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  1. Backup QB's

    Let's just wait and see what Kizer does in the new system.
  2. Thank you for your input!
  3. Packerraymond 2019 Mock Offseason V2

    I would be disappointed if this was the off season and draft. Smith will probably get tagged with some type of tag and stay with the Ravens. Collins is solid, I would like that, but cost will be higher then $8m. The Packers need wow free agents, not mid to lower free agents. I would rather see them get two big name FA's that can come in and make a difference from day one, then 5 lower ones. I could live with the first 3 picks, but not a fan of other picks. I thank you for your work, your mock is very possible, but not what I would like to see. I want to see a splash this offseason.
  4. Good Morning, just wondering if this would work or not. If my Packers offered the Steelers pick #44 for AB, would you make that trade? Now, let's take this a step farther. Let's say the Packers offer pick #12 (1200pts) to the Steelers for pick #20 (850pts) and AB would you make that trade? That's putting AB value as pick #55. Pick #12 might give you a better shot at Devin White.
  5. Leisher's you make the picks Mock #2, 2-12-19

    The thought behind this was I ran a mock draft on fanspeak. Yeah, I know not everybody likes fanspeak, but with that said, these were the choices for the picks that I had to select from. It's just a who would you take if this was the options on the board if your were the Packers. The names I selected seem to pop up in this forum often. So, you just pick one out the four choices. If you see a player like Lieker did with Burns and move them up, that's fine. It's just for fun.
  6. Leisher's you make the picks Mock #2, 2-12-19

    You are correct about Burns.
  7. Random Packer News & Notes

    Hey, I know we have discussed before, but just wondered if anything has changed. Antonio Brown has asked for a trade. I would offer a 2019 4th rd pick and a conditional 2020 3rd rd pick. His salary would be just under $13m for 2019, $11.5m 2020 and $12.5m for 2021 from what I read and no guaranteed money. I say kick the fricken tires!!!
  8. Yeah, I know I just did one yesterday, but I am snowed in and bored. With this mock, I used Bleacher Report's Matt Miller's big board dated 2-6-19. I ran the mock on fanspeak. Each player has their positional ranking next to their names. So, again lets see what we come up with and how different they are. Have fun! #12. Ed Oliver DL Houston #8, Jeffery Simmons DL Miss St. #10, Cody Ford T/G Oklahoma #16 or TJ Hockenson TE Iowa #19. (Allen, Sweat, Gary, Polite, Ferrell and White are all off the board by #12.) (Also, unaware of Simmons injury when I did this mock, so he could drop into 2nd or 3rd rounds.) #30. TJ Hockenson TE Iowa #19, Deionte Thompson S Alabama #21, Nasir Adderley S Delaware #39 or Irv Smith Jr. TE Alabama #26. (Simmons, Burns, Ford, Wilkins, Brown, Little, Taylor and Ferguson are off the board by #30) #44. Dalton Risner T Kansas St. #52, Johnathan Abrams S Miss St. #45, Parris Campbell WR Ohio St. #47 or Dre'Mont Jones DL Ohio St. #53. #75. Michael Deiter OL WI #77, Lonnie Johnson CB Kentucky #76, JJ Arcega-Whiteside WR Stanford #88 or Chris Lindstrom G Boston College #129. #114. Isaac Nauta TE Georgia #118, Elijah Holyfield RB Gerogia #122, Austin Bryant Edge Clemson #127 or Zach Gentry TE Michigan #131. #118. Elijah Holyfield RB Georgia #122, Anthony Nelson Edge Iowa #126, Khalen Saunders DL W. Illinois #146 or Terry McLarin WR Ohio St. #151. #151. Terry McLarin WR Ohio St. #151, Kaleb McGary T Washington #169, Ben Powers G Oklahoma #170 or Josh Oliver TE San Jose St. #177. #187. Keelan Davis WR UC-Davis #188, Penny Hart WR Georgia St #194, Tommy Sweeney TE Boston College #214 or Dax Raymond TE Utah St. #223. #196. Keegan Render C/G Iowa #206, Donald Parham TE Steton #208, Tommy Sweeney TE Boston College #214 or Dax Raymond TE Utah St. #223. #228. Hunter Renfrow WR Clemson #230, Bryce Love RB Stanford #242, Khalil Hodge ILB Buffalo #249 or Delvon Randall S Temple #253. (This is the 3rd big board that has Love and Hodge positioned this low. I know Love is hurt, but not sure why on Hodge. Some boards have him 3rd to 4th rounds and some lower. Mystery to me?) Enjoy and have fun, don't get angry over this, life's to short. My Picks: #12 Oliver, #30 Adderley, #44 Risner, #75 Lindstrom, #114. Bryant, #118 Saunders, #151 Oliver, #187 Davis, #196 Render and #228 Hodge.
  9. Packers new slot receiver is ....

    Who cares, come on man. Does it really matter? Just enjoy.
  10. Leisher's 2019 you make the pick mock.

    Greenbay Packers Draft Prospects: LB Devin White Posted on 02/11/2019 by Bryce Busbani In this segment we will look at potential draft prospects the Packers could be selecting on Thursday, April 26th- Saturday, April 27th. Green Bay has some glaring weaknesses especially on defense, specifically coming off the edge and rushing the passer. Follow this weekly segment as we breakdown different players at various position needs for the Green Bay Packers. This week we will look at linebacker Devin White, 6ft 1in, 240 lbs ,out of LSU. Once he arrived in Baton Rouge, White transitioned from an all star running back from highschool to linebacker in college. He made 30 tackles as a true freshman, 10 on special teams, before getting a starting job as a sophomore, leading the team with 133 tackles and 14 tackles for loss, while showing his potential as a blitzer with 4.5 sacks. Bleacher Report’s Matt Miller listed White as one of the top 10 players to watch for 2019, with an NFL scout professing his love for the LSU linebacker. “He might be the most athletic player in the entire class,” the scout said.” “I’ve heard about his battles with Leonard Fournette, and they’re on a similar level athletically.” This guy is a game changer, and pairing him with Martinez could transform this defense overnight, he is NFL ready in every single way imaginable. Lets look at some pros of his game and some cons. Quarterback of the defense. An intelligent, instinctive run defender with a high football IQ. Takes effective angles to locate against the run. Plays inside-out and moves laterally with speed to track down edge runs. Quality delayed blitzer, showing good downhill burst, awareness and finishing ability. Would be great in Pettine’s scheme. Forceful tackler that ends plays with an exclamation point. Delivers huge, legal blows that not only intimidate but inflict pain on opponents. Can get caught up in play-action fakes and misdirection plays when playing in zone coverage. Will get tunnel vision against the run. It goes onto say, that the Packers #1 need is edge rusher but drafting for need will only doom you in the end, take the best player available. If White is there at the 12 th pick, they would be foolish not to take him. We need game changers!
  11. Leisher's 2019 you make the pick mock.

    Here's mine, #12 Devin White ILB LSU, #30 Noah Fant TE Iowa, #44 Nasir Adderley S Delaware, #75 Austin Bryant Edge Clemson, #114 Bryce Love RB Stanford, #118 Keelan Davis WR UC-Davis, #151 Kaleb McGary T Washington, #189 Ben Powers G Oklahoma, #196 Shareef Miller Edge Penn St. and Hakeem Butler WR Iowa St at #228.
  12. Leisher's 2019 you make the pick mock.

    Yeah, couldn't believe Butler was that low, Walters Football's big board even had Butler that low.
  13. This is just a fun inner active mock. I was using NFLMOCK big board 2-8-19 for this post, on Fanspeak.com. You have 4 players to select from and I placed their rankings on the big board. Let's see what we come up with. Don't care whether or not you agree or disagree with the rankings, it's just for fun, so make your selections. #12: Devin White ILB LSU #6, Jonah Williams T Alabama #7, Deionte Thompson S Alabama #9 or TJ. Hockenson TE Iowa #17. #30. Noah Fant TE Iowa #29, Cody Ford G Oklahoma #24, Johnathan Abram S Miss St. #25 or Irv Smith Jr. TE Alabama #28. #44. Marquise Brown WR Oklahoma #41, Taylor Rapp S Washington #47, Chauncey Gardner-Johnson S Florida #49 or Nasir Adderley S Delaware #59. #75. Joe Jackson Edge Miami #77, Austin Bryant Edge Clemson #78, Parris Campbell WR Ohio St. #83 or Rock Ya-Sin CB Temple #88. #114. Bryce Love RB Stanford #92, Beau Benzschawel G WI #119, Devin Studstill S Notre Dame #117 or Emanuel Hall WR Missouri #113. #118. Khalen Saunders DL W. Illinois #137, Elijah Holyfield RB Georgia #139, Ben Banagu Edge TCU #132 or Keelan Doss WR UC-Davis #131. #151. Kaleb McGary T Washington #162, Martez Ivey G Florida #155, David Edwards T WI #157 or Kendall Sheffield CB Ohio St. #153. #187. Ben Powers G Oklahoma #184, Logan Parker TE S. Utah #189, Anthony Ratliff-Johnson WR NC #188 or Albert Huggens DL Clemson #191. #196. Karon Higdon RB Michigan #204, Shareef Miller Edge Penn St. #206, Darnell Savage S Maryland #213 or Dexter Williams RB Notre Dame #196. #228. Ricky Walker DL Virginia Tech #228, Daniel Wise DL Kansas #232, Hakeem Butler WR Iowa St #241 or Travis Homer RB Miami #240.
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