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  1. 5th Down Depreciation Thread

    If we isolated the Rich Rod bubble screens from the Mac era, I honestly believe the data would show it would've been more productive for our offense if those were all dropped lol.
  2. 5th Down Depreciation Thread

    Is this trying to tell me that if Haskins WRs dropped more of his passes they might have been a better offense? Because that's hilarious.
  3. Random Packer News & Notes

    Who plays in the NFL but doesn't insure their vehicle? He should be cut for being that cheap.
  4. NFL News & Notes

    Let's just move on from this subject, even though pertinent to football, I just don't see how this one is possible to stay within rules and discuss.
  5. This Aint Packers Talk v69

    The Cuomo thing is entirely irrelevant to a football forum guys, drop it.
  6. This Aint Packers Talk v69

    The Home Depots here have X's that all people stand on that keep them 6 ft apart. Florida was still partying on beaches in April so who knows, but here it's fine to go to one.
  7. This Aint Packers Talk v69

    I want to make fun of @Normhere but he had a rough day. Love you buddy, hope everything works out.
  8. This Aint Packers Talk v69

    I am OK with this because that's the reality we live in now. Quarantining until 100% safe is not a reality. I will start to go out and support my local stores and my gym because they desperately need me to, and I can do it in a way that minimizes the risk.
  9. This Aint Packers Talk v69

    Who's advocating for a willy nilly opening though? Obviously we can't act like it's February, but small business owners can no longer afford to be told they must be closed. It's up to us now. Here in WI I can tell you of the probably 50 bars and restaurants I follow on Facebook, maybe 2-3 have opened. The rest are in a planning and training phase. Not enough people trust the free market and the power of the consumer. The consumer consumes where they experience comfort and enjoyment. The standards of comfort or enjoyment are always changing. Right now the consumer is going to want to feel like there isn't a great risk of getting the virus in your establishment. If your packing them in nuts to butts like you used to before the pandemic, a lot of your customer base is not going to return. Sure you'll have a small percentage that won't care, but you don't sustain a business on small percentage. Gyms, theatres, bowling alleys, retail, it will all be the same. The government doesn't need to dictate to business how it should behave, the consumers will do so.
  10. This Aint Packers Talk v69

    You buy right into the media graphs and headlines don't you? The average test rate was around 1-2k a day in the beginning of that graph with 10-12% positive rate. Yesterday we tested 5,800 people, no crap the positives will go up, but something like 6.7% tested positive, it was 4% on Wednesday, the lowest since March and we're at 1/2 to 1/3 the positive rate as we were around Easter. You gotta do some research and critical thinking of your own, being spoon-fed sensationalized headlines is the best way to stay uninformed and in a panic.
  11. Supplemental Draft

    He's not eligible because he's an eligible student with a year of athletic eligibility. The Supplemental Draft is not supposed to be a means for guys to have "second thoughts" it was a way for guys who were academically ineligible, suspended, kicked off teams etc... to go pro. Will be interesting if anyone drops out of school and challenges it in court. If I'm Etienne the last thing I want to do is get another year older as a RB without playing or improving my stock. Might as well go pro now and get paid if the college season is in doubt.
  12. This Aint Packers Talk v69

    Yeah, lets lock up TAPT.
  13. 2021 NFL Draft Thread

    Decided to do a little work on the 2021 class on our favorite position. Here's a list for the 2021 season that hopefully happens. If you're interested pop some names into Youtube or remember the teams to put on for a lazy fall Saturday afternoon. Packerraymond's WR 2021 Watchlist (please feel free to request another position, I'm bored) Day 1/2 Buzz: The X/Z's: Tamorrion Terry 6'4 203 FSU: Almost 1200 yards and 20 YPC for an inept team without a QB. Terry is a true outside guy with a vertical skillset. Rashod Batemon 6'2 210 Minnesota: Physcial, advanced route runner with above average athletic ability. 1200+ yards, 20 YPC and 10+ TDs as a soph in the big 10 TJ Vasher 6'6 210 Texas Tech: Needs a big season in an offense that loves to throw the ball, H/W/S guy right now Damonte Coxie 6'3 197 Memphis: Could use some bulk, but back to back 1000 yard seasons, looking to make it 3 in a row Sage Surratt 6'3 215 Wake Forest: NFL body, nice catch radius, brother is an NFL prospect as well. The Do It Alls: Jamarr Chase 6'1 200 LSU: The cream of the crop. The true top 5 stud this years class lacked. DeVonta Smith 6'1 175 Alabama: You'd like to see him at 190, but he's as good as Jeudy Tylan Wallace 6'0 180 OK State: Almost 1500 yards in 2018, torn ACL after another strong JR campaign. Jaylen Waddle 5'10 185 Alabama: Lightning fast and fun, probably the only fun WR who will be on the Packers board. Chris Olave 6'1 185 Ohio State: Real nice route runner, no Victor, Mack or Hill this year, has a chance to blow up w/ Fields. Justyn Ross 6'4 205 Clemson: No more Higgins and he has the #1 QB in the NCAA. Ross will probably be a 1st round. Long limbed, athletic, good RAC. Amon-Ra St. Brown 6'1 195 USC: The best of the St. Brown brothers. Small Fun Guys The Packers Won't Draft: Rondale Moore 5'9 180 Purdue: This guy is a stud, think Percy Harvin as a complete WR Tutu Atwell 5'9 155 Louisville: Tavon Austin skillset, aka @Packerraymond will fall in love with him and then he'll fail in the NFL. Elijah Moore 5'9 185 Ole Miss: Another productive SEC slot type, needs a QB that can throw though. Amari Rodgers 5'10 210 Clemson: Really a RB/WR hybrid type. Fun player, will be used more sans Higgins Breakout/Unheralded guys: Charleston Rambo 6'1 180 Oklahoma: Sweet *** name, Hollywood Brown, Ceedee Lamb, Rambo is probably next. Dyami Brown/Dazz Newsome North Carolina: Does anyone know UNC football has two 1k receivers with a soph QB that went 38/7 as a true frosh? Fun offense. Frank Darby 6'1 200 ASU: ASU has quietly become a round 1 WR school. Darby is the big dog on campus with Aiyuk & Harry gone Tyquan Thornton 6'3 175 Baylor: Baylor has a good young QB and Mims is gone. Thornton really needs some muscle on that frame but I like the skillset Whop Philyor 5'11 175 Indiana: Quietly had a 1k season in the Big 10. Looks like a lean Reagor. Needs the weight room. Others to watch: Nico Collins Michigan Ronnie Bell Michigan Tarik Black Texas Brennan Eagles Texas Tyler Vaughns USC Braden Lenzy Notre Dame Tre Nixon UCF Seth Williams Auburn JD Spielman Nebraska Shi Smith South Carolina Johnny Johnson Oregon Jhamon Ausbon Texas A&M Josh Imatorbhebhe Illinois Warren Jackson CSU Ihmir Smith-Marsette Iowa Tre Walker San Jose State Danny Davis Wisconsin
  14. Random Packer News & Notes

    I don't see Daniels personality and the new leaders of the defense jiving, unless Daniels tones it down to fit in. Now Clay and his "bro" persona I think would fit right in the current locker room.