Rookie Romeo Doubs’s dominant performance against Tampa Bay is enough to make the Green Bay Packers happy. Especially quarterback Aaron Rodgers.

Considering the wide receiver core in it’s current disarray, it’s easy to see why. WR Sammy Watkins is on injured reserve with a hamstring injury, and second-round pick Christian Watson is dealing with a similar injury. As well as Allen Lazard (ankle) and Randall Cobb (foot).

It’s a welcomed sign. Rodgers has been vocal of his displeasure with his wideouts and expects more from them. After losing Davante Adams, the need for WR’s to step up has been obvious.

While the potential emergence of Doubs helps, there could be even more help available for the Packers offense.

New York Giants WR Kenny Golladay has voiced his displeasure in his lack of use in the offense. According to a report from’s Ian Rapoport, he might be looking for Greener pastures.

In the report, Rapoport relay’s Golladay’s displeasure and what it would mean if traded.

“As of now, the situation is tenable. If Golladay becomes disgruntled or his relationship with New York becomes more of a problem, the Giants may take action. A release would be a last resort.

A trade, however, is possible. Simply, the Giants would eat much of the salary, allowing another team to trade for an effectively low-cost Golladay.”

If the Giants were able to eat the majority of Golladay’s contract, this could be possible. The Green Bay Packers would have to restructure his deal in order to fit. Golladay’s cap hit for the next two seasons is over $21 million, and would require some cap gymnastics.

Considering the draft compensation WR’s go for, the Packers would also have to shell out worthy compensation to make it work. Adams, Tyreek Hill and AJ Brown were all dealt for  a first-round pick and extra compensation attached.

Would the Packers be willing to take on Golladay’s deal to make Rodgers happy and improve the passing attack? The NFC is having a clear down year and the Green Bay Packers could easily take over with some more fire power.

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