Who makes the Green Bay Packers All-Decade Fantasy Football Team?
The Green Bay Packers offense often features many of the highest-scoring players for fantasy football in the NFL, and that has been the case throughout the past decade. Ahead of the 2019 season, we’ve put together a Green Bay Packers All-Decade Fantasy Football Team, featuring the best fantasy players from 2009 to 2018.
Here’s how this works. It will follow a standard fantasy football lineup — one QB, two RBs, two WRs, one TE, one FLEX (RB/WR/TE), one Defense and one Kicker. Each position will be filled by one player from one particular season from the past decade. Also, the same player can’t be selected twice. For example, Eddie Lacy can’t make the team for both his 2013 and 2014 seasons, only one.
Interestingly, great fantasy seasons don’t always correlate with great seasons for the Packers. They often do, but not always, as I found out when researching for this article.
It’s rarely a great idea to have too many players from the same NFL team in your fantasy lineup, but if you could feature this starting lineup, you’d win a championship by the end of the season.
So let’s get started. Here is the Green Bay Packers All-Decade Fantasy Football Team. We’ll start at quarterback.