There aren't any guarantees that going all-in works out as planned but with an aging quarterback I would have liked Gutekunst to at least give it a try.
I think you are one that agrees with me on this. When we look back on Rodgers final years in Green Bay, most are going to talk about the Super Bowls that "he" (the team) didn't win. While a dominating defense would have been great, TT and Gute both tried to build that, but somewhat failed. Blame it on bad DC's or just bad draft picks, but it never happened.
However, in my mind, the number one issue since Gute has taken over, has been the receiving room. Season after season we have watched the room slowly empty out of talent, while the front office used most if it's draft assets on the defense. The only thing that really saved the offense was Rodgers and to some extent Davante. Really, Rodgers was his own worst, unintentional enemy with this one. He was good enough to make below average receivers, that had been with the team several years, look ok.
I don't know when Rodgers is done in GB, but whether it is this season or 2030, the Packers really need to improve on their offensive passing weapons, both the TE and WR positions.