The Green Bay Packers and Blake Martinez went 13-3 in the 2019 regular season and will play in the NFC Championship Game this weekend.

That means they are just two wins away from being Super Bowl champions. With that in mind, they clearly have some pretty big things to look forward to. It's safe to assume Green Bay likely isn't worried about upcoming free agents just yet.

That being said, there are certainly players that should have already caught their attention. One of those is Blake Martinez.

The Packers must re-sign Blake Martinez in free agency this offseason. As dramatic as it sounds, the defense needs him if they want to continue on this path to becoming one of the best units in the NFL.

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The linebacker has spent all four of his seasons in the NFL with the Packers. And he certainly has thrived in that time.

Blake Martinez posted 69 tackles and one sack in 13 games his rookie year. That's the only time in his entire career he's had less than 144 tackles, seriously.

The next two years saw Blake Martinez rack up 144 tackles each. That included a career-high eight pass deflections in 2017 and a career-high five sacks in 2018.

Then this year Blake Martinez set a new high in tackles with 155 (five for loss). He also had three sacks, one forced fumble, one interception, and two pass deflections.

It's pretty obvious that Blake Martinez can put up the numbers. He's also one of the main leaders of the defense. Always in the middle of plays, just watch a game and you can see how important he is to the team.

There are arguments that Blake Martinez is just a linebacker. Plug anyone in there and they can put up at least similar numbers.

However, there has also been a notable turnaround in the defense since Martinez has gotten there. And the talent and potential of the defense hit a new high in 2019. It is no coincidence that Martinez was in the middle of it all.

Most importantly with Blake Martinez though, he likely won't break the bank just yet. Don't get me wrong, the linebacker will not come cheap. He's not going to take the max either.

Who knows, maybe Martinez will be asking for the world. That just does not seem likely though. In reality, the Packers are a perfect fit for Martinez. The defense allows him to play his game and maximize his strengths.

Due to that, it would benefit everyone involved for a deal to be made. Blake Martinez gets paid and plays in a great system for his talents, while the Packers get their man.

Now make it happen.