Top Ten Best Green Bay Packers Players Going Into the 2021 NFL SeasonWell, the Packers are coming off of another 13-3 season with a loss in the game before the Super Bowl. The roster however changed very little during the offseason, and they remain a prime playoff contender. Here, we are looking at the top ten best Green Bay Packers players going into the 2021 NFL season.
Yeah, you can't tell me otherwise. Rodgers is 100% playing for the Packers in 2021. The reigning MVP will come back to a strong team and another chance at a Super Bowl title.
I just hope to god he plays this year. Stop this off-season roller coaster ride
#1 Greatest Packer ever?
Or only #2?
Certainly not at #3?
That is if he even plays for you.
The all-pro left tackle tore his ACL just before the playoffs in December, and by the looks of things, he might be ready for Week 1. The Packers will definitely need him, because tackle depth is shaky behind him. They have him locked in to a massive contract, and should be here for the foreseeable future.
Adams was the best receiver in the NFL last season. The first team all-pro is coming into a contract year, and hopefully, we see an extension before the end of the season.
Alexander is coming into his fourth season, and his ascension has been astounding. He's a top 3 corner in the league right now, rivaling Jalen Ramsey for the top spot. It's so nice to be out of the days of the mid 2010s where our secondary was absolute trash. Alexander has taken a huge role in revitalizing this secondary, and hopefully Eric Stokes learns from him too.
I forgot what it's like to have a reliable corner hopefully Patrick Peterson comes through for us
Smith made his second Pro Bowl with the Packers last season, and goes into this season as once again the team's top edge rusher. It'll be exciting to see him and Rashan Gary coming off the edge.
I'll be honest, I didn't expect Jones to be back this season. However, he signed a team friendly four year extension, and it was a welcome surprise. Jones works so well in the LaFleur offense, and it's no surprise that he has played at a Pro Bowl level the past two seasons. Hopefully the 1-2 punch of him and A.J. Dillon wear down defenses this season.
In just his second season, Jenkins became a Pro Bowler. The left guard not only was an anchor at his position, but he also played at every other position on the line as well, even starting games at right tackle and center. Now that is versatility.
The development of Tonyan was an amazing surprise last season. He got snubbed of a Pro Bowl, and now the fifth year tight end is back for more.
Clark had an interesting season last year. He missed the first few games to injury, and spent a lot of the middle part of the season playing just about average, clearly hampered by the injury. However, he was a force in the playoffs, and that shows why the nose tackle was worth his deal signed last August.
Darnell Savage came back from a slow start last season and really came on midway through the season to the tune of four interceptions in three games. Perhaps this third season will be the one where he becomes a star.
Amos is such an underrated player. The Packers lacked a sure tackler at safety for a long time before Amos came to town. Him and Darnell Savage are a top ten duo at safety.