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Oct 4, 2014; Fort Worth, TX, USA; Oklahoma Sooners defensive tackle Jordan Phillips (80) celebrates a turnover against the TCU Horned Frogs at Amon G. Carter Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

The Packers have all the looks of a Super Bowl team. Of all the craziness to go down in the 2014 playoffs, no team will spend their offseason saying, ‘what if?’ more than Green Bay. There is no reason to panic in Lambeau-Land, however. The Packers feature the league’s most potent passing attacks with a bruising running back on the upswing of his career. They probably have the most talented group of receivers in the league. They feature a defense that has managed to bounce back from a few seasons of mediocrity to once again serve sufficiently given the effectiveness of the team’s offense. There is talent in the secondary and linebacking corps. If there is an area that could be addressed, it’s the depth along the defensive line. In their loss to the Seahawks in the playoffs, Seattle was eventually able to wear down the Packers defense as Marshawn Lynch rumbled them into submission. Granted, this would not be much of a narrative if Brandon Bostick knew his job on onside kick coverage. Nevertheless, Phillips is big and nasty. He has the potential to anchor a defensive line and can play in multiple alignments. B.J. Raji may not be able to rekindle his effectiveness in the middle of the Green Bay defensive line. With that potentially being the case, the Packers take a player who could eventually serve as their next Raji.. Defensive Tackle. Oklahoma. Jordan Phillips. 30. player. 49

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