Here are three ways the Green Bay Packers can return to the level of serious contender, and compete to win Super Bowl LIV.
Normally, the Green Bay Packers used to have a reputation for being a team that always seemed to be a lock at the start of each season to be a serious Super Bowl contender. But after missing out on the playoffs for a second year in a row during the 2018 season, all eyes will be on the Packers over the next couple of months to see if they have what it takes to represent the NFC during Super Bowl LIV in Miami.
From a talent perspective, as long as Aaron Rodgers is healthy enough to play under center, Green Bay always seems to have a legitimate shot since the Packers star has a reputation for making the players around him better.
Knowing how competitive Rodgers is, one can only imagine the frustration he’s been feeling when it comes to watching the playoffs from home in each of the last two seasons, but at least 2019 is a fresh start for both Green Bay and every other team.
Competing in the NFC North alone certainly won’t be easy since the argument can be made that every team has what it takes to be a playoff contender, but the Packers don’t have any other choice if they want to be taken seriously.
With the official start of the regular season getting underway soon, here are three ways that Green Bay can return to their level from a few years ago, and go on to win Super Bowl LIV once February arrives a few months from now.