3. Brett Hundley
Before the beginning of the 2017 season, some fans were hopeful the Packers could trade Brett Hundley for a high-to-mid round pick. This belief was mostly based on the great preseason performances Hundley had put up in recent seasons.
Unfortunately, Hundley smashed that thought for even the most optimistic of fans when he was forced to start nine games for the Packers last season. During those nine games, Green Bay went 3-6. However, that’s probably a generous win-loss record considering how poorly Hundley played and the level of competition the Packers faced during that time.
Now, entering the 2018 season, most Packers’ fans don’t even want Hundley on the team. Green Bay traded Damarious Randall to the Cleveland Browns for DeShone Kizer in the offseason. Kizer had his own struggles as a rookie starting for the Browns last year, but possesses more athletic gifts than Hundley. If Hundley isn’t able to hold his spot as the primary backup to Aaron Rodgers, he could see his time in Green Bay come to an end altogether.