Five Packers who could be first-team All-Pros in 2020.
The Green Bay Packers should once again be in contention in the NFC this season. Yes, they have areas of concern on the roster — most teams do — but many of the Packers’ best players play at the most important positions. And many of them are among the best in the NFL at their respective positions.
Being named an All-Pro is a good way to measure the success of a player. How do they compare to other players around the league at their position?
The Packers didn’t have any first-team All-Pros last season, but they did have one second-team All-Pro: left tackle David Bakhtiari.
Which five Packers have the potential to be first-team All-Pros in 2020?
Bakhtiari has been an All-Pro four years running and was last a first-team All-Pro back in 2018. The Packers’ left tackle has been consistently one of the best at his position since 2016.
If Bakhtiari can continue to play at such a high level, he could punch his ticket to the Pro Football Hall of Fame when he retires.
One of the league’s best left tackles, Bakhtiari could once again be an All-Pro for the Packers. If he can get back to his dominant-best, Green Bay’s left tackle has a great chance to be selected for the first team.