Muhammad Wilkerson signed with the Green Bay Packers this offseason after a couple disappointing seasons with the New York Jets.
At his best, Wilkerson had a pair of double-digit sack seasons at a position that typically doesn’t generate that kind of production. In Green Bay, he’s reunited with Mike Pettine, who was the Jets’ defensive coordinator for Wilkerson’s first two seasons in the NFL.
Playing on a one-year “prove-it” deal, will the Packers get the best version of Wilkerson? Andy Herman will discuss at 9:50 AM in the “Film Room.”
“Good Wilkerson” plays at an All-Pro level.
— Ben Fennell (@BenFennell_NFL) March 14, 2018
“Bad Wilkerson” does not play at an All-Pro level.
This is where Wilkerson needs to be better. Just not great effort here. McCaffrey might have broke this anyway but you expect more from Mo here either way. pic.twitter.com/zueWIH6IgL
— Andy Herman (@SconnieSports) June 14, 2018