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    Params: post, 399553, a:1:{i:0;s:532:"Interesting "scoreability". But how does that translate into points? The Packers are the highest-scoring team in the league at 32.9 points per game, rank third in passing yards per game (323.4) and fourth in total yards per game (423.3). Individually, Rodgers leads the league in completion percentage (71.5), touchdown passes (20) and passer rating (125.7) and ranks third in yards (2,372). Plus, the Packers have 7-0 to back it up and they've played New Orleans and Atlanta, two teams considered major contenders for the playoffs.";}, 1470665447, 1472310909
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