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  1. Yeah yeah yeah -- hindsight is 20/20 -- but I still can't shake the feeling that if we had picked someone else in the first round, we may have gone to the Super Bowl -- and won! Which of these players you think might have done it? 27. Seattle: LB Jordyn Brooks, Texas Tech28. Baltimore: LB Patrick Queen, LSU29. Tennessee: OL Isaiah Wilson, Georgia30. Miami f/GB: CB Noah Igbinoghene, Auburn31. Minnesota f/SF: CB Jeff Gladney, TCU32. Kansas City: RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire, LSU 33. Cincinnati: WR Tee Higgins, Clemson34. Indianapolis f/WAS: WR Michael Pittman, USC35. Detroit: RB D'And
  2. This article doesn't make him seem like a diamond of a choice: https://www.yahoo.com/sports/packers-hiring-joe-barry-next-222948976.html Barry was the defensive coordinator in Detroit in 2007 and 2008. The Lions defense ranked last in yards and points allowed. With Berry as the defensive coordinator in 2015 and 2016, Washington ranked 17th and 19th in points allowed, respectively, and 28th in yards both seasons. Of note, McVay has made outside hires at defensive coordinator with Barry on the staff each of the last two seasons.
  3. TT was one of my all time favorites. I loved his dry sense of humor. I loved his hard work ethic and lack of ego. He loved being a scout. All the best to his family. Combining the drafts he ran in Seattle and Green Bay, 35 of Thompson's selections have earned Pro Bowl, All-Pro or All-Rookie honors, and from 2005-17, he drafted 17 players who went on to be named to at least one Pro Bowl for Green Bay. He also acquired three other players who would make their first Pro Bowl appearance as Packers.
  4. I looked of D Dafney last week... I wasn't even aware he was on the team. Made some good blocks, plus the catch. Now a TD
  5. Just got back home and can't watch the game. Who is playing on the offensive line? Esp LT?
  6. I've been wanting some "snacks" for a while... so happy dance.
  7. Agreed. We fix the run defense we got a chance to be great.
  8. Like many posters I'm pleased with the play of the OL and Rodgers and RBs and even the WRs However, I'd really like to see how we play against a team that runs it 70% of the time.
  9. This is the time of year that my hopes for a dominant team take shape. I'd like to hear why you think the Pack will be better or worse this year. I have a list for both: BETTER: 1) Another year in Coach Lafleur's system has got to be more comfortable and dynamic. Last year they looked slick for a number of scripted plays and then became a dud once the real game started. I've got to imagine the offense will be more comfortable and have an expanded look this year. 2) The defense should take another step as well. A lot of new players and young players from last year could improve.
  10. Both Ha Ha and Randall are talented guys. I wonder if it's their personality? https://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/29810129/raiders-cutting-safety-damarious-randall-giving-15m-guaranteed https://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/29804037/cowboys-release-safety-ha-ha-clinton-dix-adding-free-agency-sources-say
  11. Ok -- no MVP for Aaron -- unless it's the MVP of the SUPER BOWL!!!!
  12. I'm also going to go with *Aaron Rodgers... MVP to the hoooooouse (the house where they award the Lombardi!!!) *assuming right tackle doesn't totally suck
  13. Here's an interesting look at established quarterbacks and their team took a 1st round pick: http://www.footballperspective.com/drafting-a-qb-in-the-first-round-with-an-older-franchise-qb/
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