1How will Rodgers fare without a true No. 1 WR?
In all but two NFL seasons (2015 and 2017), Aaron Rodgers has had at least one 950+ yard receiver. 2015 and 2017 marked two of his three worst per-game fantasy seasons since 2009. He’s accustomed to having a go-to receiver, and he has frequently thrived as a result. With Davante Adams gone and no obvious replacement in sight, will Rodgers struggle more than usual?
2Age isn’t just a number
Rodgers will be 39 in December. Will the Packers apply any load management to an aging QB signed for three more seasons?
Along these lines, will the Packers adopt a more run-heavy strategy around a highly productive backfield duo that was arguably underutilized last year (Green Bay was only 17th in rushing attempts).
4How much can Rodgers’ receivers elevate him, vs. the other way around?
Do Allen Lazard and rookie Christian Watson have enough talent to keep Rodgers in the top-eight QB conversation?
5Which tertiary options will step up?
Will Sammy Watkins, Amari Rodgers, or rookie Romeo Doubs step up as few No. 3 Packer receivers have during Rodgers’ career?