The Packers offensive line has been a mess this season. Last week especially highlighted the ineptitude that is on the line right now. Since Sunday, the theories have been swirling of what changes the Packers will make on the offensive line. Former Packers tackle Bryan Bulaga shares his solution for the Packers offensive line.
Former Packers Tackle Bryan Bulaga Shares Solution For Offensive Line
Bulaga thinks Elgton back at LG, Runyan at RG and either Yosh or Zach Tom at RT. https://t.co/HHTY8lurgf
— Zach Kruse (@zachkruse2) October 20, 2022
In a recent interview, the offensive line play was a big topic of discussion. Bulaga is familiar with offensive line play and a lot of the players on the line. He thinks that the Packers line needs a huge shake up. He states that Elgton Jenkins should move back to left guard. This is where Bulaga feels Jenkins has had the most success. That would move Jon Runyan Jr. to right guard and then either Yosh Nijman or rookie Zach Tom to right tackle. This is a pretty big shake up that Bulaga is proposing. However, at this point maybe that’s what the Packers need.
A Big Change Is Needed
There are problems elsewhere but everything starts on the line. The Packers could have the best wide receivers in the game but if there is no time to throw, there is not much that Aaron Rodgers can do. While everyone in Packers nation has opinions on what the offensive line configuration should be, Bryan Bulaga’s opinion should be listened to. He has experienced this team and this position. Who knows what head coach Matt LaFleur and his staff are thinking but hopefully some big changes are coming.
I love Bulaga’s idea. Jenkins isn’t a tackle. I commend him for being so willing to go to other positions but he is a guard. Jenkins moving back to the left side would mean that him and David Bakhtiari would form a solid left side of the line. It will be interesting to see what line up the Packers bring out on Sunday versus the Commanders.