Green Bay Packers Analysis
We discuss the Packers' roster and upcoming season with Mike Tanier, who agrees with us that the Packers should be a top Super Bowl contender this year, barring another major slate of injuries.
Aaron Rodgers is one of the best quarterbacks in the league and now it’s come time to pay him like it. Careful planning will be required to give Rodgers the money he deserves and maintain the cap flexibility to continue building a strong team.
B.J. Raji is a big man with a big contract coming to him, but how much is he really worth? Is Raji the terror of the 2010 playoff run and 2013 wildcard game against the Vikings; or his the movable object of 2011 and during the loss to the 49ers?
It’s clear that the Packers need to work on their offensive line this offseason. What is not clear is where those fixes need to happen. Should the team target tackle or someone for the interior of the line? Do they need multiple starters or backups?
Devin tags back in for part 4 of our continuing series on the biggest need for the Packers this offseason. With the probable loss of Greg Jennings looming and retirement of Donald Driver, the Packers clearly need to add depth to the WR position.
The Packers' are a draft and develop team, meaning that a large number of players need to improve each year in order for the team to continue to be successful. As such, there are plenty of nominees for this year's most improved player award.
With all the turmoil on the Packers roster throughout the 2012 season, there are only a handful of candidates for the team's season MVP. In a way, the case for each is defined by the presence (or lack thereof) of players around them.