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  1. The first three rounds

    I’ll go with: 1. Josh Jones - OT 2. Brandon Aiyuk - WR 3. Jordan Hamilton - DL
  2. Jordan Love

    Due diligence...and gamesmanship.
  3. 1. Xavier McKinney, S From the players listed, Ross Blacklock, DT. shore up the D-Line 2. Jaylon Johnson, CB Contingency plan if Kevin King leaves via free agency, or Josh Jackson continues to flatline 3. Alex Taylor, OT if he's still on the board. From the players listed, Matt Peart, OT. Green Bay gets an RT of the future. 4--> I still haven’t drafted a WR, so Lynn Bowden is the pick. The comparison to Cobb is natural, but this guy plays with more nasty, something the Packers need. Of the players listed I’d go with Eno Benjamin at RB, who would be a nice hedge should Aaron Jones leave via FA.
  4. If Alex Taylor, OT from South Carolina, were still on the board, I'd choose him. Of the players from the list I'd go with Peart. 1. Xavier McKinney, S From the players listed, Ross Blacklock, DT. shore up the D-Line 2. Jaylon Johnson, CB Contingency plan if Kevin King leaves via free agency, or Josh Jackson continues to flatline 3. Alex Taylor, OT if he's still on the board. From the players listed, Matt Peart, OT. Green Bay gets an RT of the future.
  5. I’m going with Jaylon Johnson. He’s a hedge should Kevin King leave next year, and if Josh Jackson flatlines again. (If that happens he may not make the team.)
  6. It’s all good Squire. Thanks for doing this; it’s a great diversion!
  7. 2020 Off-season Discussion Thread

    Green Bay would have had the (5th year) option to do so. As it stands, it’s irrelevant...except for our off-season, quarantine-fueled banter! () - : #
  8. 2020 Off-season Discussion Thread

    That too, is a good point.
  9. 2020 Off-season Discussion Thread

    I stated in another post; we don’t know the value Gute places on that 5th year option. I’m neither agreeing or disagreeing with the trade-down option-simply pointing out the trade value that move would have according to the source cited. Having written that, I wonder if the creators of these “trade-value” apps weight the 5th year option.
  10. Would that be “Henderson?” Re: Gladney - I think overall he may be a bit more road-ready at this point than Noah. Both would add some toughness to the Packer defense.
  11. I like the draft, and agree the Packers ought to shore up the CB position, especially with Kevin King’s impending free agency next year and the uncertain status of Josh Jackson. I do think Gute found a real keeper in Chandon Sullivan. I’m curious about which CBs you’d have being drafted ahead of Gadney. I think both 2nd day picks strengthen the squad immediately, with Claypool being ready to play this year, and Charles in the wings for next season. I like Agim and Robinson on Day 3. The Packers would be a much stronger team after this FA and draft.
  12. 2020 Off-season Discussion Thread

    I was playing around with this Draft Tek trade value chart, and thought it’s a fun tool with which to play around: A Trade Value Chart I was tinkering with a trade with the Bengals for the Packers to trade their 1st, 4th, and one 7th; for Cincy’s 2nd and 4th. According to the chart, GB gets a value 660 and Cincy a 659. I think Gutekunst could get creative with two 2nd rounders, and GB only drops three places in the draft. The Packers would net the first picks in day 2 and day 3 of the draft, plus still have pick 62 in the 2nd round.
  13. Packers sign Devin Funchess

    Correct Ghost! Edit: I re-posted draft related comment in the “off-season discussion” thread.
  14. I’d go with Xavier McKinney. Versatile, smart, good football player
  15. 2020 NFL Draft Discussion

    I’d be disappointed if GB chose him with a 1st or 2nd, but I doubt that happens. Gutekunst doesn’t care about the Combine buzz Claypool has created. In any case, he may be gone by #62. He is a big, fast, physical kid, and I’d be satisfied if they chose him at #94, and addressed OL and/or DL/MLB with the first two picks. But I did like the previously posted clip with blocking samples, and comments like these by Lance Zierlein via NFL Draft/Combine Profiles: -“Pancake maker with nasty demeanor as run blocker.” -"He's a vertical challenger outside, a possession receiver as a big slot, an outstanding run blocker and immediate coverage ace on special teams. His elite traits and diverse skill set could allow him to create a unique footprint as a pro.” Chase Claypool Draft Profile - NFL website Yes, he IS another big-bodied WR, like the MVS, EQ, Lazard, and now Funchess. So the Packers would need to clear out some guys. But I think Claypool would prove to be a more talented player than some players currently on the squad. On the other hand, Day 2 draft capital may represent more than Gutekunst cares to invest in that position. That’s a legitimate perspective. Stay tuned…film at 11.
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