1. Actually draft an offensive playmaker in the first round
In this scenario, the Packers keep Rodgers and Adams entering the 2022 season. That’s good news. But there is one way for the organization to help themselves, and that begins on the first night of the 2022 NFL Draft in Las Vegas.
Ever since Rodgers was selected in the first round of the 2005 NFL Draft, the Packers have never, and we mean never, drafted an offensive playmaker. The majority of Green Bay’s front office’s picks were on the defensive side of the ball. The only time the Packers took a player on offense was in 2020, when they traded up for quarterback Jordan Love.
2022 is the time for the Packers to finally draft a wide receiver for Rodgers on the very first night of the draft. With Rodgers on the roster, the team is not rebuilding. Brian Gutekunst needs to go full Les Snead and trade away picks to get players. In this scenario, Gutekunst should move up from the No. 28 pick into the Top 10-15 to select one of the top wide receivers in the draft class.
The Packers should target USC’s Drake London or Ohio State’s Garrett Wilson, who are considered the top two receivers in the class.
Green Bay needs to further bolster their already impressive offense by giving Rodgers even more weapons in the passing game. The Packers drafting a wide receiver for the first time since 2002 is a move that needs to be made.