2. The Packers should trade for Courtland Sutton
The Packers have a plethora of youth at the wide receiver position, but still have yet to see one of them emerge as a true alpha. The Broncos, meanwhile, we've established as a team that could be big time sellers at the deadline. Veteran receiver Courtland Sutton has been a legitimate WR1 during his time in Denver, despite the sporadic offensive play over his years there.
Adding a player like Sutton would give Jordan Love a real threat on the outside, and allow the other youngsters to have some pressure taken off of them. Christian Watson may only be a gadget guy when it's all said and done. Romeo Doubs and Jayden Reed look like very viable WR2 options. But, again, none have stepped into the WR1 role yet.
This Packers team is not one that has time to wait around at 2-3. They need to add help, and they need to add it now. Love's play hasn't been perfect, but he also needs a dependable wide receiver who will catch the football.
Sutton has a couple years left on his deal, too, which would give the Packers some stability over the next two seasons along with their young guys who will still be here, too.