The Packers will go on the clock in less than two weeks. In preparation for that GPN wants to put you in the position of General Manager with a live simulation of the draft on Monday’s Good Packer Nation Morning.
From R-E-L-A-X to “I think we can run the table”, Aaron Rodgers has shown the ability to say just the right thing at just the right time. This off-season, Rodgers has a message for the fans. I mentioned on Good Packer
http://www.greenbaypackernation.com/FB-Live-Podcast/20170320-Good-Packer-Nation-Morning.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 47:47 — 43.7MB) | EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSSThe Packers are down another cornerback and concern about the linebacker situation continues to be an issue. We discuss these issues and others
The only thing becoming clearer as the time to the draft hits the two week mark is that the Packers number 29 decision is unclear. One thing I believe that Packer Nation has to get used to is the idea
All the talk of late has been about the Packers’ first round pick and one of the names that keeps coming up is former Badger and brother of JJ, TJ Watt. But the Badgers have another OLB in Vince Biegel
Chad Reuter has the Packers picking TJ Watt in round one of the 2017 draft at pick number 29. This pick would have many in Packer Nation ( myself incuded) turning cartwheels. But is this the best route for the
http://www.greenbaypackernation.com/FB-Live-Podcast/20170406-Good-Packer-Nation-Morning.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 53:41 — 49.1MB) | EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSSDiscussing the fact that Ego Ferguson has failed his physical and won’t be playing for the Packers in 2017. Catch the live show
Aaron Rodgers has said that this year’s Packers team needs to “reload”. As far as the defense is concerned…this team is rebuilding. As much as we would like to forget about it, the Packers were one respectable defense away from
The Packers need a good draft to get the team over the hump that has in recent years become the NFC Championship. The defense is the consensus top priority though some wouldn’t mind a running back in the first round.
With an excellent draft, the Packers could position themselves to make another serious shot at the Big Dance even after the exit of several long-term players. Of course, the first pick at number 29 is extremely important and hotly debated