Green Bay Packers 2022 Fantasy Breakdown

Packers Futures (Super Bowl +1200, NFC Champion +500, Division -170)

2021 Record: 13-4

Key Additions / Departures
Signings / ResigningsNotable Draft PicksDepartures
WRAllen LazardLBQuay WalkerWRDavante Adams
WRSammy WatkinsDTDevonte WyattEdgeZa’Darius Smith
CBRasul DouglasWRChristian WatsonOLBilly Turner
LBDe’Vondre CampbellOLSean RhyanWRMarquez Valdes-Scantling
WRRomeo Doubs
Offensive Depth Charts (with Phantasia Sports ADP Rankings – PPR)
QBAaron RodgersAaron Rodgers (76.6)
RBAaron Jones / AJ DillonAaron Jones (15.4) / AJ Dillon (56.3)
WR1Davante AdamsAllen Lazard (101.3)
WR2Allen LazardSammy Watkins (175.7)
WR3Marquez Valdes-ScantlingRandall Cobb (155.8)
WR4Randall CobbRomeo Doubs (164.4)
TERobert TonyanRobert Tonyan (149.8)

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Aaron Rodgers. Need I say more? He is really, really good. Like him or hate him, he’s coming off back to back MVP performances and doesn’t seem to be slowing down any time soon. Rodgers threw for 4,115 yards and 37 touchdowns to just 4 interceptions in the Packers 2021 campaign. Aaron Jones and AJ Dillon hope to continue to build the resume for the top 1-2 back combo in the league. The team is returning three separate players who are all significant to the construction of this roster. David Bakhtiari looks to return as one of the best left tackles in all of football and Robert Tonyan is hoping to add double-digit touchdown upside into the 2022 offense. Jaire Alexander looks to return to all-pro form to help a defense that got way better with the addition of first round draft pick Quay Walker.


169 targets. 123 receptions. 1,553 yards. 11 touchdowns. Unless you’ve been living under a rock, that’s what this offense will be missing from last season in Davante Adams. This receiving core has the potential to be very, very bad. The Pack are hoping they have a number one receiver developed in Allen Lazard. Randall Cobb has an extremely long history with the four time MVP and Sammy Watkins was once considered an elite option in the wide receiver room but both are on the tail ends of their careers. The combination of Amari Rodgers, Christian Watson, and Romeo Doubs are center stage with very large numbers to try to fill from last year’s high powered offense.


I am a Packer fan through and through. A lot of people would have probably ranked the wide receiver room as the ugliest part of this Packers team. I’m going to dig deeper here. Special teams. The Packers have consistently been one of the worst special teams units in all of football, last year ranking dead last. In November of 2021, the team cut their long snapper, who at the time was PFF’s lowest-graded long-snapper, and the position never got any better (arguably it got worse). They also started training camp with three kickers on the roster to put pressure on the recently inconsistent and aging Mason Crosby. This special teams unit needs significant improvement for the Packers to take the step forward in 2022.

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Aaron JonesADP 17.8 – Round 2
AJ DillonADP 62.3 – Round 5/6
Allen LazardADP 74.1 – Round 5/6
Aaron RodgersADP 111.7 – Round 8/9
Romeo DoubsADP 135.9 – Round 11