Decisions, Decisions: Part 1

Posted by  Brady Augustine   in  ,      2 years ago     141 Views     8 Comments  

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Packers QBsThe Packers have some important decisions to make this off-season. Free agency can significantly change the face of an NFL franchise in short order. This year’s Packers team could possibly be missing one or more key players from the 2014 team. The Packers free agent list is significant this year and how they balance free agent signings is also therefore significant.

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Everyone in Packernation would probably agree that Randall Cobb will be top priority for the Packers this offseason. Tramon Williams may be up there as well but he already commands a LOT of cap space and Randall Cobb has been a play-maker for Aaron Rodgers and needs to get paid. The touchdown against the Bears in the last game of the 2013 season is reason enough.

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But one pair of free agents will be hotly contested in Packernation and that is the free agent signing/signings of Matt Flynn and Scott Tolzien. Who should the Packers keep? Can they afford to keep them both? How much should be paid to a couple guys that all Packernation hopes will only see the Field when the Packers have a big lead in the 4th quarter? We will all soon find out but in the meantime Packernation…what do you think? See how your answers stack up against the rest of Packernation by making your selection below:

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Brady Augustine is co-owner and content creator for www.greenbaypackernation.com. He currently resides in Tennessee and also conspires with brother, JR on www.cheesnewswire.com

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