Isabella is the Cinderella of the ball

The Green Bay Packers have often come up empty in far too many 3rd & short situations recently. How do Matt Lafleur and Co. solve that problem in 2019? Ask the front office to draft a quick, shift route running slot receiver. Perhaps one that has been continually mocked to the Pack in and around […]

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Mission 2019: Win the trenches!

Aaron Rodgers endured 49 sacks in 2018, far, far too many for any offense to remain elite. Outside of All-Pro left tackle David Bahktiari, the Packers offensive line struggled significantly at times this past season. As every team tries to follow the blueprint of last years’ Super Bowl champion Eagles and stock their defensive lines […]

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Drafting TJ was always the answer for Packers

From the moment the Green Bay Packers signed Lance Kendricks, many of Packers nation looked forward to seeing the offense play more 12 or “Ace” personnel (2 TE, 1 RB, 2 WR). Often, fans of the Packers have hypothesized about the match up problems this formation causes, and easy yards the offense could generate, if […]

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What should the Packers do with #12?

Overall draft pick, I mean. Most draft prognosticators and fans are in agreeance that the most pressing need for the Green Bay Packers is at pass-rusher. Thus, every mock draft you’ll see has the Packers drafting an edge-rusher at number 12, but which one? Assuming Josh Allen of Kentucky is off the board, Brian Burns […]

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Nasir Adderley-The safety the Packers’ defense deserves in 2019

Who knew that a 5’11, 200 pound safety from the University of Delaware would quickly become my most beloved prospect in the entire 2019 NFL Draft. A senior, originally from Philadelphia, Adderley possesses all the traits NFL teams are looking for from the safety position in 2019. After seeing inconsistent (at best) play from HaHa […]

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