The shocking loss of the Green Bay Packers in the divisional round of the NFC playoffs revealed some holes that must be filled in order for the Packers to get back to the Super Bowl. With plenty of players at the end of their contracts, the Packers have some tough decisions to make.
Offensively, the Packers need to keep as many playmakers as they can in an attempt to replicate the historic numbers put up this past season. Defensively, more changes need to be made in order to get the Packers back to a top-tier defense.
Under general manager Ted Thompson, the Packers have been very quiet in free agency outside of retaining their own players. While big free agency spending hasn't been the norm, the free agency signings of Charles Woodson and Ryan Pickett definitely helped propel the team to a new level.
This offseason, the Packers should focus on resigning some of their own free agents, consider bringing in some veteran talent via free agency and continue to build through the draft.