It’s stock watch time following the Green Bay Packers’ 23-7 loss to the Minnesota Vikings in Week 1.
WR Christian Watson: Yeah, he dropped the 75-yard touchdown. He certainly had a mental error or two
he also displayed elite speed and dangerous ability as a vertical threat, giving him real potential as a difference-maker in 2022.
The Packers started him, dialed up a shot play for him on the first snap and eventually played him 40 snaps
LB Quay Walker: He had some issues early and eventually left with a minor shoulder injury,
but Walker was flying around the field and making plays sideline to sideline.
his eight tackles, five were considered “stops” by PFF, including three in the passing game.
Packers RBs: Aaron Jones only got eight touches, but the Packers running back pair still showed why they’ll be the heartbeat of the offense in 2022.
Jones turned his eight touches into 76 yards, while A.J. Dillon produced 91 total yards and a score on 15 touches.
Matt LaFleur and Aaron Rodgers will get Jones and Dillon more than 23 touches in most games.