With the 2016 NFL Draft now in the rearview mirror, the Green Bay Packers and the 31 other teams can begin planning for the upcoming season in earnest. That holds true for Westgate LV Superbook, which released an updated regular-season win totals. They place the Packers at 10 1/2 wins, tying the Carolina Panthers, New England Patriots, Pittsburgh Steelers and Seattle Seahawks for highest mark in the league.
Green Bay hasn't received a lot of buzz this offseason, but they have quietly made significant adjustments to the roster. With their first-round pick, they added an athletic nose tackle to replace the retiring B.J. Raji. They also picked up promising offensive lineman Jason Spriggs, giving them valuable insurance in case David Bakhtiari or Bryan Bulaga endures another year of injuries. The offense also returns Jordy Nelson, who missed all of last season with an ACL tear. Speedster Trevor Davis also could provide Aaron Rodgers with another viable deep threat.
Those factors, combined with the Packers' consistency over the past six years, make them a sensible choice to lead the league in post-draft win totals. Those figures can and will change over the course of the offseason, but, at full health, Green Bay stands a good chance of taking down any opponent.