With the 186th pick in the 2011 NFL draft, the Green Bay Packers selected Appalachian State linebacker D.J. Smith.
Packer fans, here’s a different way to look at the recent NFL Draft:
An interesting piece of information just came to my attention, namely a photo was recently leaked of Jerry Jones during the NFL draft in front of the Dallas’ Cowboys’ big board .
More importantly, Cowboy fans with no lives have spent hours working out the players listed in the majority of rounds one through four.
If you’re looking for a straight-to-the-point, no-nonsense breakdown of each Green Bay Packer draft choice, I have just the article for you. Written by guest author Pigskin Paul, this synopsis will give you the key points you need to know about each new player. Enjoy!
So now that the NFL draft is officially over, tons of fans will converge on Packers web sites to air their grievances about not drafting a particular player or reaching for another. They will hand out grades to teams and players alike; argue with other fans about what should have happened, and how the analysts have no idea what they are talking about.
As day 3 of the 2010 NFL Draft came to a close, I thought about the the selections the Packers made and quickly realized one thing: I like these picks better in the reverse order of which they were taken. 5A) TE, Andrew Quarless, Penn State, 6’4″ – 252 lbs. 5B) T/G, Marshall Newhouse, TCU, […]