If you can name more than two wideouts from the Aaron Rodgers’ receiving corp this season, you might be considered a hardcore fan in certain circles. While he isn’t quite the transcendent quarterback that he once was, the Packers’ front office has exacerbated that problem a bit by not providing him with the ideal supporting cast.
This past offseason, Green Bay infamously overlooked one of the deepest wide receiver Draft classes in favor of trading up for quarterback Jordan Love. And for that reason, Rodgers and the Packers don’t evoke the level of fear that most 13-3 teams that were one game shy of a Super Bowl do.
As long as an offense is anchored by the likes of Rodgers, Davante Adams, and Aaron Jones, it promises to be an offense capable of scoring points at at least an average level.
The defense has probably surpassed the offense at this point in time. That’s something we haven’t been able to confidently make an argument for since the Clay Matthews, Charles Woodson days.
Should the Green Bay Packers have any intent on returning Rodgers to his second Super Bowl, it’s going to need some top notch play on both ends. With that in mind, here are three things to watch for throughout the rest of training camp.