The Green Bay Packers have gone agonizingly close to reaching the Super Bowl on back-to-back occasions over the past two years. Can these 5 Packers help them break the jinx?
The shutdown corner, Alexander is proving to be the top cover player in the NFL, shadowing No. 1 wide receivers and routinely taking them off the map.
The Packers saw first hand last season the influence of All-Pro left tackle David Bakhtiari. A man mountain, Bakhtiari is the anchor of the Packers O-line
With two back-to-back 1,000 yard rushing seasons, Aaron Jones is quietly making a name for himself in the Packers offense. There to compliment the passing game, Jones sure can be a handful.
The wide receiver has really grown over the seasons to become arguably the best wide receiver in the league. With 18 touchdowns to his name in 2020, he got his first All-Pro call up.
Last but not the least, the 2020 NFL MVP, Aaron Rodgers. In what could be his last season as a Packers, Rodgers will hope to leave Lambeau Field with a Lombardi Trophy