Former Green Bay Packers offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett has joined the Denver Broncos as their head coach.
The appointment could tempt quarterback Aaron Rogers to join the team at Mile High City.
However, the ruling league MVP has decided to stay in Green Bay after signing a three-year, $ 150 million deal.
The new Packers’ return to Rogers is a plus for offensive coordinator Adam Stanavich.
Even if the team loses to the Las Vegas Raiders at Davante Adams, Rogers can still deliver the ball to Randall Cobb, Allen Lazard and Sammy Watkins.
However, here’s what Stanavich Packers’ offense wants to do.
What crime does the new Packers offensive coordinator Adam Stanavich want to commit? “Speed and physique. The best offense in the league, they play fast, they expand the field and they run the ball. pic.twitter.com/cQmlQk7sKE
– Rob Demovsky (@RobDemovsky) May 17, 2022
ESPN NFL Nation reporter Rob Demovsky tweeted that Stanavich wanted to keep his unit “speed and physique”.
Stanavich added, “The best offense in the league is that they play fast, they expand the field and they run the ball.”
In terms of field expansion, Watkins will be their guy.
He may not be as fast as Adams, but he is still a serviceable wideout.
The Lazard could have had a breakout season even after years of playing in Adams’ shadow.
Under Rogers, stretching the field should not be a problem because of his precision.
He throws the ball where it is needed, which often turns into a big profit or touchdown.
Green Bay’s Solid Run Game
Offensive linemen like David Bakhtiari, John Runian and Elgton Jenkins help break their running backs with the gaps they create.
Fortunately, the Packers have 1-2 backfield punches in AJ Dillon and Aaron Jones.
Last season, Jones finished with 799 yards and four touchdowns.
Meanwhile, Dillon added 803 yards and five touchdowns.
Therefore, Stanavich has all the ingredients needed to keep the Packers offensive effective.
Considering how little has changed with their NFC North rivals, walking into the playoffs entering the playoffs.