4 massive trades the Packers can make going into bye week

The Packers should start making calls for some help on offense
Green Bay Packers, Kyle Pitts
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After a second-straight loss, the Green Bay Packers are searching for answers, and most of those answers are going to have to come on offense.

Last week, we thought it was the defense that needed to give us answers. Now, it's the exact opposite. Green Bay's defense played pretty well against the Raiders, while Jordan Love and company struggled.

The Packers now enter their bye week, and if they wanted to go out and make some significant moves to help this offense, here are four that they should consider.

1. Could Green Bay land Javonte Williams? Is he worth the risk?

Denver is a curious football team. Sean Payton has admitted to wanting to focus on younger players. And, while running back Javonte Williams is still only 23 years old, he's also had some injury concerns. Williams missed the majority of last year with a serious knee injury, and already this year is dealing with a thigh injury.

In his place, rookie Jaleel McLaughlin has stepped in and provided the juice. He has looked phenomenal and given the Broncos some explosive plays. Between he and Semaje Perine, the Broncos would be just fine at running back.

Javonte trade

Denver has lost several draft picks over the last two offseasons between dealing for Russell Wilson and Sean Payton, and adding a third rounder here would be beneficial. Meanwhile, the Packers could give Williams a complimentary role next to Jones which would help prolong both of their careers.

A.J. Dillon has not been good, and that's putting it nicely. Adding Williams, if he's healthy, gives this Packers offense a solid one-two punch.