Meet the 2013 Green Bay Packers
The Green Bay Packers travel to San Francisco to play the 49ers in their season opener.
Here's a quick look at the projected starters and other key players, with some interesting facts and ways to interact with your favorite players.
Aaron Rodgers, QB
Did you know?: Has been sacked 211 times in 85 games.
Stat: Career passer rating of 104.9 is No. 1 in NFL history.
Eddie Lacy, RB
Did you know?: Packers haven't had a 1,000-yard rusher since 2009.
Stat: Ran for 1,322 yards and 17 TD at Alabama last year.
Jermichael Finley, TE
Did you know?: Has fumbled twice in his career.
Stat: Set single-season franchise record for catches by a tight end with 61 in 2012.
James Jones, WR
Did you know?: Averages 38.8 yards per game receiving for his career.
Stat: Led NFL with 14 TD catches in 2012.
Jordy Nelson, WR
Did you know?: Has caught over 50 passes once in five seasons.
Stat: Ranks No. 2 in the NFL with 22 TD catches since 2011
Randall Cobb, WR
Did you know?: Has a 39.6 quarterback rating off of one career pass attempt.
Stat: Set franchise single-season record with league-high 2,342 combined net yards in 2012.
David Bakhtiari, OL
Did you know?: Played lacrosse in high school and tennis recreationally.
Stat: Allowed 2½ sacks and one pressure at Colorado in 2012.
Josh Sitton, OL
Did you know? First Green Bay guard to be selected to Pro Bowl since Marco Rivera in 2004.
Stat: According to STATS LLC, has allowed 8½ sacks in four seasons as a starter.
Evan Dietrich-Smith, OL
Did you know?: Was stomped on by Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh on Thanksgiving Day, 2011.
Stat: Took over as the starting center for the final two regular-season games and both postseason contests in 2012.
T.J. Lang, OL
Did you know?: Will start at right guard in 2012, making it the fourth on the line he has started at (27 at LG, five at RT, two at LT).
Stat: 31 starts over the past two seasons are the most by a Packers offensive lineman.
Don Barclay, OL
Did you know?: Made NFL debut on special teams as a member of the kickoff return unit.
Twitter: Started the final four regular-season games and both playoff games at right tackle last year.
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