Packers: Power ranking each position ahead of final preseason game

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8. Wide receiver

There are still questions at wide receiver, although the play of Allen Lazard and Romeo Doubs this summer is encouraging.

Now that Christian Watson is healthy, it will be interesting to see what he can do in the final preseason game.

This group has a lot of potential, but there are still some big questions.

7. Edge rusher

The fact edge rusher is seventh shows how deep this roster is. Rashan Gary could be a Defensive Player of the Year Candidate and Preston Smith is a reliable starter on the other side.

Kingsley Enagbare has impressed in the preseason, and Kobe Jones has also played well.

The only concern is depth, but the backups have played well in the two preseason games.

6. Offensive line

Getting David Bakhtiari and Elgton Jenkins back can help the Packers’ offensive line become one of the league’s best.

Green Bay has great depth along the line. Jon Runyan Jr. and Royce Newman are the most likely starters at guard, but rookie Zach Tom has impressed this summer. He can play all five positions and could land a starting job somewhere along the line in the near future.

5. Inside linebacker

Inside linebacker used to sit at the bottom of these rankings, but the Packers have incredible depth here now.

All-Pro De’Vondre Campbell won’t have to do it alone, as he is joined by first-round pick Quay Walker, Krys Barnes, and Isaiah McDuffie. McDuffie has been one of the Packers’ top performers in the preseason.