After losing in the NFC Championship Game, here are five offseason moves the Green Bay Packers should make.
A fantastic season came to an end in disappointing fashion, but the Green Bay Packers took a giant step in the right direction after two years without playoff football. Led by first-year head coach Matt LaFleur, they marched back into Super Bowl contention and gave plenty of reasons why they can compete again in 2020 and beyond.
We now, unfortunately, enter the offseason. And an important one. This Packers team is clearly very talented with star players at key positions and plenty of young talent on both sides of the ball. But they are still a step behind the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC, who now head to the Super Bowl.
GM Brian Gutekunst should be praised for the work he’s done in his first two offseasons, but he needs another strong one for the Packers to reach the next level. By adding more talent to this roster, the Packers can become the class of the NFC and have the playoffs run through Lambeau Field in 2020.
They came close this season, but there’s still more work to be done as we move into free agency and the draft this spring. Here are five offseason moves the Packers need to make to take another big step forward in 2020.