The Green Bay Packers have a better idea of what their team will look like ahead of the 2022 NFL season now that the draft is completed. Although there still might be some changes that lie ahead–see last year’s additions of Rasul Douglas and De’Vondre Campbell.
With most of the roster in place, let’s take a moment to make five bold predictions that are way too early. We’ll touch on all three units, kicking off with the special teams unit.
Here are five way too early bold predictions about what is in store for the Green Bay Packers ahead of the 2022 NFL season.
Way too early bold predictions for Packers: Special teams still struggles
Green Bay brought in special teams guru Rich Bisaccia to be their special teams’ coordinator this season. Bisaccia held that position with the Raiders last season as well as their interim head coach after Jon Gruden was fired. His players spoke highly of him both as a motivator and a person, and his football knowledge.
High expectations have been given to Bisaccia and he doesn’t necessarily have the personnel to make it happen. Green Bay downgraded their punter by signing Pat O’Donnell in place of Core Bojorquez–giving them their third punter in three seasons. However, it’s unclear what players will be different on special teams this season. It’s hard to make a significant leap considering where Green Bay was last year, so I’m not expecting any miracles.