Saw this while viewing PFF website and was surprised to see the PACKERS ranked this low;
- Green Bay Packers
2017 pass-blocking efficiency: 78.2
Best individual PBE: David Bakhtiari, 98.0
The Packers ended the 2016 campaign ranked first among teams with a PBE of 84.8, but 2017 was a different story, as their PBE rating of 78.2 saw them slide all the way down to 17th. This can be attributed to the fact that the Packers offensive line was one of the most fluid units in the NFL last year, with eight different players logging at least 100 pass-block snaps. The star of the show, as expected, was left tackle David Bakhtiari. Over the course of his career, Bakhtiari has logged 2,900 pass block snaps, and if compared to tackles with at least 2,500 pass-block snaps during the PFF era, he’s allowed the ninth-fewest sacks (22), the fewest quarterback hits (16), the fewest quarterback hurries (95) and the fewest total pressures (133). The 2017 season was likely a blip on the radar for this talented unit and if they can stay healthy in 2018, you can expect them to be near the top of this list a season from now.