Now that the Packers have made their selections in the 2023 NFL Draft, one big question remains: who’s actually going to be good?
If we’re honest with ourselves, we know most of these draft picks aren’t going to work out. In the best-case situation, as many as five or six could be good NFL players, with maybe two or three from that group getting second contracts with the Packers.
It also stands to reason that there’s a good chance we’ll guess wrong about who it will be. Sure, betting on the top end of the draft is smart, but someone from the high-end group will probably disappoint while someone from later in the draft emerges.
In any case, at least the speculation is over now. Well, the speculation about who they’ll pick. Now it’s time to speculate about who’s actually going to shake out.
Ferentz Believes Van Ness Will Follow Pro Bowler’s Path | Sports Illustrated
Take praise coming from his former head coach with a grain of salt, but Kirk Ferentz thinks the Packers got a good one.
2023 NFL Draft: Six things experts got wrong, including Texans and Seahawks plans, plus the tight ends | CBS Sports
A fun part of the pre-draft process is how much of it is flat out wrong. Here are some of the highlights of wrongness.
NFL Draft 2023 (Non) Grades | Football Outsiders
These are definitely not grades, no sir.
NFL Power Rankings: Who’s up/down after the draft? | NFL.com
The Packers are still flirting with the bottom third of the NFL according to this piece.
Bill would allow 14-year-olds to serve alcohol in Wisconsin | Associated Press
Crucially, this bill is about the 14-year-olds serving the alcohol, not being served, though I bet you could find some takers on the second point in Wisconsin.