Green Bay Packers is halfway through the 2018 offense and we begin to get a good idea of which players are out and which players have more work to do in the next two weeks. There are a number of position matches in progress and it will be interesting to see which players make the original 53-man art to start the regular season.
On offensive, backup quarterback and wide recipient positions have been fun to watch. DeShone Kizer and Brett Hundley have watched sharply in the last two Preseason games and it is likely to come down to the last league in the last preeseason game to find out who will be QB No. 2. For wide recipients, Jake Kumerow has stood out in a big way while Marquez Valdes-Scantling shows a lot of promises.
Defensively, the out-of-line striker Reggie Gilbert has shown the last two weeks. However, after playing 2.5 bags in the win against Pittsburgh Steelers last week, he looks as if he is the No. 3 edge rusher behind Nick Perry and Clay Matthews.
Here's a look at Packer's 53-man roster projection at halfway through the preseason.