Should Packers Go With Running Back by Committee?

The season is getting closer, as there just 19 days before the Packers take the field in the preseason opener against Tennessee. As we head into late July, one question people wonder about the Green Bay Packers offense is who will be the lead running back. This question is particularly interesting to those who play […]

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Possible Replacements for Mike McCarthy

Mike McCarthy was given a one-year contract extension last season, which means the Green Bay Packers are content with McCarthy as the head coach, but are not completely sold on him moving forward. I already mentioned in an earlier article that McCarthy’s job could be in jeopardy, despite having just his first losing season last […]

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J.K. Scott Will Turn Out to be a Steal

A lot has been made of the Green Bay Packers first two draft picks of cornerbacks Jaire Alexander and Josh Jackson, and rightfully so. However, I believe fifth round pick J.K. Scott will be the lower round pick with a huge impact for the Green & Gold. People talk about how much of a reach […]

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My Bold Prediction: Vince Biegel Will Lead Team in Sacks

Last offseason, the Green Bay Packers made a controversial (at least in the state of Wisconsin) decision to pass on drafting University of Wisconsin pass rusher T.J. Watt in the first round. Instead, then-General Manager Ted Thompson traded down to the top of the second round and selected Washington cornerback Kevin King. With the extra […]

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Looking Ahead to the Packers 2019 Free Agents

I know the 2018 season hasn’t even started yet, but next offseason will certainly be an interesting one. Three Green Bay Packers starting defenders and one of the main weapons for Aaron Rodgers are all free agents. However, if Brian Gutekunst in anything like Ted Thompson, I could see one or two of them extended […]

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Battle to back up Aaron Rodgers

Last year when Aaron Rodgers went down, the Green Bay Packers went on a tailspin that resulted in them going from 4-1 to 7-9 and out of the playoffs for the first time since 2008. After Rodgers broke his collarbone at US Bank Stadium in October, the Packers let Brett Hundley run the show, and […]

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