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All’s good in Title Town as long as Aaron Rodgers is still at QB. The Packers’ 2014 season finished in stunning fashion at the NFC Championship Game in Seattle but they’re in great position to get back to that game in 2015. There have been some personnel losses in losing Tramon Williams and Jarrett Boykin to free agency and cutting AJ Hawk. But the Packers are known for building from within and drafting well, so you know they’ve got high hopes for their 2015 draft class. Among their most notable picks include first round safety Damarious Randall from Arizona State, third round wide receiver Ty Montgomery from Stanford, fourth round linebacker Jake Ryan from Michigan, and fifth round quarterback Brett Hundley from UCLA. They’re set at the offensive skill positions with Rodgers, Eddie Lacy (1,139 rushing yards in 2014), Jordy Nelson (1,519 rec yards), and a newly-resigned Randall Cobb (1,287 rec yards). A few other key resignings, including Bryan Bulaga, John Kuhn, and BJ Raji have the Pack set for 2015. The Green Bay Packers operate under head coach Mike McCarthy at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin. The Packers are one of the NFL’s ultimate franchises. Four Super Bowl titles and 11 championships before that have earned the city the moniker “Title Town”. With four consecutive NFC North titles and seven consecutive playoff appearances, the Packers have been in strong contention for some time now with Aaron Rodgers at QB. With Brett Favre before that, the Packers have made the playoffs an impressive 17 of the last 23 seasons. Those go into their 30 playoff appearances all time. 26 former Packers have made the Hall of Fame. Being the last publicly-owned sports franchise in North American sports, you too can own a share of the team. But even if not, make sure to get your Packers tickets from Gold Coast Tickets! 2015 home games include Seattle in a primetime playoff rematch, Kansas City on Monday night, St. Louis, San Diego, Detroit, Chicago, Dallas in another playoff rematch, and Minnesota.