Packers are being underrated in Bleacher Report NFL offense rankings

Green Bay Packers, Jordan Love
Green Bay Packers, Jordan Love / Perry Knotts/GettyImages

It's hard to find many faults in the Green Bay Packers' offense this season. They have talent across the depth chart.

Jordan Love showed MVP potential in the second half of last season, throwing to a talented, deep receiving corps. Green Bay has several breakout candidates at wide receiver and tight end, including Christian Watson, Romeo Doubs, Jayden Reed, and Luke Musgrave.

The Packers have one of the league's best running back rooms with Josh Jacobs, MarShawn Lloyd, and AJ Dillon.

They also upgraded an already strong offensive line by drafting three players, including Jordan Morgan in Round 1. Elgton Jenkins is a Pro Bowl guard, while Rasheed Walker and Zach Tom were among the best starting tackle combinations in football last season.

Despite that, Green Bay's offense still isn't getting enough love—no pun intended.

Bleacher Report ranks every NFL offense, with Packers at 10th

Bleacher Report's Alex Ballentine recently ranked every offense in the NFL ahead of the 2024 season. To be fair, placing the Packers 10th isn't overly disrespectful, but it still feels like this group is being underrated. Especially when factoring in the offenses ahead of them.

A top-10 offense should be the Packers' floor. Ballentine has the Dallas Cowboys and Buffalo Bills directly ahead of Green Bay.

"The biggest thing for the Packers will be consistency. If they can play the majority of the season like they did over the back half, they'll surpass some of the teams ranked ahead of them," writes Ballentine.

That's fair, although I'd argue the Packers should already be ahead of them.

Take Dallas, for example. Even if we assume Dak Prescott is ahead of Jordan Love (which is debatable) and they have the advantage with star wide receiver CeeDee Lamb, the Packers win at a lot of positions.

Dallas had to bring Ezekiel Elliott back because it had no running back options. Green Bay has Josh Jacobs and MarShawn Lloyd. Outside of Lamb, the Cowboys lack receiving depth, but that's no such issue for the Packers.

The Cowboys have lost a lot of offensive line talent, and it's uncertain how quickly Tyler Guyton will be ready to start. That's another area where the Packers win big.

As for the Bills, they get the advantage at quarterback with Josh Allen, but that's it. Green Bay wins at running back and wide receiver, while tight end is close. The Bills lost Stefon Diggs and Gabe Davis this offseason. The Packers have a potential top-five offensive line, whereas the Bills have several concerns up front.

Ballentine's assessment of Green Bay's offense is fair. As he said, this group has the potential to rise in the rankings. However, we'd argue the Packers should already be ahead of multiple teams in the top 10.

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