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  1. Evaluating Gutenkunst's first year

    Honestly, not very good. The maneuvering in the first to get Jaire and a future 1st was his highlight. Spent a decent amount of money in FA which on the whole was absolutely not worth the money spent. The trade of Randall for Kizer and negligible draft value addition doesn't look good either with Kizer looking inept. Tramon was probably the best FA signing, Byron Bell was probably the only one we got our money's worth. Getting rid of Jordy probably a push, but also keeping Cobb, in hindsight, turned out to be a giant waste of money too. Excited to see what he can do again this offseason, but if his draft and FA ventures this year are of the same caliber, we are going to talking about tanking for a top 10 pick again the last week or two. He's gotta do better or his tenure will be short.
  2. We certainly don't save that much trading Perry, he is remaining ~~10.1 remaining paid but not accrued bonus would come due in full this year. Guess I like that we got 5 first round caliber draft picks
  3. 2019 Draft Discussion

    Just enough for an all-pro offensive linemen. I'll take Jordy in the early 2nd and Bakhtiari in the 4th over Derrick sherrod.
  4. 2019 Draft Discussion

    Why not show pick 30 instead
  5. BF004 Mock Offseason v.007

    I like the 00 part of it, I’ll stop at 009
  6. BF004 Mock Offseason v.007

    https://www.profootballfocus.com/news/draft-pff-2019-nfl-mock-draft-3 According to the PFF mock here, I would have just missed out on Risner and Ximines. Honestly don’t think I’ve seen Ximines in the first in any other mocks to this point.
  7. The Travel Thread

    Going Koloa in like 2.5 weeks. Get to check out Phoenix too in June for work. Scotland is on our to do list, hopefully within 2-3 years.
  8. QB carousel 2019

    DeFilippo to Jacksonville makes it easy to connect the dots for Nick Foles.
  9. BF004 Mock Offseason v.007

    Thanks for your input. Vikings have lime 400k of cap space heading into the offseason, which doesn’t include rookies. They would have to make some hard choices to bring him back.
  10. BF004 Mock Offseason v.007

    https://www.pro-football-reference.com/play-index/tiny.fcgi?id=SgYmI He is already the 3rd worst clutch kicker since 2007, with guys with at least 7 pressure kicks, after Blair Walsh and Graham Gano. I'd say we've had our Parkey for 11 years and are paying him as the top kicker in the league.
  11. BF004 Mock Offseason v.007

    Jackson has played corner his whole career and played more corner this year than safety. Let him play corner. Safeties will look better with good corners, do also have 3rd rounder sitting there and still some potential in Josh Jones to play.
  12. BF004 Mock Offseason v.007

    A BF Mock v.007 Packers have an expected cap spaces of 41 million Packers going to work on setting a tone for having a tougher more run oriented offense, better special teams and faster more playmaking D And we're off Roster Moves Released Mason Crosby - 3.6 million in savings for a guy who is not performing like a top 3 kicker yet getting paid like one Nick Perry - Only 3.3 million in savings this year, which he is likely worth, however his 10.7 million salary still needs to be paid and releasing him now vs. next offseason will also save an additional 7.2 million on 2020's cap. Notable Not Retaineds Randall Cobb - Just not producing Clay Matthews - Clay gets a multi-year offer the Packers just can't match Retained Jake Ryan - 1 year, 1 million, can compete with Morrison for the 1 ILB/ST spot. Geronomo Allison - Back on his RFA tendered offer ** Packers now have 36 million (39 - 3 million rookie pool) to work with Free Agents - Woohoo!! Offseason Champs Kareem Jackson - 3 years 27 million - Texans have some big resigns and will have to let a few walk. Jackson already 31, but already having one of his best years. Playing both corner and safety this year, he has a 79.5 CB PFF grade for 2018, 14th overall. Packers pick him up to start at CB week 1 with a potential longer term move to safety a possibility. Looking to get 4 solid corners here so we can stop playing grocery baggers every December. Luke Stocker - 2 years 4 million - LaFleur brings in his TE from Tennessee, was the 6th ranked TE on PFF last year with a grade of 76.6. Good blocking TE, can play sort of a H-Back/TE type hybrid. TJ Yeldon - 1 year 2 million - Had a promising rookie year, Jacksonville has negative cap space heading into 2019 and he has worked under Nathanial Hackett before. Yeldon is a decent receiving back and a decent pass blocker. Aaron Jones is the man, but he hasn't proven he can stay healthy, need some capable depth at RB. Anthony Barr - 1 year 12 million A week or two into free agency, no one is offering Anthony Barr the huge contract he is looking for. Packers make a play at him for a prove it deal and let him play maybe his more natural position as a 3-4 OLB at 6'5" 255 and let him get after the QB more. Plus he will get to stick it to the Vikings NFL DRAFT 1 Arizona Cardinals Quinnen Williams 2 San Francisco 49ers Nick Bosa 3 New York Jets Jonah Williams 4 Oakland Raiders Josh Allen 5 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Greedy Williams 6 New York Giants Clelin Ferrel 7 Jacksonville Jaguars Byron Murhpy 8 Detroit Lions Ed Oliver 9 Buffalo Bills Rashan Gary 10 Denver Broncos Dwayne Haskins 11 Cincinnati Bengals Devin White **** TRADE *** Washington give 15 and their 3rd for 12 and the Packers 6th The Redskins move up ahead of Miami to get a QB. Round 1 - Pick 15 Dalton Risner - OT/OG - Kansas Sate - 6'5" 308 Should be day 1 starter at RG and possible long term replacement at RT, either way. Great power and hand technique, mauling run blocker. https://thedraftnetwork.com/2018/11/28/2019-nfl-draft-player-profile-dalton-risner/ Round 1 - Pick 30 Oshane Ximines - OLB - Old Dominion - 6'3" 247 Starting to move up some draft boards, I've seen him a few times in the early 2nd, think he could eventually be crawling into the 1st round. Combine will be important for him but I'll make the assumption he will test well. Has no shortage of flashy plays against lesser talent, 32.5 career sacks and 11 forced fumbles. Seems to play smart a lot, knows when screens are coming, knows when set back and try to knock down a pass, high football IQ https://thedraftnetwork.com/2018/12/18/2019-nfl-draft-player-profile-juan-thornhill/ Round 2 - Pick 12 Josh Oliver - TE - San Jose St - 6'5" 250 Nice Block Raw TE who finally came on his senior season. Big catch radius, great athlete for a TE and his size, very willing blocker albeit has some room to work there. Can line up anywhere, love how he catches the ball. Runs very nice routes https://thedraftnetwork.com/2019/01/13/2019-nfl-draft-player-profile-josh-oliver/ **** TRADE **** Packers give their 3rd and their 4th from Washington to move back into the 2nd round Round 2 - Pick 20 Jaylon Ferguson - OLB/DE - Louisiana Tech - 6'5" 269 - Sack 45 that broke the record - Look at those hands Broke the Terrell Suggs's FBS sack record with 45 career sacks. Great athlete for his size, stud run defender, has special hand technique in his rushing moves, long arms, really a lot to like about him. Wouldn't even be a little surprised if he ends up going in the 1st round. https://thedraftnetwork.com/2018/11/07/2019-nfl-draft-player-profile-jaylon-ferguson/ https://thedraftnetwork.com/2018/12/26/5-play-prospect-louisiana-tech-edge-jaylon-ferguson/ Round 3 - Pick 15 (From Washington) Lukas Denis - FS - Boston College - 5'11" 195 True centerfielder type. Not the best tackler, can't play man well, not very versatile, but a ball-hawking, fast safety. Great instincts, can cover a lot of ground, 9 interceptions an 16 PDs in 20 career games. https://thedraftnetwork.com/2018/12/23/2019-nfl-draft-player-profile-lukas-denis/ Round 4 - Pick 12 Anthony Ratliff-Williams - WR - North Carolina - 6'1" 205 - the block Physical WR who is great at making contested catches, doesn't let the body get into his body. Good special teamer as a gunner and a returner, doesn't seems like he has top end speed, but is quick and shifty https://thedraftnetwork.com/2018/08/05/2019-nfl-draft-player-profile-iman-marshall/ Round 5 - Pick 15 Dru Samia - T/G - Oklahoma - 6'5" 295 Starting RT as a freshman and played the last 3 years at guard. Elite athlete for the OL, great speed in the zone blocking scheme at Oklahoma. Needs to gain some weight, but still displays a lot of power. Lot to work with here, could be a real good player a few years down. https://thedraftnetwork.com/2018/12/11/2019-nfl-draft-play-profile-dru-samia/ Round 6 - Pick 12 Matt Gay - K - Utah - 6'1" 210 88% kicker last year, 30/34, made 2x56 yarders, consensus all american and Lou Groza winner for best kicker Round 7 - Pick 12 George Aston - FB - 6'0" 245 Good 'ol fashioned full back. Walk on LB at Pitt, converted to FB, stand out special teamer. Depth Chart Offense QB: Aaron Rodgers - Deshone Kizer - Tim Boyle RB: Aaron Jones - Jamal Williams - TJ Yeldon - George Aston WR1: Geronomo Allison - Marquez Valdez-Scantling - Anthony Ratliff-Williams WR2: Davante Adams - Equinimous St Brown - J'Mon Moore - Jake Kumerow TE: Jimmy Graham - Luke Stocker Robert Tonyan - Josh Oliver LT: David Bakhtiari - Jason Spriggs LG: Lane Taylor - Lucas Patrick C: Corey Linsley - RG: Dalton Risner - Justin McCray RT: Brian Bulaga - Dru Samia Defense LE: Mike Daniels - James Looney NT: Kenny Clark - Tyler Lancaster - RE: Dean Lowry - Montravious Adams LOLB: Kyler Fackrell - Jaylon Ferguson - Reggie Gilbert ILB: Oren Burks - Jake Ryan ILB: Blake Martinez - Antonio Morrison - James Crawford ROLB: Anthony Barr - Oshane Ximines - Kendall Donnerson CB1: Kevin King - Josh Jackson - CB2: Kareem Jackson - Tony Brown - Tony Brown CB3: Jaire Alexander - Ibraham Campbell - SS: Kentrell Brice - Josh Jones - Ibraheim Campbell FS: Tramon Williams - Lukas Denis - Defense K Matt Gay P JK Scott LS Hunter Bradley PR Jaire Alexander KR Anthony Ratliff-Williams
  13. His QB's will have been heading into the season, EJ Manuel, Kyle Orton, Blake Bortles, Aaron Rodgers One of these things is not like the other.
  14. LaFleur's Lieutenants - Coordinator/Staff Thread

    Thinking it is more likely his OC target is still playing, still wouldn’t mind seeing some rumors though. Waldron, Campbell maybe, Mike Kafka,