3. Green Bay Packers
The Bears may have lacked the on-field production, but the Green Bay Packers do not. Still, they only rank third because of their 3-4 alignment.
The Packers have a lot of production from both of their ends. Mike Daniels played in every game for the fourth time in as many seasons. And at only 28, he should have another solid season of clogging lanes and getting into the backfield. Another plus of Daniels is his 310-pound frame, as it allows him to line up across the line.
On the opposite side of Daniels sits Kenny Clark. Clark finished his rookie campaign playing every game and even starting in two. However, this offseason is his first official one, as in college he was required to finish classes before he could join the team. That alone should help propel him up towards the level of play that the Packers get from Daniels.
The nose tackle position should be split between Letroy Guion and new addition, Ricky Jean Francois. Both of these options have plenty of seasons under their belt and should allow for some amazing consistency from the position all year. The best result for the Packers would be both players competing with each other, resulting in getting the best out of them both.