After drafting JK Scott in the fifth round last year, it’s hard to see the Packers making a change this offseason. And Scott was fine, averaging 44.7 yards per punt, 19 inside the 20-yard line.
Take away Mason Crosby‘s awful game at Detroit (five missed kicks), and he was about as consistent as ever. While he did miss a potential game-winner against Minnesota in Week 2, he did hit a game-winner against San Francisco later in the season. Crosby’s field goal percentage of 81.1 percent was actually higher than the season prior, and that includes four missed field goals against the Lions, which was a rare bad game.
Expect Crosby to bounce back in 2019.
10. Defensive line
One of the Packers’ biggest strengths is along the defensive line. Kenny Clark and Mike Daniels are dominant up front (combined eight sacks in 2018) and are both important parts of Mike Pettine’s defense.
The Packers should look to add more depth along the defensive line this offseason. Re-signing Muhammad Wilkerson to a one-year deal would be a good start. And who knows — maybe Brian Gutekunst will make another big free agency move and sign a player like Ndamukong Suh.
That’s unlikely, but the Packers should look to add defensive line depth in the draft.