Allen Lazard: We’re the No. 1 offense, we’re not worried who’s on the other side

The Packers ended the regular season and led the league. The Rams were the best team in the league in terms of yards and points allowed.
Defense wins championships may be the cliché, but Green Bay's offense prevailed in the divisional round.
The Packers won 32-18 behind 484 yards of attack - most of the Rams surrendered year-round. The previous high was 390.
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Broad receiver Allen Lazard, who had a 58-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter, made it seem like this was the expectation.
"We are the No. 1 offense," Lazard said of Ryan Wood of the Green Bay Press-Gazette. "We're not really concerned about who's on the other side of the ball. We know who we have."
Who they have is the likely MVP of the league in Aaron Rodgers. The quarterback finished the 23-of-36 race for 296 yards with two TDs passing and a quick touchdown.
And now the Packers will host either the Saints or the Buccaneers for the NFC championship game next week.
Allen Lazard: We're number one in crime. We don't worry about who, on the other hand, originally appeared on Pro Football Talk
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