Quarterback (2, 2/53)
- Aaron Rodgers
- Jordan Love
The quarterback situation in Green Bay has been one of the biggest talking points of the offseason and that will continue over the summer into training camp. But once the regular season gets underway it will be quite simple: Aaron Rodgers is still the Packers’ starter for the next few years, and the Packers are hoping Jordan Love will develop into a starter in the future.
Maybe Green Bay will keep Tim Boyle to be the backup and Love the third-string QB, but roster spots are like gold dust and I expect the Packers’ first-round pick to win the backup job.
In this scenario, an injury to Rodgers would make Love the starting QB.
Special teams (3, 5/53)
- Mason Crosby (K)
- JK Scott (P)
- Hunter Bradley (LS)
Mason Crosby is coming off a career-year and has recently signed a new three-year contract extension. He’s offered continuity and consistency at the kicker position, which some teams spend years trying to find.
JK Scott remains the best option at punter, although he needs to improve his consistency. He’s clearly capable of flipping field position with a booming punt downfield but when he struggles, his consistency becomes a concern.
With Hunter Bradley at long snapper, the Packers maintain some continuity on field goals with the same trio returning in 2020.