Nick Bosa entered the NFL with high expectations. His brother, Joey, was a first-round draft pick three years earlier. By the time it was Nick’s turn to be drafted, Joey had also been to a Pro Bowl and named the NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year in 2016. Nick was picked second overall in 2019, one selection higher than his brother three years earlier.
And Nick has been every bit as dominant as the 49ers hoped.
Like his brother, Nick Bosa was named the NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year. He also has a Pro Bowl selection to his name.
Bosa’s second season in the NFL was cut short after only two games due to a torn ACL, but he’s wasted little time getting back to his best in 2021. In only two games, Bosa has three sacks and four quarterback hits.
One of the best young pass rushers in the game, Bosa would be a huge addition to the Packers’ defense, especially with Pro Bowler Za’Darius Smith out.
Not a single Packers player has registered a sack in the opening two games of the season. The Packers got one as a team against the Detroit Lions, but only because the ball slipped out of Jared Goff’s hands as he went to throw.
Bosa would be a game-changer for the Packers’ defense.