I think the starting O-line is solid. The backups are very questionable to say the least.
Players trotting back onto the field. Two minutes left of halftime.
Interior depth was definitely the concern. Barclay is the only proven guy, if you want to call him that. But Patrick, McCray, Gray, etc. are all young and have never played
Amichia played a little center in college and has taken reps there in camp, yes. Not sure how much the Packers trust him there. But he's practicing it.
All right, guys, I'm out of here. Second half on deck.
Surprises were Davis' return, Barclay's injury, King's tackling. Disappointments were the missed tackles, Hundley's interception and Montgomery's fumble.
So, we're deep into the backups now. Corners are Pipkins, Pringle and Hawkins; safeties are Whitehead and Evans; OLBs are Gilbert and Calvin; DL is Ringo and Price. ILBs are Tripp and Mathews.
I think most of the second quarter, but to be honest I don't remember much about him.
No. This time of year, it's usually excellent. No slipping as you sometimes see.
Devante Mays. I'm pretty sure we'll see him this half.
Wow, Linzy Pipkins just collapsed on the turf.
He's sitting up now, but boy that looked scary. He just kind of dropped to the ground.
It's possible it was a really bad cramp.
He's up and walking off now.
Now they're working on Pipkins' helmet. Who the heck knows?
Capers really bringing the heat today. Putting his corners in a lot of man to man.
Davis definitely opening some eyes today. The key for him is going to be consistently fielding the ball. Had some issues with that last year and worked on it in the off-season.
Joe Callahan in the game at QB now.
I think Capers wants to work on some of the blitzes because that's how the Packers are going to have to generate pass rush. Plus, he's got all these so-called man-to-man corners, so he might as well find out what they can do.
Right now, he's auditioning for the rest of the league.
They really haven't carried much. Williams ran hard I thought. Otherwise, not much to see.
Aaron Jones has to do something with that screen. Get some new cleats.
McCaffrey was the hot receiver on that blitz and looked right at Callahan, but Callahan must have seen something he didn't like and held the ball.
Vogel with a beautiful punt inside the 20. Aussie-style lands at the 5 and is downed at the 9.