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  1. 2020 Green Bay Packers OL

    As you wish...
  2. 2020 Offense Outlook

    He has the ability to break tackles and get YAC. It has been a long time since the Packers had a WR that was good at that. Now how that transitions to the NFL we will see.
  3. Packers 2020 WR Corps

    I didn't say use him like Stewart. I was saying it would be a chance to get him on the field occasionally and eventually a snap out of the shotgun next to Rodgers just to get his feet wet.
  4. Packers 2020 WR Corps

    Well they have been drafting players to play multiple positions. It would be a way to get him on the field once and awhile since he is athletic enough and a first round pick,
  5. Packers 2020 WR Corps

    Maybe they will use Jordan Love as a QB RB WR and have him in at the same time as Rodgers.
  6. Packers sign Devin Funchess

    ESB I thought was considered a boundary WR because his injury.
  7. 2020 Offense Outlook

    I know no one is talking about this signing but it was a rather big signing back in January. The Packers signed Reggie Begelton. He was an all star in the CFL.
  8. Green Bay Packers Draft Grade

    Given the history leading up to the draft, Gute more than kicked the tires on Love for several weeks. He was probably one of several that they were targeting. I don't think Alyuk would have made an impact on offense for a year or two down the road. Given that Rodger's injuries have wrecked a couple of seasons and has not been the same player since, I think they had to have a backup that could be a potential starter in case of an emergency and maybe a replacement in the long term. A team tried to get back in the first round to get him from what I hear, they probably didn't want to give that team another potential great QB. It made sense at the time of the trade, but long term will be the judge of that. From what I see is that any future WR's drafted are going to be transitional ones that will give Love a potential safety net if he takes over with one of the the current young WR's being the star. Similar to what Rodgers had when he took over.
  9. Green Bay Packers Draft Grade

    Actually it is true. He only throws to guys that he trusts which are doing the correct route. He has thrown to guys that are rookies since they were his only option as people were hurt.
  10. Green Bay Packers Draft Grade

    It takes a long time for Rodgers to trust a young WR. He didn't trust Adams right away. Adding another guy that has to prove himself for a year or two isn't going to help this team right now.
  11. Green Bay Packers Draft Grade

    I would say give it 3 to 5 years before an honest could be give a real grade.
  12. 5.175 - Kamal Martin [LB; Minnesota]

    It shows that they did their homework, unlike the masters at the keyboard. They factored in multi-year performances and looked at the reason's why there was a drop off and what would correct it. They even went to Canada to find a DB with top speed and size. It shows they are looking everywhere too.
  13. 1.26 - Jordan Love [QB; Utah State]

    Kizer had the same issue and it was never corrected. It will take a concerted effort by Love to correct this. Much Like Rodgers had to do sitting behind Favre. This isn't being nit picky, it is all on Love now. It is stating the Obvious, some of those throws he got away with, he will not get away with in the NFL. He has the arm strength to throw a pretty looking pass at a distance. He may not be Favre and bust WR's and DB's hands, but he has good strength. His hand size is similar to that of Favre and Rodgers which is perfect for gripping the ball in cold weather. Why are you assuming that I don't like the picks? I'm not on the WR at all cost train. The WR's that were available for the Packers were no better than what they already have and it would take them a few years to get up to where they need to be.
  14. 1.26 - Jordan Love [QB; Utah State]

    He is going to get intercepted a lot if he over throws and floats the ball that much in the NFL.
  15. 3.94 - Josiah Deguara [TE; Cincinnati]

    He is similar to Travis Kelce but only shorter.