICE
GM A_Donald
Head Coach E.Manning
Offensive Coordinator Mike Sheppard
Defensive Coordinator Dre Bly
Special Teams Ronnie Bradford
Salary $179.17M
Cap Penalty $18.54M
Cap Room $1.62M

INJURY REPORT
PLAYER POS OVR LENGTH
Packers Philip Thompson QB 90 Out for season

NFC North
RNK TEAM W-L-T PCT DIV
#3 Vikings Vikings 13-3-0 0.81 6-0
#18 Lions Lions 8-8-0 0.50 3-3
#20 Bears Bears 7-9-0 0.44 2-4
#32 Packers Packers 3-13-0 0.19 1-5

PACKERS SCHEDULE
WK DATE OPPONENT TIME/RESULT
1 Sun vs Rams Rams #30
Lost 3-43
2 Sun at Vikings Vikings #3
Lost 21-34
3 Mon at Seahawks Seahawks #7
Lost 10-14
4 Sun vs Bears Bears #20
Won 24-14
5 Sun at Texans Texans #17
Won 28-21
6 Sun vs Colts Colts #31
Won 31-17
7 Sun vs Buccaneers Buccaneers #1
Lost 26-32
8 Sun at Titans Titans #2
Lost 14-53
10 Sun at Bears Bears #20
Lost 7-16
11 Sun at Lions Lions #18
Lost 24-34
12 Sun vs 49ers 49ers #28
Lost 16-26
13 Sun at Giants Giants #27
Lost 17-20
14 Sun vs Vikings Vikings #3
Lost 6-26
15 Sun vs Jaguars Jaguars #9
Lost 13-17
16 Sat at Cardinals Cardinals #24
Lost 16-20
17 Sun vs Lions Lions #18
Lost 15-16

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