CB was a huge hole that was exploited at the end, and will be totally exposed if it is not addressed. It doesn't matter who the Packers add on the offensive
All I know is that he better be an immediate impact, ROY, Pro-Bowler type player who leads us to a SB win, else some members here will take a flamethrower
Either you don't watch a lot of Vikings football, or you've got a different version of pass catching than I do. He's bad. His pass pro is fully terrible.
But you would think someone would tell them? I think it's a challenge to see if they can get laid with that haircut, without paying for it.
His first round picks may not always pan out, but one thing about TT is that he will never panic to reach for a need-based player, but will consistently
I agree with your comments, I just happen to think that McCaffrey has the ability be special from day one, and take the offense to another level more
You wanna trade all your picks to draft one guy? Even if they did, it probably wouldn't be enough to move up that far. Nice analysis.
If you are referring to the OLB from UCLA , then you need to wake up and smell the coffee mailman . GB needs CB's that can do better this season . It
Hard to say with McKinley. Don't know if the shoulder injury will scare teams off in the 1st round.
The Packers greatest primary need is at the CB/CB's position . It is necessary realize that a change in thinking is necessary . GB's Offense has not been
I am and I have all along advocated using the f'cking money on defense.
But I don't get this logic. AP adds another weapon and that protects
It doesn't matter when they are that rich, they can pay to get laid.
Ted is always happy to throw shit at the wall and hope some of it sticks.
you never know with oakland, they had very loyal fans
they could show up and boo that throw shit on the field for 2 years
i doubt they got there by signing a bunch of free agents to 1 year deals
jerrah renegotiating contracts year after year. a year or two ago he didn't have enough to even sign draft picks. i forget who he renegotiated to fix
I'd take a bigger version of Greg Jennings. I've followed all of Teds drafts, and rarely a. I anywhere close to guessing what he'll do. Sometimes it works,
I really wish Fat Eddie would have stuck around. It would have been Cagney and Lacy in the backfield, Ponch and John at ILB, and Day Late and Dollar short
I suspect Dom is highly regarded by his peers but not so much by the fans in the stands.