Kingsley Enagbare hasn't yet made the necessary step as a pass rusher. He only has one sack and five QB hits this season. However, it's impossible to ignore his ability as a run-stopper. Enagbare regularly makes positive plays against opposing rushing attacks, and he is arguably the Packers' best run-stopper.
According to ESPN, Enagbare has a run-stop win rate of 33 percent this season, which ranks sixth in the NFL among edge defenders.
He plays a vital role in Green Bay's defense. If Enagbare can take the next step as a pass rusher, look out.
Former first-round pick Devonte Wyatt still has areas to improve, but there's no denying the improvements he has made in year two. Wyatt needed an opportunity after impressing in a backup role as a rookie. He has already played almost double the number of snaps as last season, and there are still five games to go.
Wyatt has contributed as an interior pass rusher, making three sacks and six quarterback hits in 12 games, and he also recovered a fumble.
Wyatt must improve his consistency against the run moving forward, but he has made significant improvements as a pass rusher in his second season. Wyatt will continue to play an important role along the defensive line next year.