2018 Green Bay Packers Position Breakdown: Running Back

Running Back looked like a glaring weakness for the Green Bay Packers before the 2017 draft, and a little over a year later, looks like a major strength. The rookie years Aaron Jones and Jamaal Williams had without Aaron Rodgers should make Packers’ fans very excited to see what they can do with #12 under […]

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Who Will Emerge as Starter at Running Back?

The running back position is one position that General Manager Brian Gutekunst did not have to address during the draft. The team currently has four running back on the roster, Ty Montgomery, Jamaal Williams, Aaron Jones, Devante Mays. This does not include fullback Aaron Ripkowski. This is currently a good situation to be in, as […]

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Ranking Mid-Round Running Backs that Could Play Role for Packers

The Green Bay Packers’ off-season will surely be focused on beefing up the defense. The Packers biggest holes are at outside linebacker and cornerback. The offensive side of the ball has a few holes in its own right, with tight end topping that list (obviously the signing of Jimmy Graham helps in the short term, […]

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Green Bay Packers Running Attack: Jamaal Williams vs. Aaron Jones

At the start of the 2017 season, the Green Bay Packers were high on Ty Montgomery being able to shoulder the rushing load. As many may have predicted, he went through a few injuries, notably his ribs on a couple different occasions. In the end, Montgomery gave way to two different rookies, Jamaal Williams and […]

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Which Packers Could Be First Time Pro Bowlers in 2018?

The 2017 Pro Bowl has come and gone, as the AFC squad overcame a 20-3 deficit to defeat the NFC 24-23 this past Sunday. Two Packers played in the NFL’s all star game, defensive lineman Mike Daniels and wide receiver Davante Adams. Daniels repeatedly generated pressure, even while going up against the AFC’s best linemen, […]

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Dealing with the Packers’ Running Back Situation

Across the duration of the 2017 regular season, the Green Bay Packers, as a team, rushed for 1,724 yards on 386 carries, equaling out to 4.5 yards per carry. While this stat is not awful considering the amount of fluctuation in the backfield throughout the year, the NFL’s rushing leader Todd Gurley from the Rams […]

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