1. Green Bay Packers
Elgton Jenkins, Corey Linsley, Billy Turner,
Lane Taylor, Jon Runyan, Simon Stepniak
Corey Linsley has been the definition of consistent in Green Bay. He started as a rookie and has been with the team for the past six years, starting ever year. Linsley did not play 16 games in only two seasons but played 13 and nine in those years.
He is strong in both areas and has a clear report with Aaron Rodgers. Cody Whitehair may be a more impressive athlete, but with his snapping issues, and moving around, Linsley is the most consistent.
Beyond that, the Packers found something in Elgton Jenkins. He had an excellent rookie season and was a solid prospect coming out. His upside seems higher, and his rookie year was better than the past two seasons of Daniels.
Lastly, Billy Turner is about average and is overpaid for his play. However, until the Bears prove they have a right guard, he has to be considered slightly better. Not only that, Lane Taylor is coming off of injury but was a three-year starter.
However, Jenkins took advantage of his injury and never looked back. Still, Taylor is better than the Bears. They also drafted Runyan and Stepniak, who are better than the Bears late-round rookie additions at this juncture.