1. Who will emerge as the third wide receiver for the Packers?
Perhaps the most important question to play out this season will be at the wide receiver spot. Traditionally, Green Bay has had a plethora of talent that carries all the way to the third spot, but that is all different this season
The Packers released Jordy Nelson and drafted three receivers in the middle rounds. Unfortunately, there’s no clear-cut replacement from last season that is ready to step up.
Davante Adams is written in at one of the outside spots and Cobb is in the slot. After that, it’s up to a bunch of unproven guys in Geronimo Allison, Michael Clark, J’Mon Moore, Equanimeous St. Brown and Marquez Valdes-Scantling. Of course, “tight end” Jimmy Graham will factor into the passing game as well.
Given Rodgers’ history, he’ll likely develop one of these guys into at least a serviceable receiver. However, if the Packers want to go deep into the playoffs, they’ll need at least one of those guys to step up and produce.