The Green Bay Packers took a major step forward in addressing their needs at the 2018 NFL Draft, but these five questions remain.
The Green Bay Packers took a step in the right direction by attempting to address a couple of major needs in the 2018 NFL Draft. With their first two selections, they chose cornerbacks Jaire Alexander and Joshua Jackson. They also added an inside linebacker and three wide receivers in the next few rounds, among others.
Alexander and Jackson appear set to team up with Kevin King, Tramon Williams, Davon House and others in order to form an odd combination of youth, talent and veteran leadership. The hope is the Packers find an answer somewhere in that collection.
At wide receiver, new general manager Brian Gutekunst appears to be playing the number games. After cutting Jordy Nelson this offseason and creating a hole at the outside receiver spot opposite Davante Adams, he took three receivers with the hope one of them pans out.
Those were good steps toward addressing two of the bigger needs on the roster, but there are still plenty of remaining questions. Questions that require answers if the Packers are to win the Super Bowl.