Sunday's drubbing at the hands of the superior San Francisco 49ers was a tough end to what must be considered a successful season overall for the Green Bay Packers, In the first season of a soft rebuild under a brand new head coach and new faces all over the roster, the Packers somehow managed to find themselves a game away from the Super Bowl.
In the 2020 season, expectations will be elevated, and what GM Brian Gutekunst and his staff are able to accomplish this season could be the difference between a Super Bowl championship and another stinging defeat at the hands of a better ball club.
Most of the attention this offseason during free agency and draft season will focus on three particular areas of need for the Packers, in whatever order you want to put them: defensive line, interior linbacker and wide receiver. However, I would argue that should the right opportunity present itself, the Packers should not hesitate to use a top selection on a quarterback, even amid these other more pressing concerns.
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Article: Cheesehead TV / Tim Backes