Top Ten Best Green Bay Packers Players Going Into the 2020 SeasonComing off of a 13-3 season and an NFC Championship appearance, the Packers are going into this season with a good amount of talent and with a better chance to make the playoffs. Here, we are looking at the top ten best Green Bay Packers players going into the 2020 season.
Jones finally became the running back we all knew he would be last season, rushing for over 1,000 yards and 16 touchdowns. Going into a contract year, Jones could up his value by having yet another dynamic season, and hopefully the Packers resign him after the season.
Adams missed four games in 2019, and still finished three yards shy of 1,000 receiving yards, the second time in his career that has happened. He is a dynamic receiver and arguably the best route runner in the league, along with Keenan Allen. He will still be Rodgers' number one target in 2020.
Smith was a game changing free agent signing, and came into the building and not only produced on the field, but also in the locker room. He and Preston Smith brought this team closer together than the have been in years. He had 13.5 sacks in 2019 and was also a Pro Bowler.
Some say Rodgers is a bad player now, but he is definitely not. He is still a top ten quarterback in the NFL, and can still wreck havoc on opposing defenses, like in his game against the Raiders last season. He is still the Packers' best player currently.
Which idiots said he was a bad player?
He received his fourth all-pro honor in 2019, his third second team one. Bakhtiari is arguably the best left tackle in the NFL right now, and like Kenny Clark, he is also going into free agency after the season, and the Packers need to resign him.
The other Smith signed in last year's free agency, Preston Smith dominated alongside Za'Darius Smith. He had 12 sacks opposite a Pro Bowl outside linebacker, and to be honest, Preston Smith should have made the Pro Bowl too. He is also a leader in the locker room like Za'Darius Smith.
Pay that man his money! Clark will be going into free agency after this season, and at such a young age, the Packers definitely need to resign him. These last two seasons, Clark has been a top ten defensive tackle in the league, and is what is holding an otherwise weak defensive line together.
During his rookie season, he started from Week 3, all the way to the NFC Championship game, and didn't allow a single sack. That is very impressive from the second round pick, and he looks like the type of offensive lineman that will be in Green Bay at left guard for a decade. Let's hope his second season is just as great as his first.
Alexander flashed Pro Bowl potential last season, and I think he will eventually make it. He had two interceptions in 2019, but would have had a few more if he hadn't dropped them. Alongside Kevin King, Alexander is a corner to be feared.
Another 2019 free agent signing, Amos came from Chicago and stunned Bears fans by ending their Week 1 game intercepting his former teammate. During the season, Amos was a good strong safety and a sure tackler, something the Packers have not had for awhile.