The Green Bay Packers will likely field one of the finest offenses across the NFL. While their offensive starters are the cream of the crop, quarterback Aaron Rodgers is also impressed with the team's depth at every position.
"I think the second unit is really a good unit," Rodgers said, via Tom Silverstein of the Journal Sentinel. "I think that offensive line for that second unit is as good as we've had here in awhile. And then you've got (receivers) Myles (White) and Ty (Montgomery) out there making a lot of plays And then we have a couple of good young tight ends, so it's a good second unit."
While the Packers are certainly loaded at the wide receiver position, they also have experienced backups along the offensive line, including Don Barclay, JC Tretter, Lane Taylor and Garth Gerhart. The situation is similar at running back, with sixth-year pro James Starks backing up Eddie Lacy.
The Packers are planning a Super Bowl run in 2015, and this depth will be key for overcoming the inevitable injuries along the way.
(h/t Journal Sentinel)