Predictions for Packers 2018-19 season
Of course we can’t make any real clear-cut prediction for how the season will go, but we can at least try. The Packers have made some major changes in the offseason this year, and are looking very solid going into 2018. This offseason has been one of the most productive off-seasons in a while. Rightly so as it’s one of the most important off-seasons in a very long time.
Packers fans have been left asking themselves how will the Packers do in 2018? will they make the playoffs? will they win the division? the conference? or even the big game itself the super bowl. What will happen?
Green Bay set out and did what fans wanted! they fixed some big holes on the defensive side of the ball. Bringing back veteran CB Tramon Williams and signing Jets DE Muhammad Wilkerson. The Packers also drafted Iowa Cornerback Josh Jackson, and Louisville Cornerback Jaire Alexander.
The Packers also addressed offensive questions by drafting WR J’mon Moore, and Equanimeous St. Brown. This was one of the best drafts in a long time for Green Bay, as they addressed lots of issues with the team.
The NFL is a week to week league, and its very difficult to make any prediction for a specific team and how they will fare in the upcoming season. But with the changes the Packers have made in the front office and with players, they should do just fine in 2018.
The expected record for Green Bay in 2018-19 is 12-4. The worst they could do is 10-6. Packers fans expect big things this year. We shall see.