Best Packers Compensatory Picks in the Ted Thompson Era

In what has become an expectation during the reign of Ted Thompson, the Green Bay Packers were awarded a compensatory pick after losing a free agent the year prior. This year, the loss of Casey Hayward to the team formerly known as the San Diego Chargers led the NFL to award the Packers a fifth […]

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The Best and the Wurst: Lions at Packers

Aaron Rodgers After placing Aaron in The Wurst last week, Rodgers bounced back with his best performance since a 5 TD rout of the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 3 of 2015. Finishing with a 129.3 QB rating, Rodgers looked like himself. He was making quick, accurate hits with his receivers. Gone were the happy […]

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PACKERS FOOTBALL FRIDAY: What to Watch For Tonight

Tonight is the all important third preseason game.  The game in which the starters play the most.  The dress rehearsal.  Fortunately for displaced Packers fans like myself it’s also the only live broadcast on NFL Network this preseason.  Tonight will be the first time in the 2016 preseason that Packers fans will get to see […]

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Projecting the Roles of Packers’ Rookies: Rounds 4-7

The Green Bay Packers are one of the most effective teams in the league when it comes to drafting players who can have an impact in their rookie season. As discussed last week, the Packers are expecting and hoping for significant impacts from each of their first three draft selections: Kenny Clark, Jason Spriggs, and […]

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Early Packers Defensive Line Preview and Prediction

For the past two seasons the Green Bay Packers have usually kept about 5 or 6 players on the defensive line. With the departure of BJ Raji and Josh Boyd, as well as the four game suspension of Mike Pennel, the Packers’ defensive front will certainly have a significantly different face in 2016. It appears that […]

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Dean Lowry Could Contribute Immediately on Defensive Line

The 2015 Green Bay Packers ranked 19th in the league in rushing defense, giving up 112.7 rushing yards per game. That was an improvement on their 2014 numbers (125.4 rushing yards per game) but it’s certainly an aspect of the defensive game that the Packers will attempt to further refine in 2016. Enter Dean Lowry, […]

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BREAKING: Green Bay Packers select Dean Lowry, DL, Northwestern, 137

Analysis (Taylor O’Neill): A defensive end out of Northwestern, Dean Lowry has good size to play either 5 or 3 technique in a 3-4 defense. Lowry was a consensus second team All-Big Ten player in his senior year where he accumulated 13.5 tackles for a loss and 3 sacks. Lowry is fairly tall at 6’6″ and […]

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