2020 NFL Power Rankings: Green Bay Packers
Throughout the 2020 NFL season, we will compile a consensus NFL Power Rankings that averages the rankings of all 32 NFL teams.
Here is where the Green Bay Packers rank in terms of average, best and worst:
- Average ranking: 4.0 (4th)
- Best ranking: 4th (Multiple)
- Worst ranking: 4th (Multiple)
Below you will find a Week 14 roundup for the Packers in our consensus 2020 NFL Power Rankings.
The Athletic -- Rank: 4
Best-case scenario: They earn the top seed in the NFC. The Packers are in excellent position, considering they own the tiebreaker over the Saints on account of a head-to-head victory, so they just need to pick up one game on New Orleans. The Packers' remaining schedule includes just one matchup against an opponent currently slated to make the playoffs (the Titans in Week 16). They are now 22-6 under Matt LaFleur. If Green Bay can take care of business down the stretch, it has a great chance of earning a first-round bye.
CBS Sports -- Rank: 4
They made it interesting late against the Eagles, but the game wasn't that close. Their offense is potent.
USA Today -- Rank: 4
According to Pro Football Focus, QB Aaron Rodgers, WR Davante Adams, LT David Bakhtiari and C Corey Linsley all rank No. 1 league-wide at their respective positions.
ESPN -- Rank: 4
Person with most at stake: Defensive coordinator Mike Pettine
Is the Packers' defense rounding into form or did it just feast on two struggling quarterbacks/offenses in the Bears' Mitchell Trubisky and the Eagles' Carson Wentz? How the Packers hold up on defense will determine how far they can go in the playoffs and even whether coach Matt LaFleur sticks with Pettine or ponders a change. -- Rob Demovsky
NFL.com -- Rank: 4
The Packers were in cruise control on Sunday against the Eagles. Aaron Rodgers threw three touchdown passes (making him the fastest ever to 400 career TDs), Davante Adams made a couple more trips to the end zone, Aaron Jones put the game away with a gorgeous 77-yard score, and the Green Bay defense harassed poor Carson Wentz all the way to the bench in a 30-16 win. Back to Rodgers: With four weeks to play in the regular season, we give the 37-year-old the slight edge over Patrick Mahomes in the NFL MVP race. That's quite remarkable when you remember that Rodgers was widely viewed as a star in decline when this season began. Don't believe me? Go check where he went in your fantasy draft. I'll wait.
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