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Best Case Scenario: Janoris Jenkins Plummets All the Way to the Second Round
Janoris Jenkins is a legitimate top-20 talent in this draft, but could see his stock drop after a variety of off-the-field issues. In fact, some teams may drop him off their board entirely.
The Packers could use help in the secondary and need to find the successor to Charles Woodson. Best case scenario, Jenkins keeps his head on straight and maximizes his potential.
Worst Case Scenario: Ted Thompson Becomes Infatuated with a Running Back
With the need on the defensive side of the ball, Green Bay should spend both their first two picks of the draft on defensive players, the exception maybe coming for a talented C.
The Packers have been projected to take a running back as high as the first round, but it makes little sense.
James Starks makes one-half of a running back committee, and we have yet to figure out what Alex Green can do. Taking a running back this high and the Packers would be neglecting more glaring needs.