Josh Myers

Previews & Reviews

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

State Of The Offensive Line

Three short years ago, the Packers entered August with David Bakhtiari at left tackle, Elgton Jenkins at left guard, Corey Linsley at center, Billy Turner at right guard, and Bryan Bulaga at right tackle. When the offense takes the field for the first practice of training camp on Wednesday morning, none of those players will […]

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Main Story

10 Quick Things: GB vs. DET

After rewatching Sunday’s game against the Detroit Lions, here are 10 things worth knowing:   OFFENSE 1) Jordan Love reminded me of DeShon Kizer before the 2020 draft and watching him throw 62 passes in four games this season has done little to make me re-think that comparison. Playing with backup receivers on Sunday, the former […]

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Players & Coaches

Potential Impact Of Returning Stars

The Packers clinched the No. 1 seed in the NFC and compiled the best record in the league despite playing without three All-Pros and their starting center for most of the season. With their playoffs set to begin in two and a half weeks, there’s at least a chance that corner Jaire Alexander, left tackle […]

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Players Players & Coaches

Midseason Rookie Report Card

After a rookie class that barely contributed in 2020, the Packers needed more from the nine players who were drafted in April. They’ve got just that, and it’s a big reason why a team battered by injuries has still been able to post the league’s second-best record at midseason. The following is an analysis of […]

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Previews & Reviews

10 Quick Things: GB vs. NO

After rewatching Sunday’s game against the New Orleans Saints, here are 10 things worth knowing:   OFFENSE 1) Elgton Jenkins was terrific in his first start at left tackle. He moved defenders in the run game and was nearly flawless in protection. Marcus Davenport is a very talented young pass rusher, and he couldn’t figure […]

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Players

Ranking The Rookies: Offense

The Green Bay Packers came into last month’s draft needing help at wide receiver and the offensive line, and general manager Brian Gutekunst addressed both positions by the end of the third round. Unlike a year ago when quarterback Jordan Love, running back A.J. Dillon, and fullback/tight end Josiah Deguara were picked with an eye […]

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Draft

Packers Keep Filling Needs On Day 2

Earlier this week, I listed the Packers’ top four needs as cornerback, offensive line, defensive line, and wide receiver. Well, you can cross three of them off the list. After selecting corner Eric Stokes in round one, general manager Brian Gutekunst added an offensive lineman (Josh Myers) and a wide receiver (Amari Rodgers) in rounds […]

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