Hello everyone, welcome to the JSOnline and PackersNews live blog of Packers vs. Eagles.
A short week, but I had a couple of productive walk-throughs and am focusing on my go-to lines tonight.
Good question. They've got to show some better consistency with play calls and adjustments. Jim Schwartz is a veteran coordinator and I'm sure he's ready for whatever LaFleur throws at him.
That it can convert a couple third and longs, that Rodgers is getting rid of the ball on rhythm and that Aaron Jones is getting some cut back lanes.
Montravius? No, I don't think so.
I don't know, but I know what I see. He's a guy who can no longer stretch the field but has some value if Rodgers is willing to force the ball to him in tight situations. Don't use him running down the field. Use him in zone coverage on the first level.
It is rolling the dice, no quesiton.
Someone who is willing to stick with plays for four quarters. Someone who likes to throw on rhythm. Someone who is mobile and can throw off play-action.
Too much work. It's 12 hour days every day.
I agree with your assessment about Lombardi. He truly did fight for his black players to live comfortably in the community. I don't think Reggie White signed with the Packers for anything but money, but it did open some doors for the Packers in free agency. Players wanted to play with him and Favre.
He should, but I expect the Eagles to do a lot to take him out of the game.
And what do you know of this tight end and how does he fit LaFleur's system?