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  • #16
    Originally posted by GB12 View Post
    I haven't liked any of his projections overall.

    This is what I like

    QB (2): Aaron Rodgers, Matt Flynn
    RB (2): Ryan Grant, Brandon Jackson
    FB (3): John Kuhn, Korey Hall, Quinn Johnson
    TE (4): JerMichael Finley, Spencer Havner, Tom Crabtree, Spencer Quarless
    WR (4): Greg Jennings, Donald Driver, James Jones, Jordy Nelson
    OL (10): Chad Clifton, Bryan Bulaga, Scott Wells, Josh Sitton, Mark Tauscher, Daryn Colledge, TJ Lang, Evan Dietrich-Smith, Jason Spitz/Marshall Newhouse (if we can trade Spitz or not)

    DL (6): Cullen Jenkins, BJ Raji, Ryan Pickett, Mike Neal, Jarius Wynn, Justin Harrell
    LB(8.): Clay Matthews, Nick Barnett, AJ Hawk, Brad Jones, Brandon Chillar, Brady Poppinga, Desmond Bishop, Frank Zombo
    CB (6): Charles Woodson, Tramon Williams, Brandon Underwood, Pat Lee, Jarrett Bush, Sam Shields/Al Harris (Harris probably on PUP)
    S(5): Nick Collins, Morgan Burnett, Charlie Peprah, Will Blackmon, Derrick Martin, (Bigby on PUP)

    K (1): Mason Crosby
    P (1): Chris Bryan
    LS (1): Brett Goode
    If we keep Spitz, would you still want EDS over Newhouse?

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    • #17
      It's not ideal because of the positions, but Dietrich-Smith is better right now and he isn't practice squad eligible. Newhouse probably would slide through waivers and we could keep him on the practice squad.

      And really position isn't that important when you figure that no matter what they're the last guy that'd go in. Colledge, Lang, and Spitz would all go in before either Dietrich-Smith or Newhouse. We'd shuffle around the line somehow to get those three in first no matter who goes down.

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      • #18
        Good to see Quarless score today.....I played HS ball with him.
        When I eat, it is the food that is scared.

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        • #19
          If Ted can get us a 6th round pick for a long-snapper a couple years ago, anyone think he can get something for both a TE and OL? How about a FB?

          The league is well-aware that these guys can help their rosters. Most teams if not all. Sure we might have to cut the guy, but then they are just praying they can sign the guy.

          I'd like to see Ted trade Donald Lee or Crabtree for whoever fetches the most, and trade Hall or QJ if either fetches anything, and then trade Spitz.

          Ideally, I'd like to see a servicable CB and OLB.

          Now, onto the game tonight: Injuries:

          It seems nothing too serious, thankfully, and hopefully.
          Pack lost cornerback Brandon Underwood to a shoulder injury, defensive lineman Jarius Wynn to a concussion and linebacker Desmond Bishop to a hamstring injury.

          About the game, things that not everybody noticed:
          -WR Patrick Williams looked great. He had 2 key nice catches with Flynn, at least one was for a key 1st down & I think both were.

          -Graham Harrell looked good. Admit it, he looked better than the rookie Aaron Rodgers did his whole first preseason. Graham led the team on a nice long scoring drive with some nice passes, and with the 2nd unit OL and all the scrub WRs.

          -Matt Flynn looked good and perhaps raised his value to the point that we might see another Mark Brunell or Matt Hasselbeck trade in the future.

          -I like Kregg Lumkpin and wish he could make the team, but it's very unlikely.

          -Lower WR's looked good. Cherry with the PR for a TD was sweet. Shawn Gore looked okay too.

          -We lit up the Colts for 59, and our deep threat and best WR Jennings didn't even suit up.

          -I thought one Masthay punt was better than both Bryan punts. With our offense, they don't get much chance to prove themselves.

          -Sam Shields, great hands as CB.... why can't he field punts. Cherry's hands on punts looked smooth. Easy two catches.

          -Korey Hall, nice work on the muff recovery for a TD. Most of you don't like Hall much, but he's solid as a rock and works hard. TT & MM want to keep all 3 FBs. Quinn Johnson is the biggest, but the worst of the 3.

          -Jaws and Tirico both picked Dallas to go to the Super Bowl, while Chucky picked the Saints. I want that to be highlited and bolded...... still no respect for the NFC North. Both us and the Vikings basically creamed Dallas last year, while the Vikings actually outplayed the Saints, dominated them, in NO but the turnovers handed the game to NO. I don't mind them not picking us, actually like it. But I think our division with Minny & us continue to get slighted.

          -Big Play ZOMBO!

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          • #20
            I'm not sure what you do with the FB's. Quinn has really been lookin good with the blocks, but he can't catch and hasn't stood out on ST's. Hall is definitely making the team because he IS good on ST's, and that is somethign the Packers need help in. They may or may not keep 3 FB's, and if they don't, I don't see Quinn making the cut. Kuhn does just as well and seems like he'll be receiving a bit more carries this season

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            • #21
              how many can you put on the practice squad

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              • #22
                Originally posted by BloodBrother View Post
                I'm not sure what you do with the FB's. Quinn has really been lookin good with the blocks, but he can't catch and hasn't stood out on ST's. Hall is definitely making the team because he IS good on ST's, and that is somethign the Packers need help in. They may or may not keep 3 FB's, and if they don't, I don't see Quinn making the cut. Kuhn does just as well and seems like he'll be receiving a bit more carries this season
                Yeah, Quinn is definitely the one I'd get rid of if we go with two. If we'd go with just two running backs though we could afford a third fullback. Heck we did it last year even with three RBs.

                Originally posted by hoekd0250 View Post
                how many can you put on the practice squad
                Eight

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                • #23
                  I agree we'll probably see at least one trade. I thought I remembered the MNF crew saying there were a dozen scouts from around the league at tonight's game, and there were a lot of guys with good performances. With that in mind, it may also make it harder for some of our guys to clear waivers.

                  A trade for a runningback wouldn't surprise me.

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                  • #24
                    Against Dwight Freeney, Robert Mathis, 2006 NFLDPOY Bob Sanders and gang, Rodgers finished 21 of 29 for 195 yards and 3 TDs, 0 Ints.
                    The effort actually lowered his preseason passer rating to a still-scorching 142.3.

                    In just over four quarters of play this preseason, Rodgers has completed 41 of 53 passes for 470 yards, six touchdowns and no interceptions.

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                    • #25
                      Here's some love here, PI and ESPN as well: http://packersinsider.com/2010/08/pr...s-lasso-colts/

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                      • #26
                        First round of cuts for us is on Saturday?

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                        • #27
                          To weigh in on the fullbacks, I think we could save room for all 3. I hated it last year, but in all honesty all 3 guys bring value.
                          Kuhn has been very good so far, he should be our main contributor. Hall is a very solid special teamer, and Quinn is finally developing right. He had a couple sick blocks tonight, Id hate to let him go. If he improves on his catching and continues to make strides he could be the starter in a year. I don't want to let any of these guys go for free.

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                          • #28
                            I like Quinn, he's a good player, same with the TE crew(Finley, Havner, Quarless, Lee, Crabtree) but I don't know if I see them keeping all 3 FB's and 5 TE's

                            I wouldn't be surprised to see one of these guys traded for another legit OLB down the road

                            Quinn seems like he'd fit in more with a power running team. With this offense, having a guy like Hall who can catch passes out of the backfield is huge. Quinn is good, but he's just not the best fit for this sort of team, so thats why I think he gets either cut or perhaps even traded. Same with one of the TE's(Either Donald Lee or Crabtree IMO)

                            Sam Shields is definitely making the squad, and with him taking over on 1st team ST unit...I think we may finally be rid of some baaaaad bush(nobody likes a bad bush) so thats a win/win situation right there

                            I'm really, really not seeing too much from Pat Lee tbh, and Underwood, while showing flashes, is still pretty inconsistent. Won't be surprised to see the Pack trade for an OLB/CB or even more Safety depth using some of the pieces they have at certain deep positions. Bedard also speculated that he wouldn't be surprised if the Packers traded one of the punters, which is possible considering they were able to trade a LS the other year

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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by BloodBrother View Post
                              I'm really, really not seeing too much from Pat Lee tbh, and Underwood, while showing flashes, is still pretty inconsistent.
                              I think that's the biggest negative to take away from this game and this whole pre-season. I agree and that was our biggest worry coming off of last year when we allowed 400 yards a game passing to the Vikings, Steelers, and Cardinals, and then drafted a total of zero CB's in the Draft. It seems that the only way we can get real good CB's is to trade for (Al Harris) or sign as free agent (Charles).
                              The young ones just don't seem to develop here.

                              I still think Tramon is only a decent nickelback, nothing more. We get hurt if he has to to start and matchup with good WRs.

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                              • #30
                                Hey guys just wanna say that Rodgers guy looked good last night, you might wanna keep him around.

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