Running Backs: 4 (10/53)
Running back is easily one of the deepest positions for the Green Bay Packers entering the 2020 season. Aaron Jones was finally freed in the offense under Matt LaFleur and had a dominant 2019. He rushed for over 1,000 yards and had 19 total touchdowns. He comes in as the sure-fire starter for Green Bay in 2020.
After that, things get interesting. Jamaal Williams should end up making the team, as he’s been reliable in every part of the game. Williams is a bruiser between the tackles, a safety net in the passing game, and is an excellent pass blocker. He may not get as many touches this year, but the Packers should have faith in him in tough spots.
The Packers selected Boston College back A.J. Dillon in the second round of the 2020 draft, signaling a shift in philosophy for the offense. Dillon was extremely productive in college despite facing loaded boxes week in and week out. He’s an early-down bruiser but showed off his elite athleticism at the combine.
Tyler Ervin may not be recognizable to most, but he made a statement in Green Bay last season. He was effective returning punts and showed he can contribute to the running game, ripping a couple of big gains off motion last year.