2011 NFL Draft–
- OL – The Packers’ offensive line improved in the 2010 season by giving up 25% fewer sacks than the previous year, when the allowed a league worst 51 sacks. If they want to have a chance to repeat as Super Bowl champs next season, the key will be keeping Aaron Rodgers on the playing field. Look for Green Bay to add depth to the offensive line this offseason.
- DE – Although the Packers have one of the best pass-rushing teams in the league, they are only average when it comes to stopping the run. Opposing teams averaged 115 rushing yards per game this past season. With Cullen Jenkins becoming an unrestricted free agent this offseason, Green Bay may look to the talented stock of defensive ends in the upcoming draft.
- WR – It is surprising to realize that 2010 was Donald