The Green Bay Packers' regular season has come to a close, and although it didn't end with the Lombardi Trophy coming back home, I'm sure most will consider this season a success. Think about it, Green Bay went from missing the playoffs back-to-back seasons to all of a sudden totaling 13 regular season wins, winning the NFC North, securing the NFC's No. 2 seed, and they ended up just four quarters away from the Super Bowl. Not bad, if I do say so myself.
However, as good as this season was, we all saw in the NFC Championship Game that the Packers still have a little ways to go if they want to be true Super Bowl contenders. Yet a big reason for them being in the position that they were in was because of the moves Brian Gutekunst made last offseason. Well, now the 2020 offseason has now arrived and once again, there is work to be done.
So to help Gutey out, I've gone ahead and put together my to-do list for him. Now of course, like many to-do lists, not everything may get done right away and I certainly don't expect each addition to be a top-end free agent or a high-end draft talent. With that said, if a majority of these items can be taken care of, it will hopefully help get the Packers back to the Super Bowl - also keep in mind that these are in no particular order.
- Re-sign Bryan Bulaga and Mason Crosby
- Add 2 or 3 new WRs to the mix
- Get Faster at ILB
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Article: Paul Bretl, Cheesehead TV