2. Find Jordan Love a WR1
Green Bay's receiving corps is improving by the week, but there's still a question of whether Jordan Love has a true WR1 to throw to.
Depth is no issue. The Packers have plenty of receiving talent with various skill sets. Jayden Reed is becoming a go-to target for Love. He is outstanding after the catch and can be the Packers' best slot receiver since Randall Cobb. Dontayvion Wicks keeps making big plays with his smooth route-running and separation ability.
Romeo Doubs is excellent in contested catch situations and often wins in the red zone. He has seven receiving touchdowns this season. Christian Watson is growing in confidence. He caught a touchdown last week against the Chargers and backed it up with his best performance of the year at Detroit, making five receptions for 94 yards and a score.
If the Packers can find their next star WR1 to go with this group, look out. Green Bay tends to avoid the wide receiver position in the first round, but a player like LSU's Malik Nabers could take this offense to another level. He has superstar potential.
A receiving corps of Nabers, Reed, Watson, Doubs, Wicks, and tight ends Luke Musgrave and Tucker Kraft? Wow. That group could become unstoppable.