The Green Bay Packers may have a talented roster, but there are areas of concern.
Green Bay lost nine games last year. There was inconsistent play on both sides of the ball, and the Packers have a lot to improve this season. They will hope drafting 13 players helps solve some of those issues, but the new players need to prove themselves.
We ranked the Packers' top three strengths this season, but what are their biggest weaknesses?
3 biggest weaknesses on the Packers roster in 2023
3. Tight end
If there's one position that could quickly go from weakness to strength, it's tight end. The Packers drafted Luke Musgrave in the second round and Tucker Kraft in the third. Both players have huge upside.
However, they are unproven. Until they turn potential into production in the NFL, it's hard to call tight end a strength for the Packers.
Green Bay lacks experience at the position. Starters Robert Tonyan and Marcedes Lewis are gone, which means Musgrave and Kraft are set for significant snaps early on. Josiah Deguara has always played a backup role in Green Bay, while Tyler Davis rarely plays on offense.
If Musgrave and Kraft reach their potential, tight end becomes a strength for the Packers. But until then, the Packers are set to start two rookies and lack experience at the position.