saint13_old
Lets look at the numbers:

2005 points allowed: 344 (scored 298) record 4-12
2006 points allowed: 366 (scored 301) record 8-8
-the record doesn't coincide with the points allowed and scored at all.

The Packers were 26th in points allowed per game []. Yes they did improve in other catergories such as sacks, ints, and forced fumbles. But until they can actually use those improvements to allow fewer POINTS, then IMO their defense has a long way to go.
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thesportsguy1014
The defense had to have improved, we signed the star studded Marquand Manuel last year. That man single handily carried that secondary on his back for all of those 8 wins. I wouldn't be surprised if Ted gave him like a 10 year extension at about 10 million a year. You heard right 10 mil per year. If only everyone else would pick up the slack, we could have been 16 and 0!
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iansportsdude
numbers arent everything. The packers defense stepped up when they had to. They won some close games. If you remember in 05, they blew out NO like 57-3 or something like that. And then lost a bunch of close games. This year, they got blown out by NE, NYJ, and CHI. Creating a large gap between points scored and points allowed. But overall I think the defense has improved. They created more turnovers, got more pressure on the QB and made most stops when they needed them.
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