Ranking Packers position groups from worst to best in 2023

  • Big year incoming for pass rush
  • WR group is young, but talented
  • More question marks than weaknesses?
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6. Linebackers

  • De'Vondre Campbell
  • Quay Walker
  • Eric Wilson
  • Isaiah McDuffie

As a big contract player and first-round pick, the Packers have obviously invested a ton in De'Vondre Campbell and Quay Walker at the linebacker position. Walker led the team with 121 tackles in his rookie season and proved why the Packers prioritized him so highly in the 2022 NFL Draft.

Between Campbell and Walker, the Packers have a pretty tremendous duo at this position, one of the best in the NFL. Eric Wilson and Isaiah McDuffie combine to give the Packers some really strong depth at this position, one of the better and more solidified groups in the NFL.

5. Running backs

  • Aaron Jones
  • AJ Dillon
  • Emanuel Wilson

Aaron Jones has developed into one of the best and most well-rounded backs in the NFL today. His progression as an all-around player couldn't be more perfect when you consider how valuable he will be to the development of Jordan Love. He racked up over 1,500 yards from scrimmage last season for the Packers along with seven total touchdowns.

But the reason why the Packers' running back position is a top-five position group on this team is because of the presence of former second-round pick AJ Dillon.

Dillon has over 2,000 yards from scrimmage the last two seasons combined and the Packers know how to utilize both backs within their system to keep them fresh.

Emanuel Wilson is an intriguing undrafted rookie who cracked the 53-man roster after a great offseason.