I don't know. I know everyone wants me to say yes, but I can't say that for sure. It will play itself out.
It's going to be up to the pass rush and Rodgers. Bottom line is he has to be the difference. He has to be that much better than Cousins.
Have not heard a word, but I also haven't been in contact with the team since Thursday.
Agree completely. The national media loves its stars. It loves to build players up and make them super human. That has been the narrative for a long time with Rodgers. But they don't see him play every down the way we do. They don't get to talk to players and coaches about specific plays. We have the perspective from seeing it every day. (Which is why that ad is up there!!)
Yep. His future depends on him staying healthy He's lucky he's only in his second year and the Packers won't give up on him.
Excellent question. I don't think they can afford to keep a safety in the box a lot of the time because of their shortage of corners. So the D-line is going to have to get constant push.
Probably a lot. But the cap hit would be enormous and it's not going to happen under any circumstances.
As I said, I think they're in a transition. I really think they have a chance to be a much better team next year given the quality of their 2018 draft, the two No. 1s they have next year and a bunch of cap money available to sign free agents.
I could see him playing on third downs so that Tramon can move into the slot. He's a solid player who knows the defense, but he's not a playmaker and he's not worthy of being a starter. He was cut by the Jets.
Pad level is good, but I'm playing through some pain tonight. It didn't show up on the injury report and I'm not allowed to talk about it.
I don't think it has run its course, but it definitely requires you to have top talent at WR. That's part of the problem this season. McCarthy has always had top talent and hasn't had to scheme players open so much. I think he underestimated what he could get done this year because he thought Rodgers was going to play lights out based on his off-season.
I don't know the answer to that question.
Packers come out of the locker room to a chorus of boos.
Clark, Lowry and Adams will be the top three. Lancaster will spell Clark and Looney will spell Lowry and Adams.
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I think there's an expectation that he'll be back next season. My guess is the club told him to take the year off and see if he wanted to play next year. It sounds like a smart plan. Give him time to take care of everything at home and take the pressure off him to return this year.
They have a chance, but they can't afford to lose anyone else in the secondary or on the D-line.
I don't know if that would be smart with Graham playing with a broken thumb. It would be nice to see them give Tonyan more of a chance though.
Lowry has been solid, but Adams really has to pick up his game. It's now or never for him. This is his chance to show he belongs in the NFL.