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  1. Random Packer News & Notes

    Trevor Davis move didn't make the deadline for today's roster moves, so we'll find out all the things tomorrow I figure.
  2. Random Packer News & Notes

    i assume this means they promoted someone from the practice squad in order to open up a slot in the PS, and occupy the roster spot vacated by Trevor Davis.
  3. Random Packer News & Notes

    I mean, when we average with a sample size of two we have to admit the possibility that one of the two things is an outlier. Like "first week in a new offense against one of the league's best defenses" kind of outlier.
  4. Packers Trade Trevor Davis to Raiders

    I wonder what they're gonna do with the roster spot.
  5. Packers Trade Trevor Davis to Raiders

    He was probably expendable once they added Tremon Smith and now that Darrius Shepherd is practicing.
  6. Random Packer News & Notes

  7. NFL News & Notes

    The "successful NFL player" analogy would be Chandler Jones vs. Ezekiel Ansah, while Jones has made it work with length, power, and tenacity he only matches Ansah's burst when Ansah is injured. It's just that "this guy hasn't figured it out in 2 years in the league yet" isn't going to inspire a lot of confidence in Charlton.
  8. Packers & Vikings Postgame

    I mean, intent is not part of the rule. "I didn't mean to jump offsides" doesn't absolve you either.
  9. 2020 NFL Draft Discussion

    I don't think you hire a coach from an offensive coaching tree famous for producing quality running games with late round backs in order to spend premium picks on RBs though. I think if they want to run the ball better, they invest in OL not RBs.
  10. The "Kick the Tires" Thread (Other Teams Cuts)

    I think a lot of people saying "they have to take an OL high" are basing this on the understanding. 1. The offense needs a talent infusion. 2. The only offensive positions they're going to spend a first round pick on are OL and QBs. So as much as it would be fun to see Shenault or Lamb on this team, it's a lot less likely than Wirfs.
  11. The "Kick the Tires" Thread (Other Teams Cuts)

    Well, Taylor has a degenerative knee, NFL people think he's a one contract guy. Ford misses athleticism thresholds by a lot, and Risner is old.
  12. The "Kick the Tires" Thread (Other Teams Cuts)

    I think placing a high value on OL in the draft is reasonable. FA OL who are above replacement level are often unavailable or extremely expensive (and also not generally tackles.) This is compounded by how most college offenses do not instill in offensive linemen the sorts of fundamentals they need to be good NFL OL. So if you identify a guy who is a) good, and b) ready then you take him at value and feel good about it since those guys are rare. A significant amount of the "passing on Dillard" can be explained by "he's not ready".
  13. The "Kick the Tires" Thread (Other Teams Cuts)

    I really wouldn't want Dillard playing on the right side in an offense that ever wants to run the ball.
  14. Random Packer News & Notes

    Greene to IR, I'm guessing (this is not a report). But I guess they can't get enough Smiths on defense.
  15. The "Kick the Tires" Thread (Other Teams Cuts)

    I mean, both Iowa tackles project as NFL starters, so that's good.