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 Post subject: Re: Green Bay Packers
PostPosted: Tue Mar 14, 2017 4:39 pm 
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I read some blurb about him showing up to a contract talk meeting with GB at a really high weight.

One of the 3 teams he visited weighed him, he weighed a smooth 267.

I would think that in a contract year you might want to be in good shape

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 Post subject: Re: Green Bay Packers
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RFDC wrote:
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I read some blurb about him showing up to a contract talk meeting with GB at a really high weight.

One of the 3 teams he visited weighed him, he weighed a smooth 267.

I would think that in a contract year you might want to be in good shape

He is, it just happens to be round.


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Uh oh.

Gonna be favorites to win the Super Bowl now.

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Uh oh.

Gonna be favorites to win the Super Bowl now.

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Uh oh.

Gonna be favorites to win the Super Bowl now.

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 Post subject: Re: Green Bay Packers
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Josh Jones and Kevin King seem like good picks. I like that they went defense. Hopefully they can get a pass rusher or ILB in the 3rd.

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I like what they've done so far. Don't know much about the safety but he supposedly brings toughness - which they definitely lack.

I'd like to see them take Samaje Perine & Carl Lawson in the 4th and Caleb Brantley and Nico Siragusa in the later rounds. IMO all of them fill needs and - with the exception of Siragusa - would contribute next season.

Edit: after looking at a list of best available players it seems Dorian Johnson would be a great pick for the O-line as well.

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They said Dorian has a medical issue that is scaring a lot of teams.

Surprised there if you going D you pass on Lawson and Phillips for the kid out of Wisc?

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Not a big fan of the Williams pick. Don't like slow RBs. The more I read about the King and Adams pick the more I love them.

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Not a big fan of the Williams pick. Don't like slow RBs. The more I read about the King and Adams pick the more I love them.

I don't think he'll set the world on fire but he's a good receiver and he timed the same as Jordan Howard...if he gives remotely similar production it's a good pick for late in the 4th round.

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Overall I thought TT had a great draft. I've been pleasantly surprised after the first round.

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Not a big fan of the Williams pick. Don't like slow RBs. The more I read about the King and Adams pick the more I love them.

I don't think he'll set the world on fire but he's a good receiver and he timed the same as Jordan Howard...if he gives remotely similar production it's a good pick for late in the 4th round.

I changed my mind on him after watching the following highlight compilation:

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=AIk6WTf_jq4

The guy is gonna be a monster.

Round 2, No. 33: Kevin King, CB, Washington

Round 2, No. 61: Josh Jones, S, NC State

Round 3, No. 93: Montravius Adams, DT, Auburn

Round 4, No. 108: Vince Biegel, OLB, Wisconsin

Round 4, No. 134: Jamaal Williams, RB, BYU

Round 5, No. 175: Deangelo Yancey, WR, Purdue

Round 5, No. 182: Aaron Jones, RB, UTEP

Round 6, No. 212, Kofi Amichia, T, South Florida

Round 7, No. 238: Devante Mays, RB, Utah State

Round 7, No. 247: Malachi Dupre, WR, LSU



Best Packers draft class in the last 10 years.

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 Post subject: Re: Green Bay Packers
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Keeping Score is that you?

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 Post subject: Re: Green Bay Packers
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FavreFan wrote:
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Not a big fan of the Williams pick. Don't like slow RBs. The more I read about the King and Adams pick the more I love them.

I don't think he'll set the world on fire but he's a good receiver and he timed the same as Jordan Howard...if he gives remotely similar production it's a good pick for late in the 4th round.

I changed my mind on him after watching the following highlight compilation:

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=AIk6WTf_jq4

The guy is gonna be a monster.

Round 2, No. 33: Kevin King, CB, Washington

Round 2, No. 61: Josh Jones, S, NC State

Round 3, No. 93: Montravius Adams, DT, Auburn

Round 4, No. 108: Vince Biegel, OLB, Wisconsin

Round 4, No. 134: Jamaal Williams, RB, BYU

Round 5, No. 175: Deangelo Yancey, WR, Purdue

Round 5, No. 182: Aaron Jones, RB, UTEP

Round 6, No. 212, Kofi Amichia, T, South Florida

Round 7, No. 238: Devante Mays, RB, Utah State

Round 7, No. 247: Malachi Dupre, WR, LSU



Best Packers draft class in the last 10 years.


As much as I hate to admit it I agree. Still, three rb

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 Post subject: Re: Green Bay Packers
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 Post subject: Re: Green Bay Packers
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I watched the game with friends yesterday, recorded it, and watched some more tonight.

It's hard to tell what will be what going forward because these teams know each other and match up with eachother so well, but I think Montgomery is going to be very good. He showed the toughness and vision we were looking for after a full year changing to the RB spot.

Seattle's offensive line is the worst in the NFL, so it's hard to judge the defense yet. We will see next week at Atlanta in the dome. I think the defense is the best it's been since the 2010 SB though.

Cobb looks healthy. I hope they dont use him too often when he isn't needed against lesser matchups. He's a game changer when healthy.

The offense will be fine. They faced what is a likely top 2 defense this year and moved the ball well enough with Bulaga out. Hopefully the RT position doesn't remain a weakness all season, but it looks like it will be.

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 Post subject: Re: Green Bay Packers
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Whats up with Rodgers?

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Whats up with Rodgers?

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 Post subject: Re: Green Bay Packers
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A little off but not worth questioning...
Rodgers finished 28-of-42 for 313 yards with three TDs, one INT and a 102.6 passer rating.

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Whats up with Rodgers?
A little off but not worth questioning...
Rodgers finished 28-of-42 for 313 yards with three TDs, one INT and a 102.6 passer rating.


Yeah, admittedly, my expectations of him are probably unrealistic. I think he's struggling if he doesn't score on every possession.

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Whats up with Rodgers?
A little off but not worth questioning...
Rodgers finished 28-of-42 for 313 yards with three TDs, one INT and a 102.6 passer rating.


Yeah, admittedly, my expectations of him are probably unrealistic. I think he's struggling if he doesn't score on every possession.

Yeah I get it but his O line is getting him killed. Bakhtiari is missed badly and this is where Thompson consistently drops the ball. Thin on back-ups because he cheaps out.

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Whats up with Rodgers?
A little off but not worth questioning...
Rodgers finished 28-of-42 for 313 yards with three TDs, one INT and a 102.6 passer rating.


Yeah, admittedly, my expectations of him are probably unrealistic. I think he's struggling if he doesn't score on every possession.

Yeah I get it but his O line is getting him killed. Bakhtiari is missed badly and this is where Thompson consistently drops the ball. Thin on back-ups because he cheaps out.


The Packers barely beat a team that hadn't scored a TD all year, and this was in GB. Fluke win and they'd be lucky to win 8 games they way theyre playing. Rodgers is on the decline anyway.

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Whats up with Rodgers?
A little off but not worth questioning...
Rodgers finished 28-of-42 for 313 yards with three TDs, one INT and a 102.6 passer rating.


Yeah, admittedly, my expectations of him are probably unrealistic. I think he's struggling if he doesn't score on every possession.

Yeah I get it but his O line is getting him killed. Bakhtiari is missed badly and this is where Thompson consistently drops the ball. Thin on back-ups because he cheaps out.


The Packers barely beat a team that hadn't scored a TD all year, and this was in GB. Fluke win and they'd be lucky to win 8 games they way theyre playing. Rodgers is on the decline anyway.

Solid post. I'm assuming you're drinking so have a good night. :drunken:

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ARod carted off the field.



Looked like a late hit and bruised shoulder.

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