1. Aaron Rodgers
Aaron Rodgers is back and fully healthy for the 2018 season. Let’s hope it stays that way for the whole year. The last time he broke his collarbone and was forced to miss time, he came back and won an MVP the next year. Hopefully, history is set to repeat itself.
Rodgers is the most talented quarterback to ever play in the NFL. At 35-years-old his window could be closing any year despite players like Peyton Manning and Tom Brady proving they can keep their window open longer than ever. Still, Rodgers and the Packers must capitalize on every opportunity here on out.
Rodgers may not have the same type of weapons he’s used to, but this offense is still talented. Adams and Graham will lead the way and garner most of the attention from 12 and opposing defenses. Cobb was off to a great start last year before Rodgers got hurt and still has plenty left in the tank.
It gets very questionable behind those three. Marcedes Lewis was brought on this offseason and is an interesting player. He’s certainly older, but is a good blocker and underrated receiver. The running game should also be better than ever with three running backs in Jamaal Williams, Aaron Jones and Ty Montgomery who each bring something valuable and unique to the table. The balanced attack should keep defenses on their toes and allow Rodgers to carve them up.