The Green Bay Packers are off to a 3-1 start this season, which on paper would seem to indicate they’re destined for their fourth straight NFC North division title.
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Not everyone, however, feels that Green Bay’s 3-1 start means the Packers are one of the teams to beat in the NFC.
CBS Sports actually feels like the Packers are a “pretender”This season.
But they feel there’s one move they can make that will turn Green Bay into a contender.
Signing Odell Beckham Jr. free agent wide receiver
The Packers hold the No. The Packers have the No. 6 offense in the NFL into Week 5. However, this is in large part due. Aaron Jones (408 scrimmage yards) and A.J. Dillon (280 scrimmage yards). Green Bay actually holds the No. 16 passing offense in NFL, with the Packers averaging 232.5 yards per match. The Packers have also averaged 18.8 points per contest this season, which is the lowest average score they have had through four games since 2006. It ranks No. 21 in the NFL
I will admit that I love this Packers defense and they will be the reason Green Bay is again NFC North champions. At receiver Allen Lazard is serviceable I’m excited what Christian Watson and Romeo Doubs are capable of, but Aaron Rodgers is missing that clear No. He is missing the No. 1 wideout he can trust when it comes down to orchestrating a game winning drive. The Packers will make it to the playoffs. But how likely are they to win a Super Bowl? They can sign Odell Beckham Jr. then I’ll switch them from pretenders to contenders.
I don’t think the Packers necessarily Not required OBJ to become a contender — I think the Packers are already legitimate contenders.
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But he would certainly help bring some stability to Green Bay’s offense.
Aaron Rodgers is dealing with a bit of a youth infusion right now with the Packers and it’s taking some time to adjust. I believe Green Bay will be fine eventually and the offense will perform well.
We saw glimpses last week against New England Patriots. Some of the execution wasn’t sound, which resulted in some plays not being made, but the scheme was working. Guys were open.
As Rodgers becomes more comfortable with players like Romeo Doubs and Christian Watson (both rookies), I think we’ll see the offense start to look like a typical Green Bay offense.
It would be thrilling to add OBJ to this picture. He would make the Packers even better. But I’m not sure it’s a move that Green Bay It hasTo make.
This Packers defense is exceptional. Rodgers will, I have no doubt. “figure it out”As the season progresses. Green Bay should be right in the thick of things come playoff time — without or without OBJ.
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