He'll stay in the backfield unless one of those guys turns out to be the real deal and they have an injury at WR.
Oh man, I wish I could remember who that was who was absolutely giddy when the Packers drafted him. The conference call was hilarious. The guy was just besides himself. I'll have to ask around and see if anyone remembers who that was.
It could be anywhere. Who would have thought it would be CB last year? They had tons of CBs. I don't think you can really predict that at all.
Yancey and Jones are locks. TT would not cut draft picks that high.
Not really. I was never that impressed with him. Had a bad groin injury. I'm not surprised he hasn't been taken.
Can someone give me a list of guys who is off this list I have posted.
OK, one more bathroom break. It will be a quick one. Then we'll finish this thing up.
The Packers have selected RB Devante Mays, Utah State.
Mays is 5-10 1/2, 230 pounds. 40-time: 4.52. Bench: 22. Vertical: 40 1/2. JC transfer who got hurt senior year, playing in just 6 games.
Mays was off to a good start with 208 yards and 3 TDs in the opener before hurting his right knee vs. USC.
Mays had 966 yards and averaged 5.9 yards per carry during his junior season.
The #Packers have definitely increased competition in their RB room. They've taken three guys out of what is an unusually deep class.
It's doubtful the Packers got an Eddie Lacy out of this draft, but with three picks they gave themselves a chance to get better given how strong of a class it was at RB. None of them are flawless or should be considered 1,000-yard rushers, but more like James Starks.
The Packers will address WR in undrafted free agency. I expect them to sign several DE/OLB types.
Don't think that's the intention. It's a matter of increasing your odds with more picks.
I don't think it has anything to do with Montgomery. He's the lead dog right now. The others have to chip in.
That's how the best GMs do it. They go for multiple picks to increase their odds of being right. It's a philosophy Belichick has followed for years.