Andrew Quarless, the Green Bay Packers’ 2010 fifth round pick, wasn’t expected to contribute as much as he was forced to this season. Jermichael Finley’s season-ending injury in Week 5 and the decline of Donald Lee put Quarless into the starting lineup — a position he wasn’t mentally or physically ready for.
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.
Live Tonight – Cheeshead Nation presents the post-draft edition of Packers Transplants. Packers Draft Choice James Starks will be interviewed and Tony Pauline from Sports Illustrated and TFY Draft will be discussing the Packers Draft. As usual, I’ll be a guest panelist on the live blog. Join us for some great Packers entertainment.
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, […]
For Green Bay Packer Die-Hards ONLY – NFL Draft 2010 Day 3 Live Blog