Despite finishing last season at 15-1 and shattering numerous records, the Green Bay Packers still came up short as the defending champions.
Many of their flaws had been masked by their all-time great passing game lead by MVP Aaron Rodgers. However, if the Packers want to get back on track to winning a second Super Bowl in three years, they'll need to make some improvements.
Green Bay's most obvious needs are on defense, particularly the pass rush. Ted Thompson finally went out and signed a couple free agents to address some needs for once, bringing in defensive end Anthony Hargrove and five-time Pro Bowl center Jeff Saturday.
With the outside linebacker spot opposite Clay Matthews still vacant, it is safe to say that position will also be a priority.