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Packers Family Night Scrimmage GDT

MVP of Family Night  

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  1. 1. MVP of Family Night

    • Tyrell Sutton
      4
    • Larry McCarren's messed up finger
      18
    • Don Majkowski
      3
    • Rex Grossman
      8
    • Ernestine Skibenski
      3


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Cheesehead TV making it sound that our QBs not named Rodgers are still horrible.  Not really surprising.  

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Sam Ficken 2 for 2 on field goals, from 28 and 40. Mason Crosby looking grayer than ever on the sidelines. It's still his job to lose, though. 

Update: Ficken misses badly from 54.

Edited by Greg C.
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Jake Kumerow with his second standout catch of the night: first a contested deep ball, then a diving snag. Larry McCarren keeps saying, "All he does is make plays." I agree. 

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Two-minute drill from their own 35-yard line. Rodgers with a dart over the middle caught by Jimmy Graham, then a dart caught by Geronimo Allison on a slant. Throws too high for Marques Valdez-Scantling along the sideline. Danny Vitale with a decent run, then they clock it, saving their one timeout. Nice back shoulder throw caught by Kumerow, defended by K'dar Hollman. First down at the 17. Incomplete off the helmet of Alex Light. Rashan Gary had a good push on him. Rodgers incomplete to Kumerow. And now Valdes-Scantling drops a nice throw at the 9. The 35-yard field goal by Fickens is good. 

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11 minutes ago, incognito_man said:

So Kumerow does look good ...

Trevor Davis playing well too. J'mon is going to have a hard time making this team. 

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Tim Boyle looked mediocre in the two-minute drill, which ended with a missed 50-yard attempt by Sam Ficken. Boyle's best throw was a jump ball to Trevor Davis, heavily contested by Nydair Rouse along the sideline, that Davis somehow managed to haul in. Best catch of the night. Misfired to J'Mon Moore along the sideline, who wasn't very open but a good throw would've had him. Badly overthrew Alan Lazzard over the middle to kill the drive. Kizer looked a little better, but not much. When I watch Kizer, I'm reminded of that quote by Bill Walsh about Steve DeBerg: "He's just good enough to get you beat." 

The scrimmage is over now. The standout WRs (not counting Adams) were Kumerow and Davis, which is what we've been hearing all along. Moore, Valdes-Scantling, and St. Brown did almost nothing, although Aaron Rodgers is so locked in on Davante Adams that it's hard to tell if Valdes-Scantling is getting open. 

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10 minutes ago, {Family Ghost} said:

We need better comp for Crosby .. Ficken is terrible

Fricken ficken :(

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Decades of watching the Packers run press conferences ... And you still can't hear the questions that are coming in to the head coach.  Buy some mics for the questioners already. 

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The MVS drop in 2-minute isn't doing anything to make Rodgers look away from Adams in crunch time.

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1 minute ago, Mazrimiv said:

The MVS drop in 2-minute isn't doing anything to make Rodgers look away from Adams in crunch time.

Totally butchered it .. need to use his hands but tried to body catch it. 

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