Kenny Clark, Mike Daniels, Dean Lowry, Montravius Adams, Letroy Guion, Ricky Jean-Francois
The Packers have a good combination of depth and talent. Mike Daniels is a standout force who can get into the backfield in a hurry. He is one of the more underrated interior linemen in the NFL and is right there with Linval Joseph and Akiem Hicks as the best in the division.
Kenny Clark is a former first round pick and started to play like it towards the end of his rookie season. The arrow is pointing up for Clark which should only help the unit. Guion is suspended for four games, but when they get him back their starting three is a great fit. Adams is a third round pick who may get a chance to see the field early due to the Guion suspension. He has a lot of sizes, and with the right coaching and in the right situation he can make an impact.
Lowry and Jean-Francois are both veterans with starting experience. The ability to have the bottom filled with the depth, the top with youth and draft picks and some big talent in Daniels, the unit is pretty strong.