Green Bay Packers: 3 Offensive Pro Bowl Locks in 2020

These three offensive players are surefire Pro Bowlers for the Green Bay Packers heading into the upcoming season.

Although the Green Bay Packers may lack depth on the offensive side of the ball, they certainly have the top-end players to get the job done. That includes these three players who are surefire Pro Bowlers in 2020.

The top of the Packers’ depth chart is loaded with impact players. There are guys who can change the game in an instant and are a threat to score any time they touch the ball. They are some of the very best at their position across the rest of the league.

Let’s take a look at three guys who you can write in as Pro Bowl elections next season.

David Bakhtiari

At 28-years-old. David Bakhtiari is one of, if not the, best left tackles in the game. He’s equally stout against the run and the pass, rarely making mistakes. Aaron Rodgers has complete trust in him and he’s the best offensive lineman the future Hall of Famer has played with. It took a while for Bakhtiari to earn the reputation his play earned him. He made his first Pro Bowl in 2016, but failed to make the next two seasons despite earning an All Pro selection in 2017. He returned to the Pro Bowl last year and should be a lock to earn his third trip in 2020.

Aaron Jones

Despite racking up over 1500 total yards and 19 total touchdowns, Aaron Jones didn’t earn a trip to the Pro Bowl. Expect 2020 to be a correction year even if he doesn’t put up the same type of numbers. Other than the next guy on this list, Jones is one of the only proven skill players on the Packers’ offense. Sure, that means defenses will key in on him, but it also means the Packers will scheme like crazy to get him the ball in many different situations. He’s a dynamic playmaker who is a threat in the open field.

Next: Packers: 4 Defensive Pro Bowl Candidates for 2020

Davante Adams

Davante Adams has made three straight Pro Bowls and it should become a fourth next season. Despite only have one 1,000 yard season in his career, he’s made a name for himself as one of the best wide receivers in the NFL. In just 12 games last year, he caught 83 receptions for 997 yards and five touchdowns. Expect his red-zone production to go back to normal next year–he had three double-digit touchdown seasons the previous three years. Adams is the key to the Packers’ passing game and Rodgers will target him early and often.

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