A month away from the new season, here are three predictions for the Green Bay Packers offense.
The excitement for the return of Green Bay Packers football is always high at this time of year. But the anticipation is even greater this season as the Packers enter a new era. The Matt LaFleur era. In particular, it’s going to be fascinating to watch this offense.
Will LaFleur’s system bring the best out of these players, who for much of last season, couldn’t find any consistency (outside of Davante Adams)?
It’s fair to say that if the offense reaches its potential, so will the Packers. And that is a playoff-contending, and possibly even a Super Bowl-contending team.
The Packers will need Aaron Rodgers to be fully healthy for the offense to get back to its best. He’s dealt with two significant injuries over the past two seasons — a broken collarbone in 2017, and a tibial plateau fracture in his knee in 2018. Avoiding injury will require getting the ball out faster in this new offense and also being well protected from the offensive line.
If Rodgers is healthy, the Packers will have a great chance to compete in the NFC North.
Only a month away from the NFL Kickoff Game against the Chicago Bears, here are three predictions for the Packers offense in 2019.