4. Dominant defensive line
As much of a strength as the offensive line is, the defensive line is even better. This unit was already one of the better fronts in the NFL in 2017 and has the potential to be even better this time around.
The Packers dominance starts with their three starters. Mike Daniels was elected to his first Pro Bowl last season and should be even better this year. Don’t be surprised if the young Kenny Clark joins him as well. Clark really began to come into his own in 2017 and is just getting a handle on the NFL.
The big addition comes in the form of Muhammad Wilkerson. Wilkerson has struggled the past couple of seasons, but possesses elite individual talent. If he can regain form from earlier in his career, look out!
Even behind them, the Packers have quality depth to keep their studs fresh. Guys like Dean Lowry and Montravius Adams are solid options who can spell time and give the Packers some quality snaps. If James Looney is able to get added to that mix, the Packers have a great combination in their front three.