Elgton Jenkins

Players & Coaches

Snap Judgements: Week 7

After rethinking about Sunday’s game against the Commanders, here are three things worth discussing: 1) Stick a fork in the Packers because they appear to be done. Being 3-4 in the surprisingly weak NFC isn’t the problem. Being an unimpressive 3-4 is the problem. An offense led by reigning MVP Aaron Rodgers has sputtered all […]

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Players & Coaches

What’s Wrong With The Offense?

Green Bay scored 197 points and averaged 394 yards en route to a 5-1 start in 2020. Two years later, the numbers are 107, 348, and 3-3. So what’s wrong with the offense? Sometimes the right answer is also the most obvious one. These current Packers aren’t nearly as talented, even though six of the […]

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Previews & Reviews

5 Quick Things: GB vs. NYG

After rewatching Sunday’s game against the New York Giants, here are five six things worth knowing: 1) It was a tale of two tackles on Sunday. On the right side, Elgton Jenkins looked more like his old self after four rough outings. The former Mississippi State star, who held up very well when lined up against […]

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5 Quick Things: GB vs. NE

After rewatching Sunday’s game vs. the New England Patriots, here are five six things worth knowing: 1) Rashan Gary did what great players do on Sunday – he took over a game. The fourth-year outside linebacker had a pair of sacks, three hurries, and forced a fumble that he recovered. There’s no truth to the […]

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5 Quick Things: GB vs. TB

After rewatching Sunday’s game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, here are five things worth knowing: 1) In only his second game in nearly two years, David Bakhtiari’s 35 snaps went better than expected. The veteran left tackle held up well in pass protection against one of the best edge rushers in the league (Shaq Barrett). […]

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10 Quick Things: GB vs. CHI

After rewatching Sunday night’s game against the Chicago Bears, here are 10 things worth knowing: 5 QUICK THINGS 1) If AJ Dillon is ever going to be a legit No. 1 running back, he needs to do a better job of making tacklers miss. The bruising third-year pro should’ve averaged more than 3.4 yards per […]

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Players & Coaches

Offensive Line’s Future Is Bright

It might be difficult to believe following last week’s collapse against the Minnesota Vikings, but the Packers’ offensive line is actually in good shape for the future. And while that future almost certainly won’t include former All-Pro David Bakhtiari, a handful of talented young prospects are ready to usher in a new era of quality […]

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Players & Coaches

Pick An Excuse, Any Excuse

Excuses are for losers is a popular saying, but sometimes, especially when it comes to the world of sports, they can be at least somewhat legitimate. The following are five excuses to help explain the Packers’ terrible showing in the season opener against the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday (how much, if any, validity you give […]

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Players & Coaches

10 Most Important Packers

Green Bay did a commendable job of overcoming injuries to key players last season, but when it mattered most, the team really missed Robert Tonyan, David Bakhtiari, and Elgton Jenkins in the divisional round loss to San Francisco (they also could’ve used a healthy Za’Darius Smith and Jaire Alexander on the final drive of that […]

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Should Bakhtiari Play On Sunday?

The Packers could undoubtedly use David Bakhtiari against Za’Darius Smith and the Vikings on Sunday, but the NFL season is a marathon and not a sprint, so sitting the star left tackle – even if he’s deemed ready to play – might be a good idea. Bakhtiari has played only 27 snaps since suffering a […]

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