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Best/worst case scenario

All Entries in the "Best/worst case scenario" Category

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: 2014 Packers Specialists

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: 2014 Packers Specialists

In our best-case scenario Mason Crosby is named to the Pro Bowl, but in the worst-case scenario, he's back to his old struggles.

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: 2014 Packers Safeties

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: 2014 Packers Safeties

In our best-case scenario, Ha Ha Clinton-Dix is named to the NFL's All-Rookie team, but in our worst-case scenario, Morgan Burnett loses his job in the Packers' starting lineup.

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: 2014 Packers Cornerbacks

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: 2014 Packers Cornerbacks

In our best-case scenario, Sam Shields is named to his first Pro Bowl, but in our worst-case scenario, Tramon Williams loses his long-time grip on a starting job in the Packers secondary.

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: 2014 Packers Inside Linebackers

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: 2014 Packers Inside Linebackers

In our best-case scenario, A.J. Hawk is named to the Pro Bowl. But in our worst-case scenario, Brad Jones loses his hold on a starting job.

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: 2014 Packers Defensive Line

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: 2014 Packers Defensive Line

In our best-case scenario, Raji reverts back to his old Super Bowl XLV form, while in our worst-case scenario, free-agent addition Letroy Guion fails to make the Packers' roster.

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: 2014 Packers Interior Offensive Line

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: 2014 Packers Interior Offensive Line

In our best-case scenario, both Josh Sitton and T.J. Lang are named to the Pro Bowl. But in the worst-case scenario, J.C. Tretter loses out on the starting center job.

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: 2014 Packers Offensive Tackles

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: 2014 Packers Offensive Tackles

In our best-case scenario, David Bakhtiari builds off a promising rookie season. But in the worst-case scenario, Bulaga struggles to come back from a torn ACL.

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: 2014 Packers Tight Ends

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: 2014 Packers Tight Ends

In the best-case scenario, Richard Rodgers leads all Green Bay tight ends in receiving his rookie year. But in the worst-case scenario, Brandon Bostick doesn't even make the Packers' regular-season roster.

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: 2014 Packers Quarterbacks

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: 2014 Packers Quarterbacks

Best-case scenario: Aaron Rodgers wins his second NFL MVP Award. Worst-case scenario: The Packers part ways with veteran backup Matt Flynn.

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: 2013 Packers Defensive Linemen

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: 2013 Packers Defensive Linemen

In our best-case scenario, Datone Jones is able to come up with eight-plus sacks and is a Defensive Rookie of the Year candidate in 2013.

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: 2013 Packers Interior Offensive Linemen

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: 2013 Packers Interior Offensive Linemen

Last year Josh Sitton was named to the Pro Bowl as an injury replacement. In our best-case scenario, it wont' take an injury for Sitton to make the Pro Bowl this year.

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: 2013 Packers Tight Ends

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: 2013 Packers Tight Ends

In the best-case scenario, Jermichael Finley is among the league leaders in receptions, yards and touchdown at his position and is named to his first Pro Bowl

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: 2013 Packers Running Backs

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: 2013 Packers Running Backs

In Eddie Lacy's best-case scenario, he's a 1,000-yard rusher and an NFL Rookie of the Year candidate.

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: 2013 Packers Quarterbacks

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: 2013 Packers Quarterbacks

In Aaron Rodgers' worst-case scenario, 2013 is the year he loses his mobility and he endures another 50 sacks.

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: 2012 Packers Cornerbacks

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: 2012 Packers Cornerbacks

In the best-case scenario, Tramon Williams returns to his 2010 form, but in the worst-case, Davon House's injury keeps him on the sideline for much of 2012.

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: 2012 Packers Inside Linebackers

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: 2012 Packers Inside Linebackers

In the best-case scenario, D.J. Smith makes nearly 150 tackles in 2012. But in the worst-case scenario, it's another disappointing season from A.J. Hawk with few sacks, interceptions and forced fumbles.

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: 2012 Packers Outside Linebackers

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: 2012 Packers Outside Linebackers

In the best-case scenario, Clay Matthews reverts to the player who got 13.5 sacks in 2010. But in the worst-case scenario, Nick Perry plays no better than Erik Walden did a year ago.

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: 2012 Packers Defensive Linemen

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: 2012 Packers Defensive Linemen

In the best-case scenario Jerel Worthy is the next coming of Cullen Jenkins, but in the worst-case scenario, Mike Neal and Anthony Hargrove are remembered more for their suspensions than anything they do on the field.

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: 2012 Packers Interior Linemen

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: 2012 Packers Interior Linemen

In a best-case scenario, Josh Sitton and T.J. Lang are among the best young guards in the NFL, but in the worst-case scenario, age catches up with Jeff Saturday and he performs below expectations.

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: 2012 Packers Tackles

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: 2012 Packers Tackles

In the best-case scenario, Bryan Bulaga makes the Pro Bowl in 2012, but in the worst-case scenario, neither Marshall Newhouse, Derek Sherrod nor anyone else inspires any confidence at left tackle.

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: 2012 Packers Tight Ends

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: 2012 Packers Tight Ends

In a best-case scenario, Finley finally joins the elite tight ends in the NFL, but in the worst-case scenario, Andrew Quarless fails to come back until 2013.

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: 2012 Packers Running Backs

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: 2012 Packers Running Backs

In the best-case scenario, James Starks plays all 16 games and rushes for over 1,000 yards. But in the worst-case scenario, Alex Green can't get back to 100% after last year's torn ACL.

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: 2012 Packers Quarterbacks

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: 2012 Packers Quarterbacks

In a perfect world, Aaron Rodgers is the regular season and Super Bowl MVP in the same year. But in a worst-case scenario, Graham Harrell's poor play has the Packers looking for another backup.

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: Specialists

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: Specialists

From Mason Crosby finally breaking the 80% field goal percentage barrier to Brett Goode having the first bad snap of his career, we take a look at the best and worst possible outcomes for the Packers specialists in 2011.

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: Safeties

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: Safeties

From Nick Collins' fourth consecutive Pro Bowl appearance to the end of Brandon Underwood's time in Green Bay, we take a look at the best and worst possible outcomes for the Packers safeties in 2011.

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: Cornerbacks

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: Cornerbacks

From Tramon Williams leading the NFC in interceptions to the end of Pat Lee's tenure in Green Bay, we take a look at the best and worst possible outcomes for the Packers cornerbacks in 2011.

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: Inside Linebackers

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: Inside Linebackers

From a potential Pro Bowl appearance by either A.J. Hawk or Desmond Bishop to D.J. Smith languishing on the bench, we take a look at the best and worst possible outcomes for the inside linebackers in 2011.

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: Defensive Line

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: Defensive Line

From B.J. Raji's first-ever Pro Bowl berth to another season marred by injury for Mike Neal, we take a look at the best and worst outcomes for the Packers defensive line in 2011.

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: Offensive Line

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: Offensive Line

From a Pro Bowl season by Josh Sitton to T.J. Lang being benched, we look at some of the best and worst possible outcomes for the offensive line in 2011.

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: Wide Receivers

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: Wide Receivers

At one end of the spectrum we take a look at the best-possible season each player on the Packers roster can achieve in 2011. At the other end, we look at what would happen if they fall flat on their face.

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