The Green Bay Packers suffered through a rough season in 2017, as Aaron Rodgers missed most of the campaign with a broken collarbone. When he did return, it was too late to make a run, and they shut him down for the rest of the season. The year prior, they made it all the way to the NFC title game, though they were absolutely shredded by Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons.
If they are going to go far in 2018, they needed to get better in the defensive backfield, and they certainly did in the 2018 NFL Draft. They spent their top two picks on the cornerback position, bringing in Jaire Alexander and Josh Jackson. Those two players will help them out immensely if they find themselves going up against an elite quarterback late in the playoffs this season.
With their first round pick in 2019, the odds are the Packers will be picking very late in the first round. With that pick, they should bring in a wide receiver, and David Sills V from West Virginia would be a nice get this late. Sills would join an aging wide receiver group in Green Bay, giving Rodgers a deep threat weapon to throw to for the remainder of his career.