Former Green Bay Packers offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett joined the Denver Broncos as their head coach.
That hiring might have enticed quarterback Aaron Rodgers to join the team in the Mile High City.
However, the reigning league MVP decided to stay in Green Bay after signing a three-year, $150 million deal.
Having Rodgers back is a plus for new Packers offensive coordinator Adam Stenavich.
However, here’s what Stenavich wants the Packers’ offense to do.
What does new Packers offensive coordinator Adam Stenavich want the offense to have? “Speed and physicality. The best offenses in the league, they play fast, they stretch the field and they run the ball.” pic.twitter.com/cQmlQk7sKE
— Rob Demovsky (@RobDemovsky) May 17, 2022
ESPN NFL Nation Reporter Rob Demovsky tweeted that Stenavich wants his unit to have “speed and physicality.”
Stenavich added, “The best offenses in the league, they play fast, they stretch the field and they run the ball.”
In terms of stretching the field, Watkins will be their guy.
He might not be as fast as Adams, but he is still a serviceable wideout.
Lazard could also have a breakout season after player under Adams’ shadow for years.
With Rodgers at the helm, stretching the field shouldn’t be a problem given his accuracy.
He throws the ball where it needs to be, which often results into big gains or touchdowns.
Green Bay’s Solid Run Game
Luckily, the Packers have a 1-2 backfield punch in AJ Dillon and Aaron Jones.
Last season, Jones finished with 799 yards and four touchdowns.
Meanwhile, Dillon added 803 yards and five touchdowns.
Therefore, Stenavich has all the elements needed to make the Packers offense remain dominant.
Given how little change there was with their NFC North rivals, entering the playoffs is a walk in the park.