Tag Archive: Packer Receivers

Packer Receivers of History: Paul Coffman

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We continue the series on Packer Receivers of History with Packer Tight Ends. To read the articles you missed, go to the Packer Receivers of History category page. One of the bright spots in the frustrating early 80s was Paul Coffman. He took the "Tight End as a Receiver" approach to a whole new level. (more…)

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Keys to the Game Week One: The Chicago Bears

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Yeah, I know it's the middle of June, but August will be here before you know it and with it...football. The dog days of Summer serve to remind us that those crisp mornings and golden afternoons are quickly approaching and for those of you who, like me, favor the Fall above all seasons, you are probably thinking about that September 13th matchup against the Bears at Soldier Field too. There is one key to this game and one only. If the Packers do their job in this regard...easy win. If they fail, the Bears will have a chance to push…

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The Second-Year Player that I am MOST Excited About

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There has been a lot of talk in Packernation about second year players. Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, Davante Adams, and Richard Rodgers all made an impact last season and if they take a leap this year, could be special. Adams in particular has Aaron Rodgers raving after OTA's, and at 6'2 and 216 pounds, Adams could add yet another receiving threat - this time, throughout the season. Last year we saw Adams explode when teams like the Patriots and Cowboys paid too much attention to Nelson and Cobb. Richard Rodgers had some good games too and Ha Ha shored up the…

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A.M. Quickslant: New “Wrinkles” + Same Chemistry = Better Offense

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We've been asking Packernation about NFC North division rivals this week. One of the most important reasons that teams try to institute new "wrinkles" into their offense is to try to throw their division rivals off the scent. There is a certain familiarity that comes from meeting a team twice each year and using different players in different ways helps nullify the advantage that such familiarity may give a defense. Plays that have not seen the fieldĀ cannot show up as tendencies on the film. (more…)

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