Players to watch for at OTAs

J’Mon Moore, WR: Draftniks and fans alike expected more from Moore in 2018. The first of three wide receivers drafted in Brian Gutekunst first draft, The twenty-three year old from Texas was thought to be the pass-catcher most likely to contribute in his first year with the Packers. The complete opposite took place. Number 82 […]

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Predicting the Packers 2020 Draft Needs

With the 2019 NFL draft in the rearview mirror and teams beginning offseason activities, next year’s draft is the furthest from most teams’ minds. However, with an uber-talented draft class coming up, it’s always fun to speculate on what direction the Green Bay Packers may take in 2020. The Packers are banking on key contributions […]

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Why Elgton Jenkins was the Packers best pick

Selecting a center in the NFL Draft is never a flashy pick. Often disregarded as a non-premium position in football circles, interior offensive lineman are rarely given the credit they deserve for an offense’s success. Offensive lineman are seen as solid, safe picks in early rounds of drafts. (Derek Sherrod wasn’t) Mostly because those who […]

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Analyzing Gutekunst’s Draft Trends

This weekend’s entertainment mainly focused on loss. Who will survive in the Avengers and the Battle for Winterfell? For the NFL though, the festivities were focused on gaining people rather than losing them. The 2019 draft is over and there are eight new Green Bay Packers, with more to come as the team adds priority […]

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Reviewing the Packers 2019 Draft Class

Months and months of pre-draft evaluations, tape grinding and medical assessments, done by scouts, team executives and fans across the world and in just three days the 2019 NFL has officially come to a close. With the Arizona Cardinals selection of UCLA tight end Caleb Wilson as Mr.Irrelevant, the 2019 draft is over. Before we […]

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