The Green Bay Packers are getting ready for training camp which begins at the end of July. The start of training camp means the preseason will be right around the corner which will start the countdown for the regular season which kicks off for the Packers on September 9.

There has been a lot of talk about the Packers' defense because of it being ranked near the bottom of the league in almost every major category last year. However, with Aaron Rodgers out of action for nine games last year, the Packers offense struggled to score points, which led to the team finishing the 2017 season with a 7-9 record. Now that Rodgers is 100 percent healthy and the Packers bringing back Joe Philbin as the offensive coordinator, the Packers offense has a chance to be on a level fans have yet to see it before.

Here's a look at the bold predictions for the Packers offense in 2018.

Aaron Rodgers throws for 5,000 yards

In the early stages of the 2018 season, Rodgers will eclipse the 40,000-yard mark which will make him the 20th NFL player to reach that feat. And when Rodgers is healthy, it's very likely for him to throw for 4,400 yards despite him averaging just over 3,800 passing yards since becoming the starter in 2008. But this season, Rodgers has something to prove after missing more than half the year with a broken collarbone and he's likely going to play at an MVP level all season long. Losing Jordy Nelson hurts, but Rodgers has an emerging Davante Adams, a reliable Randall Cobb and Jimmy Graham who led all tight ends in touchdown receptions with 10 last year. So Rodgers has the tools to hit the 5,000-yard mark.

Jamaal Williams records 1,500 yards from scrimmage

Last year, Williams posted 818 yards from scrimmage which was the second-best total on the team. And even though the Packers will have a running back by committee approach this season with Williams, Ty Montgomery and Aaron Jones, the BYU alum is arguably the most complete back of the three and he will be a very good target for Rodgers. Williams is not explosive like Jones or versatile like Montgomery, but he can carry the ball 20 times a game and get at least five receptions. It's going to be fun to see him grow in Year Two.

Davante Adams catches 20 touchdown passes

This could be a stretch, but it's something Adams is thinking about achieving. Randy Moss and Jerry Rice are the only two receivers to record 20 touchdowns in the regular season, so Adams would be in a very exclusive group if he can get it done. But when you think about it, Adams has been the best receiver in the NFL the last two seasons when it comes to catching touchdowns passes. Since 2016, Adams has posted 22 receiving touchdowns which leads all NFL players.

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Randall Cobb tallies 1,000 receiving yards

Cobb has posted 1,000 receiving yards before, but it was in 2014. Since then, Cobb has passed 800 receiving yards once and that was in 2015. But that Cobb is still one of the better receivers in the NFL when it comes to catch percentage which was at 71.7 percent last year. If Cobb just gets the targets, he will get to 1,000 yards and it could lead to him getting a big contract extension with the Packers.

Packers will average 37 points per game

When Rodgers won his first MVP award, the Packers averaged 35 points per game which is the third-best total in NFL history. Philbin was the offensive coordinator and he was able to help Rodgers get everyone involved when it comes to scoring points. It should be no different this year because the Packers have solid skill players and Rodgers is still playing at a high level. If the Packers can average 37 points per game, they will likely clinch the No. 1 seed in the NFC.