Packers: Analyzing A.J. Hawk’s Career in Green Bay

Back in the 2006 NFL draft, the Green Bay Packers had a tough decision to make. They had to choose between Ohio State linebacker A.J. Hawk and Maryland tight end Vernon Davis. For the record, I wanted the Packers to draft Davis. He seemed like a perfect target for Brett Favre and future (at the time) quarterback Aaron Rodgers. But […]

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Green Bay Packers Run Defense Dominates against St. Louis Rams

Dom Capers has always said the most important thing for a defense to do is stop the run. If you can stop the run, then the offense has to become predictable and that’s when Capers can dip into his bag of blitzing tricks that eventually forces sacks and turnovers, the two things defenses need most. Yesterday, in the Packers second […]

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Packers: Why Green Bay Believes Brad Jones Will Bounce Back in 2014

The biggest criticism of the Green Bay Packers’ offseason was the team’s failure to address the inside linebacker position. Many have said it’s akin to the way the Packers ignored the safety position a year ago. Yet, Green Bay doesn’t see it that way and with Brad Jones returning as one of the incumbents at inside linebacker, the Packers believe […]

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Packers 2014 Draft: Why Ryan Shazier Makes Sense with 21st Pick

The 2014 NFL Draft is now just two days away and as teams are going through their final draft day preparations, so is the Packers Guru and after much consideration, I now believe that Ryan Shazier is the first-round option that makes the most sense for the Green Bay Packers in round one. There is no question that I have […]

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