Three offseason moves the Green Bay Packers need to make to return to the playoffs in 2019.
Barring a miracle in the final five weeks of the season, the Packers will be sitting home in January watching the postseason. And along with that will come an offseason filled with questions for this team.
The Packers made significant changes last offseason, hiring Brian Gutekunst as the new general manager, while Mike McCarthy reshuffled his coaching staff. Gutekunst made a couple of big free agency moves, signing Jimmy Graham and Muhammad Wilkerson.
But none of that has mattered. The Packers haven’t played well enough this season, and they have been unable to find a way to win games on the road. Will there be more changes to come in the coming months?
Green Bay’s focus will be on the final five games of the season. The Packers still have to believe they can make the playoffs by winning out.
Well, not here. This team needs a miracle, and even if they did somehow make the playoffs, it’s hard to see them going very far.
With that said, let’s take an early look ahead to the offseason.
What three moves must the Packers make?