3 Biggest Questions Facing Green Bay Packers’ Offense Heading into 2020

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Here are three big questions the Green Bay Packers’ offense must answer before the start of the 2020 regular season.

By just about any metric, the Green Bay Packers had a league-average offense last season. They ranked 15th in points scored and rushing yards, 16th in first downs, 17th in passing yards and 18th in total yards. That means there is a lot of room for improvement.

That improvement, however, is going to have come from within. They cut Jimmy Graham (who wasn’t a huge part of the offense anyway) and didn’t re-sign Bryan Bulaga. In their steed, Devin Funchess, the big free agent acquisition at wide receiver, has chosen not to play this season and Rick Wagner is in a tight competition for the starting right tackle job.

Green Bay did use their second and third round selections in the NFL Draft on running Back AJ Dillon and h-back Josiah Deguara respectfully. After them, no other major acquisitions were made on the offensive side of the ball…leaving plenty of questions that need answering…