The analytical revolution in the NBA brought us more layups and 3s. Some teams have gone so far that they don’t shoot a single midrange shot for a whole game, the entirety of their offense is built around those two shots. In the NFL, we’re still at the three stage. The most successful offenses are […]
Author: Mike Price
Is The Packers Run Defense Fixable?
BREAKING: Green Bay Packers select Anders Carlson, K, Auburn in Round 6
Analysis: The Packers may have drafted their kicker of the future with one of several sixth-round picks on Saturday. Anders Carlson was a five-year starter at Auburn and ended his career there with a 71% (76/107) field goal percentage. Carlson is the younger brother of Daniel Carlson, now kicking for the Raiders. Carlson was Dane […]
Can the Packers Sign Free Agents?
The Packers are in a terrible salary cap situation. After the inevitable Aaron Rodgers trade, they’ll have just $9 million to sign draft picks and maneuver during the season. They can extend Rashan Gary to open up a little more cap space, but there are very few moves left after that. Unfortunately, the team has […]
Unexpected Packers Draft Picks
The draft history of Packers general manager Brian Gutekunst has been consistently surprising. From drafting players projected to go in the third-round to drafting players who didn’t fit Ted Thompson’s size profile to off-ball linebackers to Jordan Love, Gutekunst never fails to surprise with his first-round pick. Let’s go over a few Packers draft candidates […]
How Will the Packers Offense Change With Jordan Love?
Will the Packers Draft a Small Receiver?
The Packers draft strategy in the Ted Thompson/Brian Gutekunst era, and especially in the Brian Gutekunst/Matt LaFleur era has focused on big WRs with run blocking prowess. The specialization in these types of receivers has been so strict that many Packers Twitter members believe that it is impossible that Green Bay would take a small […]