5. Jimmy Graham
Jimmy Graham is a five-time Pro Bowler and has been elected to the event in each of the past two seasons despite having a down year. That streak should continue and carry over with Green Bay.
Last year, Graham caught 57 passes for only 520 yards, but had a whopping 10 touchdowns. The receptions will likely increase a little bit and the yards certainly will. Also, look for the touchdowns to stay right about the same in that double-digit range.
Rodgers loves to use his tight ends, but hasn’t had any luck with consistent ones since the days of Jermichael Finley. Given the lack of other weapons at the receiver position, Rodgers will likely lock into Graham early and often, especially in the red zone.
If Graham can capitalize on that, he will earn a trip to his third straight Pro Bowl and sixth overall.