Most Disappointing Packers: A.J. Dillon
Like Runyan, A.J. Dillon is entering a contract season and needs to play better if he wants to remain in Green Bay in 2024 and beyond.
Dillon looked lethargic to begin the season and was clearly in a slump. He was too impatient on his carries, often running up the legs of his offensive linemen. He also failed to see the open holes and was taken down too easily.
He’s picked it up in the last four weeks and looks like he’s seeing the field better. He’s also running harder. However, he’s still averaging a measly 3.3 yards per carry–a career low. He’s not only playing for his Packers’ career, but his salary in the future.