James Starks Should be Supplanted as the Packers’ Number Two Running Back

James Starks has been at times a good to very good running back for the Green Bay Packers over his career. He has also been at times an indecisive and ineffective runner who hesitates at the line and second-guesses which hole to go through or where to cut. Starks has never shown an ability to carry the […]

No Free Agents Left? Here are Three the Packers Should Sign Now

Nearly two weeks into NFL free agency it is time to take stock as to how the Packers are faring and how they might still be able to improve with the signing of a select few of the available players left on the open market. For comparison sake, let’s examine the web site NFL.com for […]

The Loser’s Curse of Free Agency: Randall Cobb Edition

Some of the more academically inclined readers of this fair blog might have read “The Loser’s Curse: Decision Making and Market Efficiency in the National Football League draft”; I recommend going over it although some of the central points about drafting efficiency are no longer true due to the implementation of a rookie contract cap in […]

Packers To Sign Free Agent Tackle Bryan Bulaga

Even if the Green Bay Packers don’t sign any of their remaining free agents the team has to consider their moves in free agency as a whopping success. Per Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, they have agreed to terms with their own unrestricted free agent OT Bryan Bulaga. The Packers now have signed three […]

Cory’s Corner: Vanilla Ted Thompson wins frenetic free agency

This NFL free agency period has been about as active as a koi pond at feeding time. Many teams have been willing to throw life-saving manna at players in the hope that they can spark change. But Packers’ general manager Ted Thompson hasn’t taken any risks. More importantly, he hasn’t reached for anyone. Don’t tell that […]