After months upon months upon months of planning, evaluating, analyzing, doubting, confirming, re-evaluating, and speculating, the draft is finally over and done with. With all of the picks selected and most likely to be signed in the coming weeks, we (as analysts), must go out and analyze every single pick and go through where teams may or may not have gone wrong in their individual selections and list some possible solutions or corrections.
In this article I will be previewing the team from the great (and cheesy) state of Wisconsin: the Green Bay Packers. Coming off an unbelievable last-second touchdown against the Bears in the final week of the 2013 regular season, the Packers were eliminated in the playoffs by the San Francisco 49ers on the legs and arm of Colin Kaepernick. While the Packers offense excelled last season, they left something to be desired on defense. In this draft I was thoroughly surprised with the amount of offensive selections by the Packers, however they were able to compliment those offensive selections perfectly with a great mix of defensive talent. By the end, I will have given my analysis on all of the Packers’ selections and show where they went right and where they went wrong.