Green Bay Packers can always add depth via the draft


The Packers and their fans were pleasantly surprised with the performance of David Bakhtiari last season in the absence of Bryan Bulaga, so one might think that offensive tackle is the least of the Packers offseason concerns. However, depth can always be upgraded at every position on the football field, and with Ted Thompson’s theory to draft the best player left on the board, not to mention the desire (or need) to keep their best player on the field for all 16 regular season games as well as the postseason, upgrading the depth at offensive tackle via the draft doesn’t seem like a bad idea. With that said, take a look at these top 10 offensive tackles in the 2014 NFL Draft.

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  • Morgan Mundane

    Not if you lost your 16 free agensts. You don’t have that many draft picks for fill just those holes let alone get healthy. Your now absolutely worst case scenario drafting unrestricted’s and forcing them to play first string againg top free agents from the Lions, Bears and Vikings. Packers are a team in deep deep do do.