This will be Ted Thompson’s 10th NFL Draft as the Packers general manager. He has been arguably the biggest lightning rod for criticism over the years. There is inherent value in every round of the draft, but the most consistent value lies in rounds 1-3, which is where I also focus my attention. Thompson did […]
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The Green Bay Packers backfield became a little less crowded when news broke Thursday night that Brandon Jackson signed with the Cleveland Browns. The deal was reportedly for two years and $4.5 million. Jackson was good in pass protection and figured to see plenty of action on third downs if he remained with the Packers. […]
While the Packers accomplished the goal that every team sets out to at the beginning of the season, they weren’t a perfect team by any means. The 2010 Packers lost six games along the way, overcoming several deficiencies in the process. Every Packer fan from the Pacific to the Atlantic (and beyond, for our international readers) expects the Packers to repeat next season, but that might not be possible unless the Packers continue to chase perfection.
Last week we took a look at some statistics to help us answer the question, “Did Jermichael Finley Steal Attention From Greg Jennings?” During the first four games of the season, it seemed as if Jennings was losing productivity to Finley, who posted significantly more receiving yards and catches. However, after looking at the number of targets each receiver was getting in the first four weeks, we came to the conclusion that there was little evidence to support this claim.