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  1. packers selcet mAtt leFleUr as head coah

    Sure they do. They just link them together at 60 frames per second.
  2. Nathaniel James Hackett - Packers Offensive Coordinating Coach

    I am probably that too.
  3. Nathaniel James Hackett - Packers Offensive Coordinating Coach

    cautiously optimistic
  4. Nathaniel James Hackett - Packers Offensive Coordinating Coach

    Rams where 14th in passing attempts per game, and 5th in passing yards. Contrast that to the Packers who were 3rd in attempts per game and 9th in passing yards. Play action, based on the threat of a meaningful running game works.
  5. Nathaniel James Hackett - Packers Offensive Coordinating Coach

    With the McVay/Shanahan system using a lot of play action, bringing the run game along so that it is a legitimate concern will only enhance the passing game.
  6. Random Packer News & Notes

    I wonder how that stat looks for the Patriots- what is their record when James white catches 6 or more balls? Edit: in 2018 they were 7-1.
  7. LaFleur's Lieutenants - Coordinator/Staff Thread

    I am thinking Cleveland is going to be pretty good in 2019. With Cleveland's luck, they will be a superbowl favorite in 2021 and the season will be wiped out by a strike/lockout over the new CBA
  8. LaFleur's Lieutenants - Coordinator/Staff Thread

    It seems to me that when McCarthy first came to Green Bay, he tried to go heavy with zone blocking with Campen at the helm, and it didn't work well. Over time things got better as they got better players, but I kind of wonder if the team wanted to go in a different direction due to LeFleur's/McVay's system using the wide zone scheme?
  9. Divisional Playoff Round

    I think it shows good defense is not enough. The bad chiefs defense played much better than usual, and the bad Rams run defense stepped up as well. Good defense with offenses that play poorly get bounced, just like good offenses that have defenses that play bad get bounced.
  10. Divisional Playoff Round

    Seems to be working for him.
  11. LaFleur's Lieutenants - Coordinator/Staff Thread

    Too many cooks.
  12. LaFleur's Lieutenants - Coordinator/Staff Thread

    Who knows though? it may be some of the guys like Whitt and Campen didn't want to stay.
  13. LaFleur's Lieutenants - Coordinator/Staff Thread

    Sure, but I also remember what I said when I hit my thumb with a hammer. Not everything we say in the moment is a genius level thought.
  14. LaFleur's Lieutenants - Coordinator/Staff Thread

    I do find it interesting that you chose to leave out that he and Rex had the #1 defense for yds and pts in 2009 with the Jets. He clearly has experience with putting together a top defense. Whether he can maintain a top defense would be an open question, but that gets into where a team puts resources and focus once the defense reaches the top, and that can be difficult to evaluate.
  15. LaFleur's Lieutenants - Coordinator/Staff Thread

    I am really confused. Are you a Packers fan or a Titans fan like you said the other day? Given how Gute approached last off season, I think the prudent interpretation was that we were in a rebuild, and it would take some time to bring the defense up to speed, given that we went with a very young secondary, and no relief for a thin OLB/edge position. Despite that there were positives that came out of the season. The 49ers game was early, and with a new system and young players. Yes, they had a bad game. Was it unexpected that they would have bad games going in to the season? I would say no. It would have been unrealistic to say otherwise when you look a personnel and coaching changes going in. I hear what you are saying about scoring defense. That being said, change for change sake is not a good idea. A team should make changes when it is clear they can improve things. So to move on from Pettine, one would have to have a target in mind that could clearly upgrade the defense, and do it quickly given that the window of Rogers is getting short. Who would that be? I don't know. The issue is whether any of the guys who could work with the talent we can have in this window would be interested in the Green Bay job? I would guess these issues were all discussed with the prospective candidates. For whatever reason, the team decided it was best to go with Pettine's ideas.
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