In this week's 10 Questions With..... Andrew Garda interview RaidersBlog.com editor Chris Hansen about the Raider Mystique, Al Davis, the future of the quarterback position, what losing Zach Miller and Nnamdi Asomugha might mean and much more.
From Mason Crosby finally breaking the 80% field goal percentage barrier to Brett Goode having the first bad snap of his career, we take a look at the best and worst possible outcomes for the Packers specialists in 2011.
From a potential Pro Bowl appearance by either A.J. Hawk or Desmond Bishop to D.J. Smith languishing on the bench, we take a look at the best and worst possible outcomes for the inside linebackers in 2011.
From Clay Matthews being awarded the NFL's Defensive MVP award to Ricky Elmore not so much as even being asked to be on the practice squad, we take a look at the best and worst possible outcomes for the outside linebackers in 2011.
Andrew Garda talking Jerry Richardson's fear of tattoos, Kenny Britt's fear of common sense, Tim Tebow's fear of accuracy, and Chris Johnson's fear of a light contract.... all that and more on this week's The Hard Count.
Rich Gannon said during the preseason game against the Cardinals that Aaron Rodgers had "great instincts" and "knows exactly where the pressure is coming from in the pocket." It's been a long journey to get to that point.
Andrew Garda looks back at some of the Week 1 preseason action, discusses the San Francisco QB battle-not-quite-royale, looks at the Ealges' oline issues, Aaron Maybin to the Jets and solves the NCAA's problems. All that and MORE...
From back-to-back Super Bowl MVPs for Aaron Rodgers to Graham Harrell being cut at the expense of keeping a third quarterback, we look the best and worst possible outcomes for the quarterbacks this season.
At one end of the spectrum we take a look at the best-possible season each player on the Packers roster can achieve in 2011. At the other end, we look at what would happen if they fall flat on their face.
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