Award #4: Green Bay Packer Most Likely to Hurt a fan with his Lambeau Leap:
In this second installment of our 2011 Draft Prep series looking at the Green Bay Packers’ needs by position, we are going to analyze how the running back positions (HB and FB) currently stand. Strengths, weaknesses, depth, and uncertainties will all be examined to determine the urgency of need in regards to next season.
Korey Hall might be the least known of the Packers fullback trio, but he’s turned into one of Green Bay’s most important special teamers. Hall once again led the Packers in special teams tackles despite fighting through a lingering knee injury.
He may not be a folk hero like fellow fullback John Kuuuuuuuuhn, but Quinn Johnson is no small guy. Drafted in the fifth round by the Green Bay Packers in 2009 out of LSU, Johnson is a beast of a man and has been a key part of bolstering the Packers’ rushing attack. While he may not be a touchdown machine near the goal line like Kuhn, Johnson took his blocking role seriously even though he was only active for 11 games this season
Bryan Bulaga: I can see why Mike McCarthy is giving Bulaga a chance at a starting job. Bulaga was almost perfect in his Packers debut. He wasn’t beaten once. Whether out on the edge with a linebacker or further inside battling the likes of Cullen Jenkins, Bulaga stood his ground and neutralized the pass rush. He showed