Packers 2022 NFL Draft: Is Wide Receiver The Biggest Need?

There’s no doubt, the Green Bay Packers 2022 NFL Draft needs a wide receiver in it. Nearly a dozen WRs are expected to be selected in the first few days (rounds 1-3). The Packers have more than a great opportunity to select one or more talented players, even trading up for an elite talent with […]

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Welcome to Green Bay Sammy Watkins, The Packers Need You

Yes, welcome to Green Bay Sammy Watkins, we need you. Of course, to help replace the recently traded DaVante Adams (still in shock slightly) and Marquez Valdez-Scantling, now in Kansas City. However, the Packers need you because of the disappointing two years the Packers had with Devin Funchess and the learned lessons from it. Funchess, […]

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Is the 2022 Green Bay Packers Defense Finally Ready?

It feels good, doesn’t it? Yes, the sweet relief of Jaire Alexander’s extension still hasn’t washed over Packer fans, but it’s coming soon. With that major caveat, the 2022 Green Bay Packers defense is the most reassuring offseason development — it has continued to develop and is perhaps peaking. One thing is for sure, this […]

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Remember the Titans (and Packers): One and Done in 2021

There’s a certain number one conference seed that didn’t win a game in the playoffs despite a bye-week. The team rolled through the year with a dominating record and had many of the key ingredients for a Super Bowl run. That team is, of course, The 2021 Tennessee Titans. So, let’s remember the Titans “One […]

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MVS Giveth, MVS Taketh, MVS Leaveth

Marquez Valdes-Scantling (MVS) signed a 3-year/$30 million contract with the Kansas City Chiefs.  Over the last few seasons, MVS gave the Packers a “take the top off of the defense” weapon that allowed for Davante Adams to put up monster numbers and enabled the running game to have favorable looks. It also allowed for MVS […]

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Will Aaron Rodgers Buck the Trend of “Over 40” NFL QB Success?

Aaron Rodgers intends to sign a ~$50 million per year, 4-year deal with the Green Bay Packers instead of retiring. With that news, it now seems incredibly likely that Rodgers will join the short line of Hall of Fame NFL QBs to have an over-40 phase of their career, including Tom Brady and Drew Brees.  […]

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