1 - We were division champions yet again, and one of the final 8 teams in the running for the 3rd straight year, something 24 other teams cannot say. 2 - We ended the season of our two biggest rivals. 3 - We were able to remain competitive despite another injury riddled year. 4 - With Casey Hayward's emergence, we are now looking very good at corner for the foreseeable future. 5 - We are sitting better on the offensive line than most people think. Don Barclay was a nice surprise, and we will gain two additional offensive lineman without any offseason acquisitions just from IR returns. 6 - Harris has given us some long-awaited excitement from the RB position and leaves us with some hope there for next year. 7 - We have potentially a lot of money coming off the cap next year, giving us flexibility for FA signings, extensions of Rodgers and Matthews, etc. 8 - Giving up 300+ yards rushing certainly isn't a good thing, but at least makes it glaringly obvious on what we need to ugprade/improve on for next year. 9 - Randall Cobb emerged as a big time WR threat, making Jennings departure much easier. No matter what happens with him, Nelson/Cobb/Jones is still a great #1/#2/#3. 10 - Just like last year, we have potentially 2 complementary draft picks to add to TT's arsenal in the draft and get us sitting good for next year. It's another disappointing end to the season, but there's only 1 team out of 32 that is happy at the end of the season. That's the NFL. There's little question what we need to improve on, we are going to add a great deal of talent just from getting guys back from the IR alone, and there's no reason why we can't be in position to be a Super Bowl contender again next year.