Tight end: Jimmy Graham and Marcedes Lewis
The tight end position is where the Packers are going to create the most mismatches. Jimmy Graham is only here by name, but he’ll likely line up like and act like a wide receiver more often than not.
Lewis will serve as the traditional tight end who’s lined up with a hand down off one of the tackles. He’s a good run-blocker so that will allow Green Bay to hand the ball off with him on the field. If they want to throw it, they can do that as well. Lewis is an underrated, yet solid pass catcher who can find the solid routes underneath.
The pair will provide a way for McCarthy to run his no huddle offense and keep the defense guessing whether it will be a run or a pass on each play.