Late-round gems to plug into LaFleur’s offense

For any number of reasons, the former Tennessee Titans offensive coordinator Matt LaFleur caught general manager Brian Gutekunst and team’s eye during the hiring process. Seemingly a good fit when paired with MVP quarterback Aaron Rodgers, LaFleur will be under the gun from early on in the process for how he not only handles returning […]

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Focus on Offense May Lead to Defensive Stars Falling in Draft

With the consistent focus of teams prioritizing offense over defense in the current-day NFL, the 2019 NFL draft may be just what the Green Bay Packers need in terms of value selections. There are plenty of quarterback-needy teams in a quarterback-trash draft, and outside of Dwayne Haskins out of Ohio State, there is no true […]

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Bringing Back Luke Getsy Best Move of the Offseason

In an offseason that has been filled with coaching hires of names that not many have heard of before, the Green Bay Packers may have made their most underrated offseason move (so far) in bringing back former wide receivers coach Luke Getsy, who will now take his turn in coaching the quarterbacks. Someone that Aaron […]

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Draft Results Helped Make Gutekunst Household Name

Coming into the 2018 NFL draft, the Green Bay Packers had recently undergone a change in their franchise hierarchy not commonly experienced, the changing of the guard at general manager. Franchise leader Ted Thompson, who many fans had called for his removal for many years, finally moved on and pushed into a senior front office […]

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Why Green Bay Should Relish the Underdog Role in 2019

Anytime a team makes a change at head coach, the first season with the new coach is always met with skepticism. How the new coach can handle the players, how the new scheme fits with the existing roster, how positional coaches can connect with players, and on and on. The 2019 Green Bay Packers have […]

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How Green Bay Can Improve Its 2019 Financial Outlook

Coming into the offseason, the Green Bay Packers have a good amount of money to spend in free agency. According to Spotrac, Green Bay ranks below average with amount of money to spend, as $32,299,312, putting them with the 17th-most space. While this number doesn’t even come close to that of list-leading Indianapolis (over $122 […]

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Under the Radar Finds in ’19 Free Agency Class

After what was a treacherous 2018 season, the Green Bay Packers go into the free agency period with a decent amount of cash to spend ($44,000,000+), no head coach and a braintrust of general manager Brian Gutekunst, who has gone on the record with saying that he is not afraid to spend money for improvements. […]

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