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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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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