Notes: The offensive and defensive averages reflect where the Packers finished in the rankings on each side of the ball. They ranked third in total yards per game, third in passing yards, seventh in rushing yards and tied for eighth in points. On defense, they ranked 25th in yards allowed, 24th against the pass, 25th against the run and tied for 24th in points allowed. ...The Packers got better performance out of their 2013 draft class than they did from their 2012 class, which had only one player (Daniels) ranked better than 30th. The other second-year player in the top 20 (Boykin) was undrafted. … With six unrestricted free agents among the top 20, there will be some difficult decisions to make, and that group doesn’t even include DT B.J. Raji (who was 27th in the rankings).