Mid-Round Quarterbacks for Green Bay

During the tenure of Ron Wolf, the Green Bay Packers were known for taking a quarterback virtually every draft. That is despite having Brett Favre under center. Because of that, they were able to flip Aaron Brooks, Matt Hasselbeck and Mark Brunell for either higher picks than used to draft them or used to trade […]

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By the Numbers: Marcus Davenport vs. Harold Landry

There are 19 days before the start of the NFL Draft, and two of the more popular picks in mock drafts at pick No. 14 are UT-San Antonio’s Marcus Davenport and Boston College’s Harold Landry. Outside of North Carolina State’s Bradley Chubb, there are no pass rushers who really stick out. It has been interesting […]

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By the Numbers: Minkah Fitzpatrick vs. Derwin James

Several weeks ago, I did a by the numbers piece on the top two Big Ten cornerbacks in this year’s draft, Ohio State’s Denzel Ward and Iowa’s Josh Jackson. This time, I am taking a look at two versatile defensive backs, Alabama’s Minkah Fitzpatrick and Florida State’s Derwin James. Fitzpatrick took college football by storm […]

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After Signing Williams, Where Will Packers Turn Next?

After trading Damarious Randall to Cleveland, Green Bay has added old friend Tramon Williams to the secondary. The Packers needed to redo the secondary after having one of the worst pass defenses in the league the past few seasons. Williams is not THE answer, but he is part of the solution. Secondary will still be […]

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It’s a Different Day: Gutekunst vs. Thompson

We are barely into free agency and new Green Bay Packers General Manager Brian Gutekunst has already proven that he is a different man than former GM Ted Thompson. Tuesday afternoon, even before free agency officially started, the Packers signed tight end Jimmy Graham right from under the nose of the New Orleans Saints. Then, […]

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Even With NFL’s Offensive Firepower, Defenses Win Championships

Over the last few decades, the NFL has become more of an offensive game. However, just like the old days, defenses still rule the league, at least in recent years. Even with the rule changes to help the offenses, the defenses are still the reason virtually all the champions this decade were able to win. […]

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