Found March 26, 2013 on Football Nation:
The Green Bay Packers are coming off three straight seasons of making it to the playoffs and are averaging 12 wins per year over that time frame.Yet, they have quite a few needs that must be filled before the start of the 2013 season if they hope to have continued success.I have provided further information into some of the needs of the Packers in a prior article found here.The biggest need to fill has to be the offensive line.The Packers allowed Aaron Rodgers, their star player that could be looking at a contract extension nearing $25 million per year, to get sacked a league leading 55 times. They need to focus at least one or two early picks on fixing that issue.The Packers also had a tough time getting to the quarterback. I think that getting Nick Perry back will be a huge boost, but they will still need more help. Finding a strong safety to beef up the secondary and give the defensive line more time to get to that quarterback will help too.Another glaring need is a future three-...
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