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  1. 2020 NFL Draft Discussion

    If we’re going in on giving us the best chance to win during Rodgers’ twilight years. Offensive line is the smart play. Receivers aren’t typically difference makers during years 1&2 and a lot of arguments can be made that great QB’s don’t need an elite receiver corps to win, but what they do need is time in the pocket. Keep Rodgers upright, prolong his health, establish a running attack, keep play calls not overly predictable.
  2. TEs in the McCarthy/Rodgers System

    I like the 2011 offense, the 95-97 offense but I also the Ahmad green offense. I guess I like when there is a run/pass balance except for 2011 and that was just a passing. Offense clicking!
  3. TEs in the McCarthy/Rodgers System

    The offense has just too often in recent years lacked rhythm and last year was felt especially pronounced. When you are so predictable and narrow in your offensive attack, without elite talents, you make the opposing defense's job easier as their jobs are simplified. A compounding nightmare of trying to force chunk production out of receivers and get splash scores instead of taking what is being given
  4. rank the roster: 2019 edition (#9) (complete)

    Is it positional value? Is it replacement depth on roster? Is it perception? Other players are viewed just that highly? Why is Corey Linsley so low for some people? not just anyone can step in and play center. Denver had McGovern who’s been a decent starter at guard the last few years just bomb when he tried filling in at center and how Elflein did in Minnesota or Price in Cincinnati. Linsley should at least be in the discussion after Frederick, Kelce and Hudson.
  5. rank the roster: 2019 edition (#8) (complete)

    Amos. I’ll switch my vote to keep this moving
  6. Keep One/Delete One

    Keeping GM Brian Gutekunst bye HC Matt LaFluer Keeping DC Pettine bye OC Nathanial Hackett. Nothing against Hackett, I just want to give Pettine a chance to see his scheme operate after getting a year of installation and player fits Keeping LT David Bahktiari bye NT Kenny Clark - tough, incredibly tough as Clark is so you g and already so good that he’s just getting his man strength now but Bahktiari Has been deserving to be in the all pro discussion for a couple years now Keeping K Mason Crosby bye P JK Scott one I could have gone either way on but for now I’m keeping the prove if old kicker vs A nothing special punter Keeping Helmet bye Jersey - Jerseys can change, they often do, but with the NFL’s one helmet rule, every single game is played in the same helmet but not the same jersey (home, away, alt, color rush). Keeping Colors bye Nickname - both have been around for a long time and while the nickname has historic purpose being that they’re named after the Indian Packing Company who gave Curly Lambeau the money to buy jerseys and organize the team. The Green and Gold is more iconic even if it isn’t the greatest color combination out there.
  7. Come see the LASED

    LASED does look sharp!
  8. This Aint Packers Talk v69

    I need explanations!!! A shot putt, you’re Talking about 50-60 feet. Feel you have to be kind of oblivious to get hit by one. i am really curious how you hit yourself in the face with a discus and it isn’t your fault. edit: I found the explanation on the discus already... bad net job
  9. rank the roster: 2019 edition (#8) (complete)

    Went Linsley again. He was scored as not allowing a pressure in what was it 8? Games. He’s sharp and consistent, and this year his back injury should be just that much further behind him and his core strength has just grow. A bit more
  10. I like Linsley here but I am admittedly higher than most on the center-qb relationship and impact of centers who can call a good line
  11. Random Packer News & Notes

    What did you expect? Highlights from the Dan Devine or Lindy Infante era? But Favre has every right to be on top, especially when you factor plays against. All those game ending INT’s! Freeman’s MNF catch, 4th and 26 anyone?
  12. NFL News & Notes

    Boston is said to have issues in locker rooms, I could see how teams stay away from a stop gap with authority problems
  13. Green Bay. Reggie White! He was a baaaaad man! His strength wasn’t fair and we all have heard that the Packers locker room needs some leadership
  14. 1[12]: Rashan Gary [EDGE; Michigan]

    I would like to think Gary was given an option on his preferred number and picked 52 as he wants to make it an iconic number in Green Bay by continuing the tradition, like a 21 or 36
  15. Depth Chartin'

    I expect a few “surprise” cuts this year now that we’ve seen the front office and coaching changes and how Gute handled the roster last year. I am yet to be convinced if it’s going to be more of the old vets who have lost a step or the young guys who haven’t been able to put it together yet. If I was betting though, I think the Lewis’ and Williams’ of the team have a bit of an advantage being they know how to be a pro on the field as well as off and not just in Green Bay. My votes will be for the guys who have an injury history. The Geronimo Allison’s, Bryan Bulaga’s and Kevin King’s Of the team