The Packers are explosive and dynamic offensively in the passing game. The biggest question surrounds James Starks ability to provide enough punch in the running game.
Quarterback: Aaron Rodgers is at the top of the heap as far as fantasy value goes. The best in the business is coming off a 45 touchdown season where he threw for 4,600 yards while completing nearly 70 percent of his passes. Those numbers may dip a little this season, but it won't be by much. Expect a 40+ touchdown season with over 4,500 yards.
Draftability: Without question a first round pick in standard drafts. The top quarterback on our cheat sheet.
Running Back: The biggest question the Packers have surrounds their running game. The carries were nearly split last year between Ryan Grant and James Starks with 134 and 133. With Grant out of the picture, can Starks become the number one guy? As a team, the Packers only scored 12 touchdowns on the ground last season.
Draftability: With as dynamic as this offense is the blueprint for the offense will remain the same as it did a season ago. Starks may get more carries, but does that equate to fantasy value? Starks' average draft position currently sits in the 6th round.
Wide Receivers/Tight Ends: Choose your weapon. Jordy Nelson, Greg Jennings, Jermichael Finley, James Jones, Donald Driver? Other than Nelson and Jennings, the others don't have elite fantasy value, but they do have value as bye week guys or flex receivers. Nelson picked up 68 catches for 1,200 yards and 15 touchdowns becoming Rodgers favorite target. Jennings scored nine times on his 67 receptions last season.
Draftability: Jennings is a solid second round pick while Nelson is a third or fourth rounder depending on how fast receivers are jumping off the board. Nelson is the perfect #2 in a "do the opposite" type of scenario.
Kicker: Mason Crosby was reliable making 24 of 28 field goals and 68 of 69 extra points.
Draftability: If you want points, Crosby is one of a handful of kickers who will consistently get them. The Packers ability to score touchdowns takes away from his field goal attempts, but are you going to argue with 68 extra points?