4 Things Ted Thompson Shouldn’t Do On Day 1 of the Draft

With the silly season of the NFL fully underway and only pickings becoming slim in free agency, it’s time to turn our attention fully to the Ted Thompson’s reason for existence, the Draft. And while this has the potential to be a very good class with a ton of talent, there are some pitfalls that […]

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Reviewing Ted Thompson’s Last Big Free Agency Splash

Just as “Go Pack Go” chants echo through Green Bay during the NFL season, the offseason brings with it a three-word mantra under Ted Thompson, “Draft and Develop.” However, there have been rare occasions when Thompson will take a dip into the free agent pool. This offseason has been one such occasion, with the re-signing […]

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Big Back Options to Replace Eddie Lacy in Mid-Rounds, Part I

With the departure of Eddie Lacy, the Green Bay Packers are missing a bruising presence in the backfield. While the team is certainly happy with the progress of wide receiver turned running back, Ty Montgomery, the rest of the running back corps is run-of-the-mill at best. Christine Michael and Don Jackson have resigned, but neither provide […]

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Why the Packers Won’t Draft a Running Back in Round One

The last time the Packers drafted a running back in the first round of the NFL draft the year was 1990. With the 19th overall selection they took Darrell Thompson from the University of Minnesota. Thompson played five seasons all for the Packers, but he did not start in half the games he appeared. The […]

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Biggest Green Bay Draft Busts Since 2000: 10th-6th

Tis the (off)season for scouting reports, mock drafts that end up being 7% accurate, and college pro days. In recognizing these traditions, let’s take a stroll down memory lane and see where these traditions have led the Packers. Since we’re all Packers all the time (except when the Badgers go on a March Madness streak!), […]

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Packers Need to Prepare Now for Future Changes in WR Corps

The Green Bay Packers are still an offensive juggernaut, especially through the air. Aaron Rodgers & Co. finished fourth in the NFL in scoring and seventh in the league in passing yards. While Rodgers is arguably the most talented QB in the league, the excellent performances from the receiving corps were a big part of […]

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