That's the half, folks. PACKERS 14, RAMS 3.
OK, i'm going to turn things over to Michael Cohen while I go get some coffee. See ya.
Hey guys, how's it going?
I say yes. But whether he sticks for the full season depends largely on Biegel and injuries.
Williams got the start at running back tonight.
Yes, I agree with this. In general, I think Hundley's stats have been better than his actual performance during these exhibition games. As Tom and I discussed on our podcast, he hasn't knocked anyone's socks off.
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No, it's still Williams I think. But it's getting closer. Aaron Jones has come on strong the last two or three weeks.
No chance Ted Thompson cuts a 4th-round pick
I think there's a chance Don Barclay is healthy by then, so that's my pick.
The second-string offensive line is a mess. No doubt about that. But Hundley still makes some questionable decisions and he didn't look as dominant as he should have behind the starters in recent weeks.
No chance Ted Thompson cuts a 4th-round pick.
Hill is ahead of Callahan at this point. So it's a matter of the Packers choosing to keep 2 QBs or 3. I think they end up going with two.
He had 10 draft picks. Saying he will cut three is not unreasonable. But there's no chance he cuts a 4th-round pick.
Under. Too many other contenders for red zone scores...adams, nelson, etc.
I'm sure Brooks will be asked about this once he arrives in the locker room. But for now it's been fairly quiet on this front.
Zero percent chance Fackrell gets cut.
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Zero percent chance he gets cut. Ted Thompson doesn't cut a third-round pick after one year. Especially when he has no other OLBs to choose from.
Michael Clark? Hard to say. No one claimed Geronimo Allison last year and he had a better exhibition season than Clark has so far.