I think they're still pretty far from that possibility. There's still a big gap between Bryan Bulaga and Kyle Murphy. And, as we saw last night, tackle is not a position you want to thin your depth chart. It's good to have quality backups.
I'd be surprised is most coaches don't contact the league after most weeks. Considering Mike McCarthy said he didn't get an explanation on the pick play last night, I'm sure he'll seek one.
I haven't heard anything beyond what Ian Rapoport reported. Most of my day has been in an airplane.
Personally, I think they should go get Deion Sanders and Darrelle Revis. In all seriousness, it's Week 2. Got to give Kevin King some time. I know that's hard with the need for instant gratification, but best to table that discussion until King has a chance to show what he can (or can't) do.
I think it's too early to know, but Kenny Clark is on a good trajectory. To think he's a bust at this point is just really uninformed.
I think they need to. We'll see if they do. Dom Capers is not known for giving rookies a lot of snaps.
So long as they stay healthy, there's no doubt Clay Matthews and Nick Perry can put up big numbers together. There's just a lot of doubt they can both stay healthy.
Asked Washington how it went when they traded their future for RGIII. Usually, it's a bad idea. With Atlanta, it went the other way. No, Ted Thompson won't be trading off future drafts for one player.
This is very far removed from the reasons why the Packers lost.
It was only a 17-7 game at that point. Everyone forgets the offense set up two touchdowns. That's an important thing to remember when evaluating the defense. Again, the one problem that defense has is the lack of answers for Julio Jones.
The approach to the end of last night's second quarter was nowhere near as bad as the opener. The Packers weren't getting the ball back even if they stopped Seattle on that third down, so calling timeout made zero sense. Last night, you're asking Mike McCarthy to predict the future and expect a quarterback who never throws picks tosses a really, really bad one. That's not the same. Don't see anything wrong with Packers running their offense with Aaron Rodgers late in the half.
I think Ha Ha Clinton-Dix has the potential to be one of the NFL's best safeties, so I guess we disagree. As for those five picks, each of them came after the first three rounds. Four of them came Round 5 or later. You're looking for developmental talent at that point, very much a best-player-available scenario. So it's hard for me to harp on that approach.
Any other year, I'd say no. This year? Who knows. It all depends on who's out there. My guess is nobody worth signing.
He's not really small at 5-11, almost 200 pounds. The Packers want their corners above 5-10 3/4. He's fast (4.46) with decent athleticism (38-inch vertical). Mostly, he has the best ball skills of any of their corners. Just hasn't played very well.
This is true: the Packers are going to be OK. They were never going 16-0. Honestly, I always thought a 1-1 start with how their schedule laid out was not a bad thing. And here they are, 1-1.
Guess you can't quite consider it prime time (it was late afternoon), but they were pretty good in Dallas last January.
Probably not the leading receiver, but he's one of them. Very much a Theo Riddick-type player. Ty Montgomery's receiving ability sets him apart.
The Falcons secondary was playing at a big advantage last night because it knew the Packers couldn't protect long enough to throw downfield. On the other side, the Falcons receivers are just plain better than Packers corners.
No. Jeff Janis is a special teams player who just happens to be listed as a "WR" on the roster.
Maybe. It does seem odd that the same injury keeps occurring.