Green Bay Packers Depth Chart 2021 Green Bay Packers Depth Chart

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The internet was not kind to the Green Bay Packers during the offseason as they failed to address the lack of receiving options they had in place for the 2020 season. Looking at the depth chart, you can understand the frustration. After Davante Adams, they have Allen Lazard and Devin Funchess. These are not the most appealing secondary options. Jace Sternberger patiently waited his turn but will be the starting tight end for Green Bay and has a chance to breakout. In a surprise pick during the draft, Green bay took AJ Dillon, a running back out of Boston College. This now gives the Packers three back to potentially use, but Aaron Jones is still the lead back and Jamaal Williams will get work as well.

Offense Depth Chart

Quarterback QB
69
#32 QB
Kurt Benkert K. Benkert (4)
67
#47 QB
Running Back RB
Phil Taylor P. Taylor (3)
69
#211 RB
Wide Receiver WR
Slot Wide Receiver SWR
Quarterback QB
69
#32 QB
Kurt Benkert K. Benkert (4)
67
#47 QB
Running Back RB
Phil Taylor P. Taylor (3)
69
#211 RB

Defense Depth Chart

Defensive End DE
Defensive End DE
Tyler Lancaster T. Lancaster (1)
69
#54 DE
Outside Linebacker LB
Inside Linebacker LB
Outside Linebacker LB
Free Safety S
Will Redmond W. Redmond (2)
67
#134 S
Raven Greene R. Greene (3)
67
#42 S
Right Cornerback CB
Defensive End DE
Defensive End DE
Tyler Lancaster T. Lancaster (1)
69
#54 DE
Outside Linebacker LB
Inside Linebacker LB
Outside Linebacker LB
Free Safety S
Will Redmond W. Redmond (2)
67
#134 S
Raven Greene R. Greene (3)
67
#42 S
Right Cornerback CB

Green Bay Packers Depth Chart FAQ

The football world was very vocal about the Packers offseason as they failed to address a clear need for weapons to surround Aaron Rodgers. Green Bay felt the need to add another running back and find their potential starter after Rodgers with Jordan Love. Overall this team had clear needs and failed to address them, as the run defense struggled in 2019, and they didn't do much to help there either. The secondary is the strongest aspect of the defense with Jaire Alexander and Darnell Savage turning into very good players as they were most recently drafted. They also have Kevin King and Adrian Amos.

Who Are The Packers Running Backs?

Adding another running back in the draft, the Packers now have Aaron Jones, Jamaal Williams, and AJ Dillon. All three should be getting work in the 2020 season, but Jones is the one who will lead in fantasy points.

Do The Packers Have A Good Tight End For Fantasy?

Green Bay has struggled to have a fantasy viable tight end, and a young Jace Sternberger has been on the roster a few years now and might have a chance to produce. He is worth nothing more than a late-round flyer.

Who Are The Packers Starting Wide Receivers?

The Packers starting wide receivers are Davante Adams, Devin Funchess, and Allen Lazard. Outside of Adams, neither of the others had produced big seasons, which was one of the reasons for the draft criticism when they avoided addressing these needs.

Do The Packers Have Any Rookies Starting?

Green Bay drafted a backup quarterback in round one and a backup running back later on. They do not have any rookies projected to start for the 2020 season. It would take injuries for them to draw any starts.

Who Backs Up Aaron Rodgers?

Taking Jordan Love was a questioned draft pick this past offseason, but he will be the one backing up Jordan Love as they hope to let him sit behind Rodgers for a few years and eventually giving him the starting nod.

Who Are The Packers Starting Cornerbacks?

Green Bay's starting cornerbacks consist of Kevin King and Jaire Alexander. The Packers secondary was one of the best in 2019, ranking top ten in DVOA against the pass. In 2020 they will keep the same names as they look for continued success.