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Identifying NFL trends and where the Packers fit in

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The league has gotten smaller and faster.

For years, Green Bay refused to adapt to changing paradigms as the NFL as a whole also resisted change.

But the league is catching on as the college game evolves and the Packers are finally riding the wave after a draft full of crazy athletes, even if some are non-traditional in size.

Peter Bukowski is an award-winning writer, reporter and broadcaster living in New York. He has covered the NFL for Sports Illustrated, USA Today, Bleacher Report, Yahoo!, and many others. His work has been recognized by the Wisconsin Newspaper Association and the Society for Professional Journalists. Peter is a member of the Pro Football Writers of America. He hates your favorite team and makes dumb jokes on Twitter.

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