What to expect from a younger Green Bay Packers receiving corps in the upcoming 2018 season.
During this offseason, the Green Bay Packers made some moves to their wide receiver corps. A major move was to release the team’s number one receiver for multiple years, Jordy Nelson. The subtle moves were drafting three young receivers out of college in the later rounds.
During this time of year, teams have about 90 men on their rosters. So the wide receiver depth chart is very crowded right now. With so many different talented players at receiver, many different questions arise.
Can Davante Adams become a dominant number one wide receiver? Can Adams develop rapport similar to what Nelson and Aaron Rodgers had for years? Also, can Adams elevate his game and produce like a number one wide receiver should?
What to do with Randall Cobb? We know he can be a very successful slot wide receiver for this Packers team, but can he be a number two receiver? Or do you trust some of these young unproven receivers to fill the void at the number two position?
With Aaron Rodgers (hopefully) healthy for all of 2018, the Packers passing game should bounce back and be very prolific. But the question is who will be Rodgers’ go-to guys during the season?