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Old 11-17-2006, 12:50 PM    (permalink
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ya maybe..

but come on were only halfway through the season and i myself am excited to watch the games these next 2 weeks.
I really want to see if this team is real, and these weeks will show how far we actually are from a playoff team.
real? the pack is 4-5, it's not like were 7-2 or somthing like that.
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ya maybe..

but come on were only halfway through the season and i myself am excited to watch the games these next 2 weeks.
I really want to see if this team is real, and these weeks will show how far we actually are from a playoff team.
real? the pack is 4-5, it's not like were 7-2 or somthing like that.
We haven't beat any real good teams yet. We weren't even close against Philly and Chicago. The next two games will really show how far we have come.
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I'm kind of glad that Morency is playing. I think he does add a good dynamic and seems a more natural runner in this system than Ahman does. I thought Ahman played a lot better when he had Mo splitting the reps as well.

New England's wideouts don't really match up well with our defensive backs. The real battle will be between Patrick Dendy and their third reciever, I believe.

I hope Green Bay doesn't get overly aggressive and blitz the Linebackers nearly every time. I think that would open the tight end up or halfback swings too much. It needs to be used every once and a while.

I think when it's long distance...We need to stop playing zone and letting Harris just "let recievers go." It's been killing us.
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I'm kind of glad that Morency is playing. I think he does add a good dynamic and seems a more natural runner in this system than Ahman does. I thought Ahman played a lot better when he had Mo splitting the reps as well.

New England's wideouts don't really match up well with our defensive backs. The real battle will be between Patrick Dendy and their third reciever, I believe.

I hope Green Bay doesn't get overly aggressive and blitz the Linebackers nearly every time. I think that would open the tight end up or halfback swings too much. It needs to be used every once and a while.

I think when it's long distance...We need to stop playing zone and letting Harris just "let recievers go." It's been killing us.
I want to see more blitzing from this defence. The Packers don't have the talent on the defensive line to get enough pressure without linebacker blitzes. Keep the offence guessing and force them to make some mistakes.
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Some interesting stats for the game on sunday:

This year is the 10th Anniversary of Super Bowl XXXI, which Green Bay won 35-21 over the Patriots. Green Bay has also won the two regular season meetings since that Super Bowl.

New England has lost two in a row for the first time since December 2002. The last time the Patriots lost three straight games was a four-game streak earlier that season, in which their third loss was to the Packers.

Green Bay is third in the league with 31 sacks on the season, including four or more in each of the last four games. The Packers had just 35 sacks all of last season.

The Packers have lost four consecutive home games vs. AFC opponents, after winning 21 of their previous 25.

Green Bay QB Brett Favre has won his last three starts vs. the Patriots, including Super Bowl XXI. He has a rating of 100+ in each of those three games, with eight touchdowns and no interceptions.

Packers' WR Donald Driver has a touchdown catch in both games vs. the AFC this season, but he has gone seven consecutive games without a touchdown at Lambeau Field.
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ya maybe..

but come on were only halfway through the season and i myself am excited to watch the games these next 2 weeks.
I really want to see if this team is real, and these weeks will show how far we actually are from a playoff team.
real? the pack is 4-5, it's not like were 7-2 or somthing like that.
did u expect us to be 4-5 from how this year started? cuz i didnt.

I have been very impressed in how the team has been playing, especially the rookies. I was making a point that we havent really played a strong team in the last few weeks, and I want to see if the improvements that i have seen over the last few weeks were because the lack of competition or if these improvements are for real. These next 2 weeks will show this.

and since when does a team have to be 7-2 to be excited about them?
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Round 1: Marshawn Lynch - Running Back - Junior - Cal

Round 2: Aaron Ross - Cornerback - Senior - Texas

Round 3: Steve Smith - Wide Receiver - USC
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Round 1: Marshawn Lynch - Running Back - Junior - Cal

Round 2: Aaron Ross - Cornerback - Senior - Texas

Round 3: Steve Smith - Wide Receiver - USC
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Round 1: Marshawn Lynch - Running Back - Junior - Cal

Round 2: Aaron Ross - Cornerback - Senior - Texas

Round 3: Steve Smith - Wide Receiver - USC
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Just a general outline for what the Packers will be looking for next draft. In the later rounds the Packers will probably be looking for a defensive end, a wide receiver, an offensive tackle, and maybe a tight end.
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Round 2: Aaron Ross - Cornerback - Senior - Texas

Round 3: Steve Smith - Wide Receiver - USC

very nice.
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Round 1: Marshawn Lynch - Running Back - Junior - Cal

Round 2: Aaron Ross - Cornerback - Senior - Texas

Round 3: Steve Smith - Wide Receiver - USC

very nice.
Ya i agree. if thats how the draft turns out i will be very happy. :D
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I'm really excited about the possibility of the Packers drafting Marshawn Lynch. He seems like a perfect fit for this team. He has a great combination of power, speed, and vision. He's extremely versatile and can catch the ball out of the backfield as well as run both inside and out. Lynch makes great, quick cuts and can really accelerate when he hits the hole. He's perfect for the ZBS and will be very valuable as a receiving threat. Check out his highlight video of his 2005 season: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=agiNB...elated&search=

He basically has no weaknesses in his game at this point. This is the start of my campaign for drafting Lynch in the 1st.
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http://calbears.cstv.com/sports/marshawn/

Some more Marshawn Lynch material......
Although I like Moses draft, I like this more:

Mock Draft

Round 1: Marshawn Lynch, RB, California Golden Bears

Round 2: Antoine Cason, CB, Arizona Wildcats

Round 3: Steve Smith, WR, USC Trojans
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Some more Marshawn Lynch material......
Although I like Moses draft, I like this more:

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Round 1: Marshawn Lynch, RB, California Golden Bears

Round 2: Antoine Cason, CB, Arizona Wildcats

Round 3: Steve Smith, WR, USC Trojans
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yea, I havent been on this awhile and I need someone to do one for me...
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I'm really excited about the possibility of the Packers drafting Marshawn Lynch. He seems like a perfect fit for this team. He has a great combination of power, speed, and vision. He's extremely versatile and can catch the ball out of the backfield as well as run both inside and out. Lynch makes great, quick cuts and can really accelerate when he hits the hole. He's perfect for the ZBS and will be very valuable as a receiving threat. Check out his highlight video of his 2005 season: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=agiNB...elated&search=

He basically has no weaknesses in his game at this point. This is the start of my campaign for drafting Lynch in the 1st.
Wow that was some amazing highlights right there.

I agree, I love this guy. He will fit great in our system.

Ill join the campaign. Lynch in the 1st!
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The Packers have 36 offensive plays this season that have resulted in negative yardage, the fewest in the NFL.

An interesting fact.
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Some more Marshawn Lynch material......
Although I like Moses draft, I like this more:

Mock Draft

Round 1: Marshawn Lynch, RB, California Golden Bears

Round 2: Antoine Cason, CB, Arizona Wildcats

Round 3: Steve Smith, WR, USC Trojans
I doubt Cason will be around when we pick in the 2nd but it's all the same anyway.
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Round 1: Marshawn Lynch - Running Back - Junior - Cal

Round 2: Aaron Ross - Cornerback - Senior - Texas

Round 3: Steve Smith - Wide Receiver - USC
Resulting Depth Chart:

Offence:

QB: Brett Favre, Aaron Rodgers, Ingle Martin
RB: Marshawn Lynch, Vernand Morency, Noah Herron
FB: Brandon Miree, Free Agent/Late-Round Pick

WR1: Donald Driver
WR2: Greg Jennings
WR3: Steve Smith
WR4: Ruvell Martin
WR5: Chris Francies/Late-Round Pick/Free Agent
TE: Bubba Franks, David Martin, Donald Lee

LT: Chad Clifton, Late-Round Pick/Free Agent
LG: Daryn Colledge, Tony Moll
C: Scott Wells, Jason Spitz
RG: Jason Spitz, Tony Moll
RT: Mark Tauscher, Junius Coston

Defence:

LDE: Aaron Kampman, Free-Agent/Late-Round Pick
LDT: Corey Williams, Cullen Jenkins
RDT: Ryan Pickett, Colin Cole, Johnny Jolly
RDE: Kabeer Gbaja-Biamilla, Mike Montgommery

LOLB: A.J. Hawk, Ben Taylor, Tracy White
MLB: Nick Barnett, Abdul Hodge
ROLB: Brady Poppinga, Ben Taylor, Tracy White

CB1: Al Harris
CB2: Charles Woodson
CB3: Aaron Ross
CB4: Will Blackmon
CB5: Patrick Dendy
FS: Nick Collins, Tyrone Culver
SS: Marquand Maneul, Marviel Underwood
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you dont think TT will reward green for the effort he's made this season.
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you dont think TT will reward green for the effort he's made this season.
He could resign him but Green doesn't have much left in the tank and is a constant injury concern. Regardless, the Packers need a young franchise running back because Green's days are numbered whether he's resigned or not.
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Packers Mock Draft

Round 1: Marshawn Lynch - Running Back - Junior - Cal

Round 2: Aaron Ross - Cornerback - Senior - Texas

Round 3: Steve Smith - Wide Receiver - USC
Resulting Depth Chart:

[b]Offence:[/b]

QB: Brett Favre, Aaron Rodgers, Ingle Martin
RB: Marshawn Lynch, Vernand Morency, Noah Herron
FB: Brandon Miree, Free Agent/Late-Round Pick

WR1: Donald Driver
WR2: Greg Jennings
WR3: Steve Smith
WR4: Ruvell Martin
WR5: Chris Francies/Late-Round Pick/Free Agent
TE: Bubba Franks, David Martin, Donald Lee

LT: Chad Clifton, Late-Round Pick/Free Agent
LG: Daryn Colledge, Tony Moll
C: Scott Wells, Jason Spitz
RG: Jason Spitz, Tony Moll
RT: Mark Tauscher, Junius Coston

[b]Defence:[/b]

LDE: Aaron Kampman, Free-Agent/Late-Round Pick
LDT: Corey Williams, Cullen Jenkins
RDT: Ryan Pickett, Colin Cole, Johnny Jolly
RDE: Kabeer Gbaja-Biamilla, Mike Montgommery

LOLB: A.J. Hawk, Ben Taylor, Tracy White
MLB: Nick Barnett, Abdul Hodge
ROLB: Brady Poppinga, Ben Taylor, Tracy White

CB1: Al Harris
CB2: Charles Woodson
CB3: Aaron Ross
CB4: Will Blackmon
CB5: Patrick Dendy
FS: Nick Collins, Tyrone Culver
SS: Marquand Maneul, Marviel Underwood
I think Martin should be ahead of Franks in the depth chart.

And, is defence and offence a canadian thing?
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Packers Mock Draft

Round 1: Marshawn Lynch - Running Back - Junior - Cal

Round 2: Aaron Ross - Cornerback - Senior - Texas

Round 3: Steve Smith - Wide Receiver - USC
Resulting Depth Chart:

[b]Offence:[/b]

QB: Brett Favre, Aaron Rodgers, Ingle Martin
RB: Marshawn Lynch, Vernand Morency, Noah Herron
FB: Brandon Miree, Free Agent/Late-Round Pick

WR1: Donald Driver
WR2: Greg Jennings
WR3: Steve Smith
WR4: Ruvell Martin
WR5: Chris Francies/Late-Round Pick/Free Agent
TE: Bubba Franks, David Martin, Donald Lee

LT: Chad Clifton, Late-Round Pick/Free Agent
LG: Daryn Colledge, Tony Moll
C: Scott Wells, Jason Spitz
RG: Jason Spitz, Tony Moll
RT: Mark Tauscher, Junius Coston

[b]Defence:[/b]

LDE: Aaron Kampman, Free-Agent/Late-Round Pick
LDT: Corey Williams, Cullen Jenkins
RDT: Ryan Pickett, Colin Cole, Johnny Jolly
RDE: Kabeer Gbaja-Biamilla, Mike Montgommery

LOLB: A.J. Hawk, Ben Taylor, Tracy White
MLB: Nick Barnett, Abdul Hodge
ROLB: Brady Poppinga, Ben Taylor, Tracy White

CB1: Al Harris
CB2: Charles Woodson
CB3: Aaron Ross
CB4: Will Blackmon
CB5: Patrick Dendy
FS: Nick Collins, Tyrone Culver
SS: Marquand Maneul, Marviel Underwood
I think Martin should be ahead of Franks in the depth chart.

And, is defence and offence a canadian thing?
Martin is better in the passing game but Franks is better in the run game. They'll basically split time.

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