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Rodgers’ Best Season???

  3 years ago     86 Views     3 Comments  

Aaron Rodgers has got to be happy with this off-season. Yes, for all the obvious reasons...picked up three receivers and a potential Jermichael Finley replacement in the draft. Also drafted our first pure center in awhile. Rodgers has gone on record saying that he wants a center that will stick around for a bit..we will see. Here is a laundry list of things we can be excited about as a new season quickly approaches (and this is NOT exhaustive): Picked up help in safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix Got Datone Jones amped up to make a step forward this year. Clay…

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3 Things You Won’t See with Aaron Rodgers at QB

  3 years ago     139 Views     3 Comments  

Before I get too far into this post, I have to give credit where credit is due. Matt Flynn stepped into a very difficult situation and has performed well enough to have the Packers in position where they can make the playoffs with a final win against their arch rivals. That said, here are three things Matt did wrong that we probably won't see with Aaron at the helm. (more…)

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McCarthy’s Greatest Challenge

  4 years ago     70 Views     1 Comment  

By now you've heard that Aaron Rodgers will be out for 4 to 6 weeks with a broken collarbone. That means at the earliest he would be back for the Atlanta Falcons game and he’s more likely to be back by the Pittsburgh Steelers game. This is going of course means several things for the Packers. (more…)

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Defining the “Balanced Attack” Part 2

  4 years ago     93 Views     Leave your thoughts  

In the first part of this series, we tried to redefine the "balanced attack" on offense as one that has the pieces in place to deal with whatever the opposing defense throws at them. Getting closer to a 50/50 split between the run and the pass would have more to do with what makes most sense according to down and distance and what the defense was showing. With that in mind, it all starts with the play calling, and all the communication that takes place on and off the field. But success…

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