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  1. Bears sign S Ha-Ha Clinton-Dix

    https://m.cheeseheadtv.com/blog/grading-the-pack-haha-clinton-dix-blake-martinez-bonus-film-review-506 **edit, had wrong link Little more objective view here as he was still on the Packers the , some good and bad. Seems like he can turn it on when he wants, physically, but too often shy’s from contact and takes too many plays off. Not a bad signing at all for the price for Chicago.
  2. 2019 Free Agent Discussion

    More than likely, yes. At least more than I'd want to spend. I think we currently have like 10.5 million after Mercedes and accounting for rookies. Probably don't want to be spending more than like 4 million from here on out.
  3. 2019 Free Agent Discussion

    NFC North gun be big spenders next offseason. https://www.spotrac.com/nfl/cap/2020/
  4. 2019 Free Agent Discussion

    I don't think so, the previously mentioned Golden Tate though, he is very underrated by many, he is still a stud.
  5. 2019 Draft Discussion

    I generally kind of make two. I’ll straight out rank the guys how I think they will go in the draft (not really my personal preference), then a tier board for the Packers. Which is very packer position specific, i.e., there will be no QBs in the first 3 or 4 tiers.
  6. 2019 Draft Discussion

    Isn’t his production concerning? He was the 3rd best WR statistically on his team the last two years. I think Brown will be a better pro.
  7. 2019 Free Agent Discussion

    Sounding like >16 per for Smith
  8. 2019 Free Agent Discussion

    42 over 4 I think it should be closer to 32 over 4, but still <24 hours of FA .
  9. 2019 Free Agent Discussion

    I’ll guess 70 over 5 years, 32 guaranteed.
  10. 2019 Draft Discussion

    I honestly wouldn’t be surprised if he ends up in the tail end of round 2, his production and measureables are too good to last into the 4th, in my opinion.
  11. 2019 Draft Discussion

    Thanks for sharing always nice to see another set of eyes actually watching guys. I'll agree with you on Bush, not as splashy as White, but he is damn good, if not better. I similarly just went and watched a bunch of WR cuts. Stanley Morgan Jr came away as my favorite WR in this draft. He actually tested incredibly well as well.
  12. Dee Ford

    Dee Ford + Justin Houston + 4th 2nd + 6th + Nick Perry
  13. Dee Ford

    I'd prefer to target Houston, still playing at an incredibly high level, isn't quite the gamble, won't be as long term a deal, little to no compensation. I love that we have Mike Smith as OLB coach. Having an elite QB and Smith there gotta make GB at least somewhat appealing to either Ford or Houston. But I could live with Ford. I would hope a contract extension is closer to 16-17 per for 5 years, not the 19 sportrac was predicting although that really kind of the going rate for the 2nd tier of edge guys. But I've seen around twitter, 44 and either or 5th or 6th for Ford and their 3rd or 4th. I could live with that. Solidifying our edge spot, free'ing up pick 12 a lot for BPA, and essentially just looking for a possible guard/tackle option in the 4th round instead of the 2nd, strangely almost more appealing for GB.
  14. 2019 Free Agent Discussion

    Pettine coached him in Cleveland when he lead the NFL in picks with 6 in 2014 which helped lead to him getting that big contract. Nathanial Hackett was with him the last two years in Jacksonville as well. We should have a idea if he is someone we want or not.
  15. 2019 Draft Discussion

    I always want all the picks from like 18-25, trade back from 12 and trade up again from 30. Short of getting Oliver or Jonah at 12, assuming Allen, Bosa and Williams are all long gone .
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