5 big questions Green Bay Packers face entering week two
2. Will Jon Runyan play vs. Chicago Bears?
So, the right tackle situation has left the right guard situation in flux. Now, they also have a left guard situation to deal with. Jon Runyan had been steady, but he suffered a concussion and missed half of the game.
No one can get cleared this quick, so it is not a surprise he is not practicing. Still, it is also not a good sign. Zach Tom stepped in and did fine, but he would be a rookie making his first NFL start. Beyond that, as we noted, it may be better if they started Tom at right guard, and Runyan at left guard, but with Runyan unavailable, they have to continue to roll with Hanson at right guard.
The entire offensive line is a mess. The only stable spot is Josh Myers at center, but he is coming off of season-ending surgery in his rookie season, which is why they started Lucas Patrick last year. Myers is a huge question himself.
Armon Watts played against Green Bay last season and may be licking his chops thinking this is his juiciest matchup against Aaron Rodgers yet.