The Crystal Ball: What to Expect as the Packers Face Washington

Starting each Friday for the rest of the season, we will take a look at what to expect for the Green Bay Packers’ upcoming game. Injuries: As of Thursday’s practice, only Aaron Rodgers and Kevin King were non-participatory in practice. Barring some new set back, Rodgers will certainly play (he’s expected to practice on Saturday), […]

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Packers Final 53-Man Roster: Taylor’s Prediction

With the fourth and final preseason game in the books, the Green Bay Packers will get their final look at their roster before having to cut it down to 53 players by Saturday afternoon. PackersTalk’s Ross Uglem posted his final projection here. Here is my own attempt at a projection of who the Packers will […]

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BREAKING: Green Bay Packers select Cole Madison, OT, Washington St. at 138

Analysis (Taylor O’Neill): Madison is exactly the sort of player that the Packers like to draft for their offensive line. A college tackle, Madison is athletic with excellent footwork that helps him to make blocks in space. He’s a smart player who has the instincts and agility to make quick adjustments as a blocker. He […]

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Possible Mid-Round Targets for Packers at Each Position of Need

Unless the Green Bay Packers and newly minted GM Brian Gutekunst decide to move around via trades, the Packers first two picks in the 2018 NFL Draft will come at #14 and #45. A lot of digital ink has been spilled discussing the Packers’ first two picks, especially that first rounder, which will be the […]

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How did Packers Fare in Real-Time Simulated Draft?

Everyone knows that mock drafts are a dime a dozen at this time of the year. However, I had the opportunity to participate in a mock draft that attempted to ratchet up the realism by being a real-time simulation. Mock of Ages 2018 (@mockofages) brought together 44 “GMs” (some teams had more than one) to […]

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Ranking Mid-Round Running Backs that Could Play Role for Packers

The Green Bay Packers’ off-season will surely be focused on beefing up the defense. The Packers biggest holes are at outside linebacker and cornerback. The offensive side of the ball has a few holes in its own right, with tight end topping that list (obviously the signing of Jimmy Graham helps in the short term, […]

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Packers Should Utilize a 4-3 Defense

The Green Bay Packers have officially hired a defensive coordinator, ex-Cleveland Browns head coach Mike Pettine. While Pettine is more of a base 3-4 coach, he’s known for using various concepts and looks as a head coach and defensive coordinator. Among those concepts are variations on the traditional 4-3 defense. Pettine defense's have been successful […]

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