- Tom Carpenter, Fantasy and Insider
Even though QB extraordinaire Aaron Rodgers missed seven games in 2013, the Green Bay Packers finished the season with the No. 6 passing attack, averaging 266.8 passing yards per game. With that in mind, you may not think that they would be in the market for a wide receiver during May's draft. However, their roster may be changing in the next couple of years, and GM Ted Thompson hasn't been shy in the past about targeting wideouts.