2. Find Jordan Love a WR1
The Packers don't have a true WR1. Not yet, at least.
That player may be already on the roster, but there are serious doubts about that. Christian Watson is a game-changer, but can he become a go-to target for Jordan Love? Watson has only made five or more receptions in a game twice. He has also struggled to stay healthy.
Romeo Doubs is a solid possession receiver whom Love can trust to win contested catches, but he often struggles to gain separation. Can Doubs become the number one target consistently? While he is a talented player and already has good chemistry with Love, Doubs is more likely to play the James Jones role in this offense as a solid number two or three option.
Josh Allen took his game to the next level when the Buffalo Bills traded for Stefon Diggs. It was a similar story for Jalen Hurts when the Philadelphia Eagles added A.J. Brown. Tua Tagovailoa's breakout season? The same year they traded for Tyreek Hill to join second-year Jaylen Waddle.
The Packers need to find a WR1 for Love. Maybe that means making a trade if a star player becomes available. Perhaps they sign a free agent like Tee Higgins or Mike Evans. The answer could also come in the draft.
If Green Bay loses enough games to land a top-three draft pick, Ohio State's Marvin Harrison Jr. could become a target. Harrison has caught 119 passes for 2,029 yards and 20 touchdowns in his past 20 games for Ohio State. The 21-year-old could quickly become one of the NFL's best receivers and a WR1 for almost any team.
Even if the Packers miss out on Harrison, other receiving prospects with Pro Bowl potential include LSU's Malik Nabers, Florida State's Keon Coleman, and Washington's Rome Odunze.
If the Packers find Love a WR1 to join an offense featuring Watson and Doubs in year three and Jayden Reed, Luke Musgrave, and Dontayvion Wicks in year two, look out.