5 reasons why Packers must win Super Bowl in 2021
Five reasons why the Packers must win the Super Bowl in 2021.
Green Bay’s last Super Bowl win was a decade ago when they defeated Pittsburgh in an epic battle.
The Packers are past due for another Super Bowl win and are hoping to get it done this season.
Here are five reasons why the Packers must achieve that goal.
5. Fans yearning for another Super Bowl win
Last season, we thought for sure the Packers were winning it all until the Buccaneers spoiled it. That loss was just one of the several heartbreaking playoff defeats for the Packers.
It is so disappointing to see the team make the playoffs year after year but not reach the Super Bowl. Those missed opportunities have been frustrating to watch throughout the years. Fans are greatly anticipating another Super Bowl win given that the Packers have the team to do so.
This season would be the perfect opportunity for the Packers to bring home the Lombardi Trophy.
4. LaFleur can prove why he’s one of NFL’s best coaches
A 26-6 regular-season record, two NFC North titles, and two NFC Championship appearances were big-time accomplishments for head coach Matt LaFleur in his first two seasons. LaFleur has the potential to be one of the best head coaches in the league as he has done very well for the Packers so far.
LaFleur is currently at #10 in Conor Orr’s 2021 head coach rankings for Sports Illustrated.
Winning the Super Bowl this season would be a huge accomplishment for the young coach. By winning a championship, LaFleur would become one of the top head coaches in the NFL. It would also grab the attention of Packers’ management as they would keep him around for a while. What an amazing achievement it would be if LaFleur guided his team to a Super Bowl victory in his third season.
3. Packers loaded with talent to take them to the Super Bowl
The Packers are loaded on both sides of the ball which makes them a huge contender for the Super Bowl this season.
With MVP quarterback Aaron Rodgers playing at an elite level, the Packers are destined for another Super Bowl win. Other weapons such as Aaron Jones, AJ Dillon, Davante Adams, Allen Lazard, Marquez Valdes-Scantling, Robert Tonyan, and Marcedes Lewis also give the Packers a dangerous offense.
Green Bay has also acquired new offensive weapons from the draft and trade market including Amari Rodgers, Kylin Hill, and Randall Cobb. Bringing Cobb back to Green Bay was a smart move that Rodgers was pleased with. Cobb is still one of the best slot receivers in the NFL today.
Having a stout offensive line to protect Rodgers also helps with David Bakhtiari leading the way, once healthy. Green Bay has the potential to have one of the most unstoppable offenses in the league this season. This will be a fun group to watch.
The Packers have struggled in certain areas on defense this past season. But with the hire of a new defensive coordinator and new playmakers, the Packers defense should be a whole lot better.
The defense has a lot of talent such as Za’Darius Smith, Preston Smith, Krys Barnes, Kenny Clark, Rashan Gary, Adrian Amos, Darnell Savage, and Jaire Alexander.
With Green Bay being stacked with talent, there is no reason why they shouldn’t win the Super Bowl this season.
2. Rodgers adds to his legacy
Even though Rodgers is a three-time MVP winner, he has only one Super Bowl win in his career. Rodgers deserves multiple Super Bowl wins before his career is over.
For several years, he has played his heart out for the team but has come up empty-handed. This season is the perfect opportunity for the Packers to capitalize and earn another Super Bowl victory for their franchise quarterback.
Another Super Bowl win would help add to Aaron Rodgers’ legacy.
1. It could motivate Rodgers to stay with the Packers
After the dramatic offseason with Rodgers and Packers’ management, it has become clear that Rodgers’ long-term future with Green Bay is uncertain.
Winning the Super Bowl this season could motivate Rodgers to stay in Green Bay. What a huge relief it would be for the fans to see Rodgers prolong his career in Green Bay after a big Super Bowl win.