What Can We Expect From Jordy Nelson in 2017?

It was not renowned, but there were times last season when comeback player of the year Jordy Nelson didn’t want to lace them up on Sunday. Nelson told ESPN’s Jason Wilde, “If you ask my wife [Emily], I’ve told her five different things this past year. From, ‘Don’t ever let me play again this year,’ to ‘Don’t ever let […]

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2017 Green Bay Packers: Tight Ends and Fullbacks

Tight End and Fullback are more-or-less interchangeable in the Packer’s scheme, and the players who will sit atop the depth chart for next season appear to be largely set. At Tight End, Martellus Bennett is one of the best in the entire league. He will give Aaron Rodgers a safety net, and a player he […]

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Packers draft improves their Super Bowl chances.

The NFL Draft is now a few weeks in the rear view mirror, rookie camp is complete and the evaluations of the Packers newest players have begun in earnest. The Packers did both the expected and the surprising this year with their draft selections. When Wisconsin favorite TJ Watt was presented to Packers’ GM Ted Thompson […]

Packers Strategic Changes Needed

The draft has come and gone for the Green Bay Packers. We’re all excited about the influx of young talent on the roster. It’s that wonderful time of year where everyone thinks, “This is the class that will push the Lombardi trophy back home!” They were also active enough in free agency to the point […]

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2017 Green Bay Packers: Wide Receivers

The 2017 Green Bay Packers should have one of the deepest offseason rosters in recent history. The Wide Receiver position contains a particular embarrassment of riches, which will make final cuts especially difficult.   Locks Davante Adams, Jordy Nelson, and Randall Cobb will be the core of the WR position. Jordy should be able to […]

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Jake Ryan and Blake Martinez Are Quite the Duo

AJ Hawk and Brad Jones were the last two Packers who resembled any type of “stability” at inside linebacker. In 2013 the two combined for 202 tackles. Numbers defensive coordinator Dom Capers has not seen since. After Jones’ play wilted away and AJ Hawk grew old, the likes of Sam Barrington and Jake Ryan were next in […]

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