Packers who are able to get well during a much-needed week off

The Green Bay Packers are focused on the Super Bowl and the bye week could be a blessing for them. 

Six other teams will be competing in the NFC Wild Card Round. The Green Bay Packers will have the opportunity to watch from home and relax while they wait. The Packers reclaimed the No. 1 seed after going 13-4 in the regular season. 1 seed.

Because it’s been such a long year, many Packers players will be in a position to rest and heal from injuries. Obviously, the list includes Aaron Rodgers and his toe, but he’s not the only one who’s glad to see the bye week arrive.

Za’Darius Smith returning will be massive for Green Bay

A big headliner here is pass-rusher Za’Darius Smith. The stud defensive player hasn’t seen the field since the season-opener, undergoing back surgery in the fall. Now, he’s on track to play in the Divisional Round. He’ll need to take a week off before he gets back into practice.

David Bakhtiari (stud left tackle) made his 2021 season debut in Week 18, going up against Detroit Lions. The ACL tore in the hoss around this time last season, but he persevered to make himself well. You already know he’ll benefit from the bye too.

The Packers are currently the favorite to win Super Bowl. This team has proved many haters wrong and Rodgers could win MVP honors for the second consecutive year. The NFC North champs are confident and will face no one in the coming month.