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  • Originally posted by cvv84 View Post
    No, I actually know what he's saying and I don't agree with him. Do you not understand that concept either?

    Amazing what happens when you leave a player at one position. Lets hope they keep that going with the offensive line.
    I just hope Bulaga proves me wrong, and turns into a good or great NFL offensive lineman, and stops killing us too often this season.

    He killed us in the Redskins game, and tried to kill us last week vs the Bears.
    And he messed up on the final drive at New England. Not the last play that Flynn was sacked on by BB's guy -that wasn't BB's fault-, but the one on 1st down of that drive that set us back fatally.

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    • Originally posted by J-Mike88 View Post
      I just hope Bulaga proves me wrong, and turns into a good or great NFL offensive lineman, and stops killing us too often this season.

      He killed us in the Redskins game, and tried to kill us last week vs the Bears.
      And he messed up on the final drive at New England. Not the last play that Flynn was sacked on by BB's guy -that wasn't BB's fault-, but the one on 1st down of that drive that set us back fatally.
      Bulaga is a LT, we cannot blame him for everything. Hes learning to play RT and shortcomings are to be expected. Remember when we tried Colledge at tackle? It was a disaster. Not eveybody can make a switch and be succesful. Bulaga is very young, and hes doing a good job, a little patience please.

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      • Originally posted by Favre4ever View Post
        Bulaga is a LT, we cannot blame him for everything. Hes learning to play RT and shortcomings are to be expected. Remember when we tried Colledge at tackle? It was a disaster. Not eveybody can make a switch and be succesful. Bulaga is very young, and hes doing a good job, a little patience please.
        Well Put...The guy is only 21 years old. He has a bright future as an LT for the Pack.

        All we need is a guy like Carimi to play RT or LG and move Lang to RT and we have just secured our OL for a long time.

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        • Bulaga was playing well for much of the season, but seems to have hit the "rookie wall" I'm not worried about him. He's also playing out of position, and I wish the Packers would STOP moving guys around on the OL

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          • Little early does anyone think packers should really make a strong play for Aso? He is agruably the most shut down corner in the leage(only 33 targets 13 rec for 205 yards 0 Tds in 10') You put him opposite of a shutdown Williams and let Woodson be Woodson and play everywhere. Sheilds is great depth a would give Packers possibly the best or at least top 5 DB core. Woodson could also move up to SS if need be. Since hearing about the void this has been on my mind. Who would people attack? This would also allow more time for the front 6 or 7 to cause a QB hell.

            The question is he worth the money and if TT would even make an attempt but man that would be scary! Aso, Woodson, Williams, Collins, Sheilds, Burnett

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            • he is worth th emoney, but I doubt the Pack sign him. They'll be lookin to lock up Jenkins, probably Jackson as well. Say what you want about his running, he's excellent on 3rd downs and is a great blocker. A solid backup.

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              • Originally posted by BloodBrother View Post
                he is worth th emoney, but I doubt the Pack sign him. They'll be lookin to lock up Jenkins, probably Jackson as well. Say what you want about his running, he's excellent on 3rd downs and is a great blocker. A solid backup.


                Agree about Jackson. I think he would had an excellent year behind Grant this year as a 3rd down back. He showed he couldn't be a starting back, but I like him a lot in a role behind a #1.

                That screen TD was ran beautifully.

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                • Originally posted by roughrider30 View Post
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                  Agree about Jackson. I think he would had an excellent year behind Grant this year as a 3rd down back. He showed he couldn't be a starting back, but I like him a lot in a role behind a #1.

                  That screen TD was ran beautifully.
                  But realistically will they keep Grant, Starks, Jackson, Kuhn?


                  When being a fanboi goes too far.

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                  • Well, Kuhn is a FB, so they could keep all of them.

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                    • Originally posted by BloodBrother View Post
                      Well, Kuhn is a FB, so they could keep all of them.
                      Agreed, I don't see why not. They can still do what they do with Kuhn next season, Grant is not the worlds greatest power back. Jackson can still be third down back because he is the best blocker and receiver in our backfield. Then you have Grant and Grant 2.0 (James Starks) who are pretty much the same back (size, running styple)

                      We got a power back, 2 slashers, and while Jackson a homerun theat 3rd down back he does get the job done, not to forget a bruising fullback. I think Korey Hall will be the odd man out even though he is a great specialist (Havner was better and he got cut)

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                      • Starks reminds me of a poor-man's Adrian Peterson now.... big and strong, fast, leans forward at the end of almost every run. Hungry, energetic.

                        I think all our RB's FBs will be back next year except Korey Hall.
                        SO: QuinnJ, Kuhn, Starks, Grant, Jackson will be the 5.

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                        • Originally posted by J-Mike88 View Post
                          Starks reminds me of a poor-man's Adrian Peterson now.... big and strong, fast, leans forward at the end of almost every run. Hungry, energetic.

                          I think all our RB's FBs will be back next year except Korey Hall.
                          SO: QuinnJ, Kuhn, Starks, Grant, Jackson will be the 5.
                          Based on yesterdays game, that seems like a fair comparison. The only thing he's lacking is the top end speed. I don't think Jackson should be retained. We can get what he gives us out of a rookie, who has the potential to blossom into something more.

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                          • Originally posted by senormysterioso View Post
                            Based on yesterdays game, that seems like a fair comparison. The only thing he's lacking is the top end speed. I don't think Jackson should be retained. We can get what he gives us out of a rookie, who has the potential to blossom into something more.
                            I'm certainly not in love with B Jackson and could live without him, but I think the coaches feel very good about him on 3rd downs, or 2nd & longs and screens like yesterday.

                            Still, he offers nothing special as we saw from Lynch to seal that win over the Saints, and Jackson was a 2nd round pick so he should possess something better than just okay.

                            I think with him, it depends on his contract and I would expect it's pretty minimal, easy to absorb. Not sure though. Look at the Saints though.... sometimes you need 4 RBs to make it through... I think Jackson will stay but who knows.

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                            • the coaches love Jackson because he is assignment sure, reliable and most importantly, he is a good blocker. Helping to keep Rodgers upright and not take big hits goes a long way with the coaches. We've heard how much they have raved about him before. I see them bringing him back. a Grant/Starks/Jackson trio should be excellent.

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                              • Assuming Grant recovers fully for next season, should we try placing Starks at KR?

                                Hear me out; Starks is a one-cut downhill runner in the Grant mold and he plays on a team that is frequently outdoors and has a penchant for playing in weather that is a detriment to those speedy little waterbugs we so zealously covet for the job. So unless we can find a specific Collegate demon on returns with the sort of mental makeup to withstand the cold and outdoor conditions, it might be more worthwhile to play it 'sure and steady' and just fix the blasted blocking.

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