3. Do the Packers have enough weapons on offense?
This builds upon the previous question but expands to more than just the receiver position. At this point, Adams might be the only reliable playmaker Green Bay has and is surrounded by a bunch of other question marks.
Graham was certainly brought in to be a playmaker but only had 520 receiving yards last season (although he did have 10 touchdowns). We’ve seen Cobb be successful in the past, but it’s been a few years now. Allison and Clark have some potential, but probably can’t be counted on to be consistent producers and the rookies are complete unknowns.
At the running back position, Green Bay has a few good options that will hopefully help them support a nice rushing attack next season. Jamaal Williams and Aaron Jones form a nice duo in the backfield and Ty Montgomery is a bit of a wildcard.
How the weapons come together will determine how successful their offense is. And no matter what’s going on with their defense, their offense is always going to be their calling card.