It's early, but Tucker Kraft could be the player to finally end the Packers' third-round curse. Kraft made a slow start but has stepped up in Luke Musgrave's absence, both as a receiver and blocker.
Kraft almost had his first career touchdown in Week 11 against the Chargers but just stepped out of bounds. He found the end zone four days later against the Lions. With Musgrave out of the lineup, Kraft has barely missed a snap in the past two games, making five catches for 52 yards and a score. He has also made a difference as a blocker.
The Packers are playing to Kraft's strengths by getting the ball to him in space. It's no surprise to see 70 of his 95 receiving yards coming after the catch.
When the Packers need a play, Jordan Love often looks Romeo Doubs' way. A crucial fourth-and-1 conversion against the Chiefs was the perfect example. Despite only needing a yard, Love fired a deep ball to Doubs, who made a spectacular catch in between defenders to pick up 33 yards.
Doubs is the master of winning contested catches, making him a trusted target for Love. This season, Doubs has made 45 receptions for 505 yards and a team-best seven touchdowns. He may never become a dominant WR1, but he will remain a vital part of this offense moving forward.