Second-year Quay Walker hasn't yet become the game-changing starting linebacker the Packers were expecting, but he has made improvements from his rookie season.
Walker's speed and athleticism help him make plays across the field. He has already matched last season's total of five tackles for loss, and Walker still has five games to build on that. He showed his game-changing potential with a pick-six against the Chicago Bears in Week 1, but we need to see more of that.
Still, the Packers' defense is far better when Walker is playing, and he will have an important role to play in 2024.
How do the Packers keep doing it? Many teams struggle to find quality starting offensive linemen in the first and second rounds of the draft. The Packers keep doing it on Day 3.
Zach Tom joins a long list, including David Bakhtiari, T.J. Lang, Josh Sitton, Corey Linsley, and JC Tretter.
Tom has been outstanding at right tackle this season. He had the Packers' highest PFF grade on offense entering Week 13. He is particularly effective in pass protection, with a pass-block win rate of 90 percent this year, per ESPN.
Green Bay's offensive line faces several offseason questions, but Tom's future isn't one of them. The only question is where the Packers want him to start, as Tom can play across the line.