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Thoughts on the game... First off Mack is really good and it sucks we had a shot at him and he ended up with the Bears.  Definitely changed the game plan for the team.  It should have changed qui

I just wanted to share a story for all you Packers fans.   I'm from Aaron Rodgers hometown and went to the same high school.  He's regularly helped with paying for kids uniforms etc and this year both

Breaking news, Clay Matthews just got flagged for roughing the passer in the Bills game. The penalty will be assessed on the opening kickoff.

17 minutes ago, Drezden said:

OL at 12, don't overthink here , safe and solid !

OL is not remotely safe and sound as far as us old-timers are concerned.  D. Sherrod, J. Michels, T. Mandarich ...

This season's strength could be next season's weakness.  My hope as always is to completely ignore current needs and select the best player available.

I can't be bothered following this stuff, but am looking forward to reading about all the Packers' new players next week.

 

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These draft experts predicting Lock @ 1.30 :lol:Come ON! They trade away a first round (albeit never actually played like one) in Randall for Kizer in one of Gute's first move as GM....not gonna happen.

Take Hock or the best OL at 12, if  somehow Hock falls to 12, trade 30 for more OL, DL  & Andy Isabella.

Go Pack! 

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1 hour ago, Dark Matter said:

These draft experts predicting Lock @ 1.30 :lol:Come ON! They trade away a first round (albeit never actually played like one) in Randall for Kizer in one of Gute's first move as GM....not gonna happen.

Take Hock or the best OL at 12, if  somehow Hock falls to 12, trade 30 for more OL, DL  & Andy Isabella.

Go Pack! 

Agreed hacks comparing it to the Packers drafting Rodgers when they still had Favre.  Completely different as Favre was talking retirement for at least a season or two when they drafted Rodgers. 

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2 hours ago, Pipes said:

Agreed hacks comparing it to the Packers drafting Rodgers when they still had Favre.  Completely different as Favre was talking retirement for at least a season or two when they drafted Rodgers. 

The two situations are obviously different, but the fact remains that Rodgers' successor is not currently on the roster, and I think there are signs he is declining and becoming more and more susceptible to injury.   Its always better to act early, before it becomes an emergency situation where we are acting from a position of urgent need, rather than preparing for the future. I don't really follow the draft, but if the Packers believe another Aaron Rodgers is on the board at #12 or #30, they absolutely have to take him.   I think it is imperative the team is comfortable that they have identified and signed Rodgers' successor by this time next year.  Putting it off any longer risks sending the team into a Bears/Vikings spiral into NFL hell.

 

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2 minutes ago, CletiusMaximus said:

The two situations are obviously different, but the fact remains that Rodgers' successor is not currently on the roster, and I think there are signs he is declining and becoming more and more susceptible to injury.   Its always better to act early, before it becomes an emergency situation where we are acting from a position of urgent need, rather than preparing for the future. I don't really follow the draft, but if the Packers believe another Aaron Rodgers is on the board at #12 or #30, they absolutely have to take him.   I think it is imperative the team is comfortable that they have identified and signed Rodgers' successor by this time next year.  Putting it off any longer risks sending the team into a Bears/Vikings spiral into NFL hell.

 

:goodposting:We saw the QB stylings of DKizer and it aint pretty.  Agree, the heir apparent needs to be on board asap and I will be shocked if it happens in the first round of this years draft.

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2 hours ago, CletiusMaximus said:

The two situations are obviously different, but the fact remains that Rodgers' successor is not currently on the roster, and I think there are signs he is declining and becoming more and more susceptible to injury.   Its always better to act early, before it becomes an emergency situation where we are acting from a position of urgent need, rather than preparing for the future. I don't really follow the draft, but if the Packers believe another Aaron Rodgers is on the board at #12 or #30, they absolutely have to take him.   I think it is imperative the team is comfortable that they have identified and signed Rodgers' successor by this time next year.  Putting it off any longer risks sending the team into a Bears/Vikings spiral into NFL hell.

 

They have too many needs to take a QB with one of their 1st 3 picks. Draft a QB in round 3 or later. You have a couple of years to gamble on a later round QB. More important needs for future OL on the right side, need a replacement for the senior citizens at TE, and still need some pass rushers. Could also use another weapon at WR.

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2 minutes ago, Bronco Billy said:

too early for fant.  They have their pick of WRs though...

If agree but have heard some say it...and there goes Williams.  I don’t see WR here . Think it’s D still .

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2 minutes ago, Balco said:

Too early for Fant. With Hockenson gone along with the two Linebackers, would not hate a trade down now.

Not a terrible choice...odd Schefter posted earlier they looked to trade up from 30 so who knows if they like a few guys in the teens to twenties and move down now and back up later tonight with picks they get for moving down. 

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2 hours ago, CletiusMaximus said:

The two situations are obviously different, but the fact remains that Rodgers' successor is not currently on the roster, and I think there are signs he is declining and becoming more and more susceptible to injury.   Its always better to act early, before it becomes an emergency situation where we are acting from a position of urgent need, rather than preparing for the future. I don't really follow the draft, but if the Packers believe another Aaron Rodgers is on the board at #12 or #30, they absolutely have to take him.   I think it is imperative the team is comfortable that they have identified and signed Rodgers' successor by this time next year.  Putting it off any longer risks sending the team into a Bears/Vikings spiral into NFL hell.

 

Agree to disagree. With the huge extension they gave Rodgers they have to put as much talent around him as possible.  Worry about the future later I’d hate to see them waste Rodgers like they have been.

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2 hours ago, Dark Matter said:

:goodposting:We saw the QB stylings of DKizer and it aint pretty.  Agree, the heir apparent needs to be on board asap and I will be shocked if it happens in the first round of this years draft.

Yeah but don’t waste a top pick.  Build a team to win now odds are there is going to be a period of crappy football once Rodgers is done.  

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13 minutes ago, GoPackGo62 said:

Horrible pick. My faith in the GM took a step down.

I love these kind of comments lol.  Not one person on this board knows if a pick is horrible or excellent before a guy steps on the field.

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7 minutes ago, Bronco Billy said:

 

So no one should have an opinion?

Opinion is one thing but he declared it a terrible pick.  An opinion is I hate that pick declaring a pick as terrible seems more like a statement of fact.  

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8 minutes ago, Drezden said:

 at Michigan (in 3years)only 9.5 sacks, missed time last season with injury, this is at least Questionable pick at 12

 

Clay Matthews had 5.5 sacks in 4 years at USC.

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12 minutes ago, Pipes said:

Opinion is one thing but he declared it a terrible pick.  An opinion is I hate that pick declaring a pick as terrible seems more like a statement of fact.  

Agree...opinion is I prefer this guy or this guy.

Is he is a risk?  Sure...is he a freak athlete? Hell yes.  

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