The one risky move the Packers must make this offseason

Brian Gutekunst, Packers
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With the 2020 NFL offseason beginning to wind down, the Green Bay Packers are one of the most intriguing teams to keep an eye on heading into training camp. After amassing a 13-3 regular season record in 2019 and making a trip to the NFC Championship Game, there are differing opinions of what to expect from them this season.

Some believe they will contend for a Super Bowl appearance once again. Others think they will take a big step back and won’t even win the NFC North.

Aaron Rodgers and company have strong belief that they will be firmly in the mix once again this season. However, the Packers didn’t improve their chances much with their offseason moves.

Heading into the offseason, fans and the media expected Green Bay to focus on improving their offense around Rodgers. Instead, they lost Bryan Bulaga, didn’t draft a wide receiver, and brought in Utah State quarterback Jordan Love in the first round.

All of that being said, there is still one risky move that the Packers must make this offseason. Let’s take a look at which move that should be.

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  1. Come on, man. He’s 31 and hasn’t played football in two full years. And while he was talented before that, he hasn’t had an efficient season since 2014. For your reference, last year Allen Lazard had 477 yards on only 52 targets. Lazard is also only 24. Between Adams, Jones, Lazard, Sternberger, and now AJ Dillon, at best Dez would be 6th on the team in touches. And that’s only if St. Brown (23), MVS (25), and Funchess (26) don’t step up this year. With his age and playing gap, we could legitimately be adding him to be 10th on that offense in touches.

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