Rodgers acknowledges Packers’ lack of O-line depth
Rodgers says line is "a little thinner" than in past years
GREEN BAY, Wis. — As far as Aaron Rodgers is concerned, the five big guys who will line up in front of him Sunday compare favorably with any offensive line he has played behind during his time in Green Bay.
But when it comes to the Packers’ offensive line depth, Rodgers acknowledges that they’re probably “a little thinner” than in years past.
That raises the question of what a significant injury to one of those five starters might do to a team once again expected to contend for the Super Bowl.
If either starting tackle got hurt, T.J. Lang would likely have to move over from left guard. Lang said he’ll do whatever it takes — but he hopes all five starters stay healthy all season.