The Green Bay Packers’ loss of quarterback Aaron Rodgers (collarbone) reveals just how much the team relies upon the perennial All-Pro to carry the load.
Without him, Green Bay’s weaknesses become even more revealed.
While there are some needs on offense, particularly along the offensive line, the Packers should turn back to the defensive side of the ball to make some changes within the secondary.
Cornerback has been a primary issue for the Packers this season. And while Green Bay tried to address this in last year’s NFL Draft with Kevin King in Round 2, he’s mostly been a disappointment.
In fact, Pro Football Focus ranks both Green Bay starting corners, Davon House and King, at No. 95 and No. 96, respectively, out of 116 qualifiers this season.
Yeah, an upgrade is needed here.