With one preseason game to go, here are our Green Bay Packers positional power rankings.
The Green Bay Packers have one of the league’s deepest rosters. These power rankings highlight this.
Even after losing key players like Davante Adams, Za’Darius Smith, and Marquez Valdes-Scantling in the offseason, it’s possible the Packers’ overall roster is better than last year.
Green Bay will complete the preseason with a road game against the Kansas City Chiefs, then it’s over to general manager Brian Gutekunst to finalize the 53-man roster.
One thing is for sure: Green Bay has an excellent roster. So, let’s power rank each position group from the biggest concern to the position with the most talent.
9. Tight end
Robert Tonyan’s return from injury helps, and Marcedes Lewis is still an excellent blocker, but there are concerns at tight end.
Somewhat surprisingly, Green Bay didn’t make any significant moves at the position. It will be relying on its top three from last season.
There were high hopes for Tyler Davis in the offseason, but he’s had a nightmare preseason. In two games, Davis dropped an easy catch that became an interception, fumbled, and got called for a penalty that wiped out a first down.
Still, if Tonyan can get back to his 2020 best, things will look a lot better for the Packers at tight end.