Ranking the Packers’ 2015 Draft Needs

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Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers (12). Kevin Hoffman-USA TODAY Sports


The Packers are pretty set at quarterback. They have the best in the business in Aaron Rodgers, who is having an MVP-type season and continues to raise the bar for quarterback play in the NFL.

Both Matt Flynn and Scott Tolzien‘s contracts expire after this year, but I imagine Green Bay will re-sign both them.

If by chance the Packers don’t re-sign either player, then they’ll need to look to the draft for their next backup quarterback.

Prospects to watch in CFB Bowl games:

  Marcus Mariota (Oregon) in Rose Bowl on Jan. 1st

  Bryce Petty (Baylor) in Cotton Bowl on Jan. 1st

  Jameis Winston (Florida State) in Rose Bowl on Jan. 1st

  Shane Carden (East Carolina) in Birmingham Bowl on Jan. 3rd