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  1. 2019 Draft Discussion

    To anyone smarter than I, does Dre’mont Jones fit into this system?
  2. Week 11 GDT: GB @ Seattle TreeSloths

    Issue here becomes teams having a bye week right before the playoffs. I believe the last Thursday night game is week 16. Can’t have a team with a bye that close to the playoffs, while other teams in contention may not have a bye after week 8. Obviously it’s somewhat random, but the NFL/Fox isn’t going to want the jets and Bills every week. They want matchups like tonight and last week
  3. Mid-Season Mock-o-rama

    Gruden was a 40 year old coach showing great promise coming off the “Tuck Rule” game with a senile owner. Essentially he was a hot commodity McCarthy will be 55 coming off (possibly) back to back losing seasons and demonstrates a heavy reliance on a generational QB(s) for success. I like McCarthy but he’s not going to be a tradeable asset. BB, Mcvay, Payton and maybe Peterson are coaches that someone would trade worthwhile pick(s) for
  4. Mid-Season Mock-o-rama

    You’re right. That’s a mistake on my part. Corrected
  5. Mid-Season Mock-o-rama

    Disclaimer: The last time I did one of these, I used our first round pick on Nate Solder. I'm bored, my wife is working a 12, and it's raining too much to do yard work. I'm ball parking all contracts and draft slots, don't stress if they're super off. Just pretend they don't even exist. REMAINDER OF THE SEASON MIA - W @SEA - L @MIN - L ARI - W ATL - L @CHI - L @NYJ - W DET - L 6-9-1 December 31, 2018 - BLACK MONDAY Following an extremely disappointing 2018 campaign, Mike McCarthy and Mark Murphy, GM Brian Gutekunst have their end of the year sit down. Mike asks Mark for a contract extension, as to avoid lame duck status heading into the 2019 season. Brian is uncomfortable with this, citing the fact that the Packers have regressed every year since the 2014 NFCCG and he would prefer Mike demonstrate his ability to lead a team built by himself to the playoffs. McCarthy cites that all of the blame for the recent failures of the Packers should not all be placed in his lap, as the former GM Teddy T clearly struggled to replenish this roster as necessary in his final years in the position. Mike closes his argument by stating "Let's just state the facts, I'm a highly successful NFL head coach". After a tense and heated exchange, all parties decide it is best to part ways and seek out a fresh start. BREAKING NEWS: Green Bay Packers fire HC Mike McCarthy Throughout the playoffs, Gute and Mark Murphy seek out the best and brightest candidates for the couching vacancy of the Green Bay Packers. Keeping with recent tradition, the vast majority of these candidates are named "Mike". Including Tyson, Trout and Myers. However, following the divisional round exit of the Minnesota Vikings, Green Bay is granted permission to interview John Eugene DeFilippo. John's ability to scheme and create mismatches using the talent at hand to have success, instead of relying on the arm of a generational talent are too enticing to pass up for both the short-term and long-term benefit of the organization. BREAKING NEWS: Green Bay hires MIN OC DeFilippo as HC. Mike Pettine is retained as DC. FREE AGENCY Clay Matthews OLB - gone Randall Cobb WR - gone Muhammad Wilkerson DE Retained - 1 Yr 3.5 Mil Marcedes Lewis TE gone Lance Kendricks TE gone Byron Bell RT gone Davon House CB gone Bashaud Breeland CB Retained - 1 Yr 2.5 Mil Korey Toomer ILB gone Ibraheim Campbell SS gone Jake Ryan ILB Retained 3 Yr 10 Mil Geronimo Allison WR Retained - 2nd Round Tender Lucas Patrick G Retained Justin McCray G Retained Tre Carson RB gone Kentrell Brice S Retained Reggie Gilbert DE Retained Robert Tonyan Jr. WR gone Jake Kumerov WR Retained Tyler Lancaster DT Retained Gute enters the offseason with ~40 Mil to spend after not retaining some big names in recent Packer lore. With that, he is able to address some holes that have been neglected in recent years by his predecessor. The Green Bay Packers Sign Jesse James, TE - 4 Yr/16 Mil The Green Bay Packers Sign Markus Golden, DE/OLB 4 Yr/22 Mil The Green Bay Packers Sign Earl Thomas, FS 3 Yr/25 Mil The Draft The Green Bay Packers enter the 2019 draft with the following picks 1(12), 1(30), 2(44), 3(76), 4(112), 4(119), 5(161), 6(201), 6(208), 7(240) Round 1(12) Gute sees all of the blue chippers come off the board before he picks, and was unwilling to meet the cost of ascending into the top 8. With that being said, Gute acknowledges that we have multiple holes on this team and sees an opportunity to acquire more draft picks. Trade - Green Bay Trades their 1st Rd pick, #12 overall to TEAM X for their 1st Rd Pick, #15 overall and 4th Rd Pick, # 116 overall. Round 1(15) With the 15th pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, The Green Bay Packers Select - Josh Allen, EDGE, Kentucky Round 1(30) With the 30th pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, The Green Bay Packers Select - David Edwards, OT, Wisconsin Round 2(44) Gute sees the last player he has in his second tier falling and decides to make a move to swoop him up. Trade. The Green Bay Packers trade Round 2 pick 44, Round 4 pick 116 acquired from Team X, and Round 6 pick 201 to Team Y for Pick 2 38. Round 2(38) The Green Bay Packers Select - Chase Winovich, EDGE, Michigan Round 3(76) The Green Bay Packers Select - Paris Campbell Jr, WR Ohio State Round 4(112) The Green Bay Packers select - Michael Jordan, OG/C Ohio State Round 4(119) The Green Bay Packers Select - Isaiah Johnson, CB Houston Round 5(161) The Green Bay Packers Select - J.R. Reid - S, Georgia Round 6(208) The Green Bay Packers select - Tyler Petite TE, USC Round 7(240) The Green Bay Packers select - Jalen Dalton, DE/DT North Carolina UDFA Focus attention on 3rd down RB, FB, move TE, MLB, return specialist
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