Packers: Who is the Next Randall Cobb in the 2020 Draft?

Randall Cobb was the consummate do-it-all weapon for much of his time with the Green Bay Packers, who at his peak embodied the model slot receiver every NFL franchise covets.  At a compactly-built 5’10”, 195 pounds, the 2011 second-round pick was a raw route runner when first donning the Packers’ uniform, but presented a set […]

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Funchess a quality addition for Packers

Last week, it was reported that the Green Bay Packers had come to terms with wide receiver Devin Funchess. The former big wide receiver who played for the Carolina Panthers and Indianapolis Colts is looking to resurrect his game in Green Bay. Funchess signed a contract with Green bay worth $2.5 million, but could potentially […]

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2019 Review: Defensive Backs & Safeties

Moving onto the second-to-last part of our 2019 positional recap, the Green Bay Packers actually enjoyed one of their better years from their defensive backfield. Led by stud Louisville cornerback Jaire Alexander, this unit was one of the best ones for Mike Pettine in ‘19. Alexander and Kevin King were holding down the vast majority […]

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Derek Wolfe: An Intriguing F/A Target for the Packers

While the Packers’ humdrum free-agent haul to this point ranks somewhere between sorting through two-weeks worth of junk mail and waiting in line at the post office, defensive lineman Derek Wolfe stands out as an unclaimed option that could chip in and shore up a less-than-impenetrable run defense. Though much of the offseason scuttlebutt has […]

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A Look at the Packers 2020 Passing Game

The much-maligned Packers’ pass-catchers will look a lot different in 2020. But before we look to the future let’s hop in Doc’s DeLorean and go back to last summer. Entering the 2019 season the Packers receivers were, well, a bit of an unknown. Personally, I was excited. I thought the receiving crew had a shot […]

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How the Packers can win the 2020 NFL Draft

As the second wave of free agency hits, NFL teams are wary of the effects of COVID-19 on their off-season plans. Front office gatherings are prohibited, and team facilities are closed. Properly evaluating medicals, and coming to a consensus on players could become a challenge. The brass at 1265 Lombardi will have to take risks […]

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