1. Get help from run game
Green Bay’s rushing offense has ranked outside the top 15 the past two seasons. However, with three feasible ball carriers behind Rodgers, that is subject to change.
Running backs Aaron Jones and Jamaal Williams make up one of the best young tandems in the entire league. Add in Montgomery and the Packers offense has a slasher, power runner, and receiving threat all coming from the backfield.
Rodgers has never had this much versatility behind him and it’s no secret the coaching staff is expecting big things from this group.
Rodgers is at his best when defenses creep up against play action. More run plays to keep the defense honest might benefit Rodgers in a way we’ve yet to see.