NFL Power Rankings: June Edition

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49. <p>Let’s be honest. The Packers really should have faced the Patriots in Super Bowl XLIX. A few new faces that should help them get to the big game this season are rookies Ty Montgomery and Quentin Rollins. Green Bay is a great place for a rookie wideout to make an impact (i.e. Randall Cobb, Davante Adams), so there’s reason to believe that Montgomery will succeed. Often lining up across from Montgomery in training camp will be Rollins, the Miami (Ohio) product that shot up draft boards across the league. Not only is the present bright in Green Bay, but so is the future.</p> <p>To provide security in case Tom Brady’s suspension isn’t reduced, the Patriots signed former Packers quarterback Matt Flynn earlier this month.</p> <p><span style=. NFC North. 2014: 12-4. Green Bay Packers. 3. player

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