Agreed. If he isn't starting by the end of camp, he is a wasted pick.
i guess the te rodgers made an immediate impression.
read that they removed his name-plate from his locker.
great move for probably the most underrated wr in the league (by media types).
I just grabbed that number off of CBSsportsline...
Went back there, and they have those numbers; and in another spot have us listed at 27th
We were the 25th overall defense, 25th against the run.
Give us credit, we gave up exactly 2000 rushing yards, that's hard to do.
If I knew, I would be on staff. The idea about this defense and vets versus young players came to the forefront last year in a couple of articles.
So what do you think GB needs to do to fix it?
If he'll be on the rigt side, it's probably a good thing. We'll see if he gets hurt, yet again, in this, his contract year.
Don't know why MM getting involved would have you nervous - how can things be any worse?? I suppose we could go from 24th in total defense (29th against
Sherrod should beat-out Bahkteria for starting job or hang his head in shame. He's a first round pick with ideal left tackle size and strength. No
I will be very pleasantly surprised if Hyde becomes a solid/good strong safety. Cross those fingers!
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Lattimore is officially out. He's watching from the sideline.
AT SOME POINT, PEOPLE HAVE
Nice story about how word filtered out to the team during practice.
If, while trying to assess what is wrong with the Packers D and what can be done to fix it, you limit yourself to two explanations, you will never understand
Many called it a reach; at least I'm sticking to my guns on my vote )))
So you are all happy with the status quo on defense? Like I said, doing the same thing and expecting different results doesn't seem to be working. Yes
Purposefully, under supervision. But it that the best idea when coming back from a knee injury?
Same Peppers story:
If Perry is slated to spend time at elephant, then this might explain some of McCarthy's consternation.