The Green Bay Packers will pick twice in the first round next April, which is a good thing, because they have some holes on both sides of the ball. Anytime you have Aaron Rodgers as your quarterback, you are going to win games, but they tied the Minnesota Vikings this past weekend, which will turn into an interesting scenario in the NFC North down the road.
With their first pick in the first round, the Packers should look to add to their offensive line, as that area has been an issue through the first two games of the season. Rodgers has been hit way too many times, and coming off a broken collarbone, every time he hits the ground Packers fans have to be holding their breath.
With their second pick in the first round, Green Bay should look to add to their defensive line, as some of their talent in front are playing on one-year deals. Christian Wilkins from Clemson is a guy they could plug right in next season, and is a big reason why the Tigers could be back in the national title game this season.
Wilkins is a body that can really clog up the middle against the run, but he is also athletic enough to get after the quarterback. The Packers need to continue to invest draft picks into this defense, and in Wilkins, they get a guy who could have been a first round pick last year if he decided to come out of school early.