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

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BALTIMORE, MD – AUGUST 15: Billy Turner #77 of the Green Bay Packers lines up prior to the snap during the first half of a preseason game against the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium on August 15, 2019 in Baltimore, Maryland. (Photo by Will Newton/Getty Images) /

2. How will the right side of the offensive line hold up?

The Packers’ left side of the line is as stout as ever with David Bakhtiari and Elgton Jenkins holding down the fort. Corey Linsley is also a nice player at center. However, there is a bit of musical chairs happening on the right side of the line with Lane Taylor, Billy Turner and Rick Wagner.

No matter what happens, it appears Turner will be a starter at either right guard or right tackle. He’s been the common denominator so far and has experience at both positions. The real question is who will start next to him?

Lane Taylor has reportedly had an impressive camp so far, even going undefeated in 1-on-1 pass-blocking drills. He lost his starting spot as the Packers’ left guard just two games into their 2019 season and hopes to regain a starting spot in 2020. Wagner missed some time due to an injury but returned over the weekend. He’s battled injuries throughout his career, but has been serviceable when he’s on the field. No matter who starts, will this side the line hold up throughout the season or will they be a weak point of the team?