BREAKING: Packers Draft Montravius Adams, DT. Auburn 93rd Overall

Analysis (Taylor O’Neill):Adams is quick for a 308 pound defensive tackle. Coming out of Auburn, he compiled 8.5 tackles for a loss and 4.5 sacks in 2016. His size and quickness allow him to burst off of the line quickly. He’s adept at shooting the gap and making disrupting plays in the backfield, often getting […]

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BREAKING: Packers Draft Josh Jones, S. NC State 61st Overall

Analysis (Taylor O’Neill): Safety Josh Jones out of NC State has a great combination of size and athleticism to play strong safety in the NFL. At 6’1, 220 pounds and running a blazing 4.41 40, Jones is explosive both as a tackler and in coverage. It’s even possible that the Packers could eventually move him to […]

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BREAKING: Packers Draft Kevin King, CB. Washington 33rd Overall

Analysis (Taylor O’Neill): Playing his first two seasons at Washington as a safety, Kevin King moved to corner for his final two seasons. The first thing one notices about King is his rare height for a defensive back. At 6’3, King ran the 40 in 4.43. He was one of the better defensive backs at […]

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Mid to Late-Round Replacements for Eddie Lacy

In a previous article, I highlighted two big backs who could help the Green Bay Packers replace Eddie Lacy in the middle rounds of the upcoming NFL draft: Texas’ D’Onta Foreman and Oklahoma’s Samaje Perine. However, there are multiple options for the Packers even in the middle to later rounds. James Conner – Pittsburgh (6-1, […]

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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 Must Re-Sign Nick Perry

In 2016, the struggle of the Green Bay Packers’ defensive secondary illustrated the importance of solid veteran players to the success of an NFL team. After Sam Shields went down with a season-ending injury, the Packers were left with a smattering of young, inexperienced cornerbacks. Those young players could not alone carry the weight of […]

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The Best and the Wurst: Packers at Falcons – NFC Championship

Jordy Nelson and Everyone Else Playing Through Injuries Say what you will about a very embarrassing loss to the Atlanta Falcons, but there were some guys on the field who pushed through major pain in order to help their team. Jordy Nelson was wearing a kevlar vest. Davante Adams admitted that he was in pain […]

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