Draw it Up with Coach Ross Janes: Eddie Lacy and the Inside Zone

Posted by  Brady Augustine   in  ,      1 year ago     120 Views     2 Comments  

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Coach Ross breaks down Eddie Lacy on a successful inside zone. Coach draws it up on the board and illustrates with a GIF from Packers.com. You will not want to miss this one…coach be droppin’ the knowledge. SHARE it out PackerNation!

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  1.   April 27, 2016, 11:50 am

    I still think bottom of round one is too high for Jaylon Smith as per projections I’ve seen… but I can sure see a D-LINEMAN in round one. My personal preferences would include Billings, Jarran Reed, or Vernon Butler. My take.

    •   April 27, 2016, 11:55 am

      Thanks for reading Mike. My cousin and I were talking last night about whether the Pack could find a suitor for #27…trade back into two picks in mid and end of round two and get Smith (as a risk/long-term) and also get a first round graded DL. Trouble is…who would the trade partner be? Gonna be exciting though! Pack gonna be a better team for it I’m sure!

  2.   April 25, 2016, 7:19 pm

    Last year was the exception for the defense being good. They were however ranked 15th. They did have bad games (the Panthers last year). In Arizona week 16, they gave up 24 points but still had a bad game. Phillip Rivers carved our defense and Manning did the same. The secondary is good ranked 6th, not bad. All we need to do is address the inside linebacker (Ragland or Schobert maybe) and the Defensive Tackle (Andrew Billings or Jarran Reed, don’t mind as long if that guy fits in the 3-4). Draft these 2 positions first followed by offensive line and defensive end and hopefully we do better.

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