Month: August 2021

Making The Cut 1.0

Now that the first preseason game has been played, I finally feel ready to make a still-too-early prediction on the 53-man roster. Plenty can and probably will change in the two weeks before final cuts are announced, but here’s where…

Jackson Traded To Giants

In a trade of disappointing corners picked early in the 2018 draft, Green Bay sent Josh Jackson to the Giants for Isaac Yiadom. The trade will save the Packers about $366K in cap space. Jackson, who went into the 2018…

Monday Musings: Love’s Debut

It was great to see fans back at Lambeau Field on Saturday night, but I can’t help but think Green Bay had a pretty nice advantage playing in empty stadiums last season. Lambeau is the most iconic stadium in the…

10 Quick Things: GB vs. HOU

After rewatching Saturday night’s game vs. the Texans, here are 10 things worth knowing:   OFFENSE 1) Third-string quarterback Kurt Benkert made some very nice throws, but his awful interception happened the one time he faced heavy pressure. That’s been…

Summer Of Love Set To Begin

Earlier this week, coach Matt LaFleur made official what most people suspected for months – MVP Aaron Rodgers won’t play in any preseason games this summer, and Jordan Love will see the majority of snaps at quarterback. OK, let the…

Thursday Thoughts: Z’s Future

I lost interest in Hard Knocks years ago and watching Jerry Jones preen in front of the camera sure ain’t gonna get me to tune in this summer. But you know what might? Mike McCarthy talking candidly about how Aaron…

Corners Are The Key To D

The Packers have been a good defensive team exactly one time since winning Super Bowl XLV. In 2014, that side of the ball surrendered only 19.2 points per game in the second half of a season that shouldn’t have ended…

Monday Musings: Preseason Games

The Olympics just ended, and what struck me was all the crazy new sports that have been added in recent years. I used to joke that I’d get a gold medal as soon as walking from the couch to the…

Review: Family Night Scrimmage

Rain shortened practice and kept attendance down for Family Night, but nearly 35,000 fans did brave the elements to watch the Packers take another step toward the start of the 2021 season. The following is a look at all 49…

State Of The Offensive Line 2.0

Back in May, I projected how the offensive line would look at the start of training camp. Now, after two weeks of practices and the addition of one new face to the mix, it’s time to project how things will…

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