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The Green Bay Packers’ playoff defeat to the San Francisco 49ers had very few positives to draw from. With that in mind, most of the optimism for the Packers’ uncertain future should be found in edge rusher Rashan Gary.

Gary performed as though a Hall of Fame induction was on the line in a game when Green Bay’s defense only allowed two field goals.

Against San Francisco, the Green Bay Packers showed up on defense.

Rashan Gary of the Green Bay Packers

Rashan Gary of the Green Bay Packers Green Bay Packers’ Rashan Gary #52 reacts after recording a sack against the San Francisco 49ers during the first half of the NFC Divisional Playoff game | Quinn Harris/Getty Images

Green Bay would prefer to forget about this defeat, but it will take a long time for them to forget about it. 

The Packers fought hard all season to earn the NFC’s top seed, a first-round bye, and postseason home-field advantage. They tossed everything away. They may blame it on a poor special teams performance, as well as an offense headed by three-time MVP Aaron Rodgers that only managed to score 10 points.

Green Bay’s defense deserves credit on a night when there were a lot of no-shows.

On that side of the ball, the Packers did a good job. Green Bay kept the 49ers out of the end zone (their lone score came on a blocked punt) and stifled a potent 49ers ground attack. San Francisco gained 106 yards on the ground as a team, albeit at a rate of 3.7 yards per carry. Deebo Samuel carried 10 times for 39 yards while rookie Elijah Mitchell was restricted to 53 yards on 17 attempts.

Jimmy Garoppolo’s life was also made incredibly difficult by the Packers.

Green Bay had him on his tail all night, completing 11 of 19 passes for 131 yards, including a couple key bombs on the game’s closing drive. Garoppolo was sacked four times by the Packers.

Gary finished with two sacks, three quarterback hits, and three tackles for loss out of those four. With 6:15 left in the game, one of those TFLs was a massive run stuff on 4th-and-1 on the Green Bay 19.

Rashan Gary has blossomed into a Green Bay star.

Rashan Gary, LB, Green Bay Packers

Rashan Gary, LB, Green Bay Packers Green Bay Packers’ Rashan Gary #52 reacts after recording a sack during the NFC Divisional Playoff game against the San Francisco 49ers in the first quarter | Stacy Revere/Getty Images

The Packers selected Gary with the 12th overall choice in the 2019 NFL Draft, thinking he would be a project player. 

He was deployed as a run-stuffing defensive end at the University of Michigan, with the primary job of taking up blocks and funneling the ball to his linebackers. As a result, Gary’s pass-rushing stats at Michigan were not very outstanding, especially considering that he was the top overall recruit in his class, according to the 247Sports Composite Rankings. 

Gary was an entirely different player to Green Bay general manager Brian Gutekunst when he watched him play at Michigan. Gary’s speed and agility were seen as a stand-up outside linebacker in Green Bay’s 3-4 style, according to him. Gary’s development took time, and he needed a lot of patience as he mastered a new skill. With that said, he’s gotten better for the Packers year after year, and the 2021 season will undoubtedly be remembered as his breakthrough season.

He had 9.5 sacks to lead the squad, but he also shown some of the run-stopping abilities he was renowned for at Michigan. Gary had a total of 47 tackles, including eight for a loss. 

The playoff game versus the 49ers was his finest achievement for the Packers. He’s always had a strong first step and outstanding quickness on the perimeter, but against San Francisco, he switched into another gear and was practically unblockable.

For Gary, the sky is the limit. 

By far the highest-graded Packer from yesterday’s game, and very potentially the franchise’s face for the next several years.

What a season it was for Rashan Gary. pic.twitter.com/WuJgSZpGZi

— Daire Carragher (@DaireCarragher) January 23, 2022

After Green Bay’s defeat, there wasn’t much nice to say about, so it’s significant that one of Gary’s colleagues, safety Adrian Amos, was delighted to be positive about the rising star. Gary’s historic playoff performance, according to Amos, is only the beginning for him.

According to the team’s website, Amos commented, “He’s a monster.” “Every snap, he plays with a tireless intensity. He comes out to practice because he loves what he does. Because he has the measureables and everything else, the sky is the limit for a person like him. He’ll only keep getting better and better if you put that engine to it.”

Gary has completed all of the phases that the Packers have laid out for him.

From project player to developing pass rusher, he’s come a long way. He went from an up-and-comer to a full-fledged star for Green Bay after that.

Looking forward, his 9.5 regular-season sacks not only demonstrated his ability as a top pass-rushing option, but they also established a benchmark for his future productivity. He’s one of the most explosive and athletic players in the game, and he’s now demonstrated that he can consistently perform at a high level. 

Gary’s floor for the rest of the season needs to be 9.5 sacks.

Of course, it won’t be easy, but he’s already shown to be one of Green Bay’s hardest workers. He’s also just 24 years old, so he’s still quite youthful. He hasn’t even reached the pinnacle of his career, which must be terrifying for opposition quarterbacks.

Gary’s next stage will be to perfect one or two additional pass-rush maneuvers.

He has the quickness and a little shoulder drop. He’s more than capable of bullrushing, and he showed off a nice inside rip against the 49ers. Amos is correct if he can add a spin move or a swim move to his arsenal this summer.

Gary’s potential in Green Bay is really limitless.

ESPN and Pro Football Reference provided the statistics. 

RELATED: Aaron Rodgers Sends Direct Message to Green Bay Packers After Playoff Disappointment: ‘I Don’t Want to Be Part of a Rebuild if I’m Going to Keep Playing’

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