5. Danielle Hunter, EDGE, Minnesota Vikings
Danielle Hunter has been a pain ever since the Minnesota Vikings drafted him, and it's only gotten worse over time.
Hunter racked up 16.5 sacks this past season and is well established as one of the best overall pass rushers in the game today. Hunter has more forced fumbles against the Packers (3) than any other NFC North team.
He's set to hit free agency in 2024, and if the Vikings let him get to the open market, they might as well kiss him goodbye. He will get a massive deal from some other team, likely with a wide variety of teams lined up to acquire his services.
6. Jaylon Johnson, CB, Bears
This one isn't overly likely, but Jaylon Johnson is currently slated for free agency. And while he's a prime franchise tag candidate, I think you have to consider the Bears looking into trading him at the 2023 deadline, or at least taking calls.
Johnson could very well decide to hold out for a long-term deal, and if Chicago isn't willing to meet his contract demands, we could be in for a standoff. Not that Packers fans are going to be mad about it.
Johnson was named a second-team All-Pro in 2023 with a career-best four interceptions and a passer rating allowed of just 50.9. Hopefully, the Bears find a way to screw this one up.