2005 Packers Draft Ten Years Later

4 responses

  1. James C. Drumheller III
    05/30/2018

    I trust Ted Thompson will draft the players needed to help us win Super Bowl 50. Just look at the players he’s brought to Green Bay so far. I can’t wait for next weekend to see what happens. Green Bay is a draft and develop team everybody knows that who [pays attention.

  2. James C. Drumheller III
    04/24/2015

    I trust Ted Thompson will draft the players needed to help us win Super Bowl 50. Just look at the players he’s brought to Green Bay so far. I can’t wait for next weekend to see what happens. Green Bay is a draft and develop team everybody knows that who [pays attention.

  3. TundraVision
    05/30/2018

    We were on two different planes at that time. I was praying every pick leading up to #24 that the commish didn’t say “Rodgers” at any point.

    I was thrilled. Don’t get me wrong, I loved Favre as much as anyone, but had also been sort of hoping for the retirement before he started a major decline, too. Who would have guessed it would have exploded like it did.

    In the end, it was the perfect scenario. Favre started three more years and finished in 2007 on top of the world, then retired. Rodgers still had a lot of learning to do and benefited greatly from sitting on the bench during that time, avoiding becoming the next Tim Couch or David Carr.

    If only Favre would have stayed retired, how different things might have been.

  4. TundraVision
    04/25/2015

    We were on two different planes at that time. I was praying every pick leading up to #24 that the commish didn’t say “Rodgers” at any point.

    I was thrilled. Don’t get me wrong, I loved Favre as much as anyone, but had also been sort of hoping for the retirement before he started a major decline, too. Who would have guessed it would have exploded like it did.

    In the end, it was the perfect scenario. Favre started three more years and finished in 2007 on top of the world, then retired. Rodgers still had a lot of learning to do and benefited greatly from sitting on the bench during that time, avoiding becoming the next Tim Couch or David Carr.

    If only Favre would have stayed retired, how different things might have been.

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