Packers Plug Gaps with Patient Free Agency Approach

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  1. Pandabucks
    03/13/2019

    One elite talent will fall to #12. Ignoring the impossible guys like Quinnen Williams, here are some options–and we can now go purely BPA:

    Highly Unlikely: Montez Sweat, DK Metcalf, Devin White

    Unlikely: Ed Oliver, Jawaan Taylor

    Even Money: Rashan Gary, Jonah Williams, Greedy Williams

    Likely (If this is all there is, trade down and get one later): Brian Burns, Dexter Lawrence, Devin Bush, both Iowa tight ends, Andre Dillard, Clelin Ferrell

    We’ve filled some gaps with adequate talent. Now draft for BIG talent. You have to think one of the higher talents will slip through to pick #12.

    • James C. Drumheller III
      03/15/2019

      Panda. I truly believe we should stay at 12 and a blue chip player will fall in our lap just like last year. Now we just don’t only have to look at EDGE,though we probably will. Devin White would be an excellent pick and there’s always surprises in the first. Picking the premier wide receiver at 12 would be an outstanding way to start our draft. Every mock I’ve seen so far has defense and QBs,possibly three in the top ten. Or possibly Fant or Hochensen going that early which makes no sense to me. Also, two or three offensive linemen in the top ten.We could have the pick of the litter at wide receiver. GO PACK GO!!! Gute’s on to something so far. I like another running back in the third too or Andy Isabella for sure.

  2. dennis
    03/14/2019

    Great FA acquisitions I feel. Now, draft two starters for sure, not developmental players. Pack will be greatly improved.

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