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Packers' 46-Man Roster Prediction for Week 10 vs. Eagles

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Packers' 46-Man Roster Prediction for Week 10 vs. Eagles

Here's our best guess at predicting the Green Bay Packers' game-day roster for Sunday's Week 10 game against the Philadelphia Eagles. Reminder, only 46 players can be active...

The entire roster is included. Those bold and italicized are predicted to be inactive...

Quarterback: Aaron Rodgers, Seneca Wallace, Scott Tolzien

Running back: Eddie Lacy, John Kuhn, James Starks, Johnathan Franklin

Wide receiver: Jordy Nelson, James Jones, Jarrett Boykin, Myles White, Chris Harper

Tight end: Andrew Quarless, Ryan Taylor, Brandon Bostick, Jake Stoneburner

Offensive line: David Bakhtiari, Josh Sitton, Evan Dietrich-Smith, T.J. Lang, Don Barclay, Marshall Newhouse, Lane Taylor, Derek Sherrod

Defensive line: Datone Jones, B.J. Raji, Ryan Pickett, C.J. Wilson, Johnny Jolly, Mike Daniels, Josh Boyd

Outside linebacker: Clay Matthews, Nick Perry, Mike Neal, Nate Palmer, Andy Mulumba

Inside linebacker: A.J. Hawk, Brad Jones, Jamari Lattimore

Cornerback: Tramon Williams, Sam Shields, Casey Hayward, Micah Hyde, Davon House, Jarrett Bush, James Nixon

Safety: Morgan Burnett, M.D. Jennings, Jerron McMillian, Chris Banjo

Special teams: Mason Crosby, Tim Masthay, Brett Goode

Commentary:

  • Predictably, Aaron Rodgers (collarbone) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Eagles.
  • Andy Mulumba (ankle) is listed as doubtful and is not predicted to play. The Packers should be okay at the outside linebacker position, however, with the return of Clay Matthews (thumb).
  • Fellow outside linebacker Nick Perry is listed as questionable and his status is up in the air. The prediction regarding Perry is the most difficult this week, and the guess here is that he sits.
  • T.J. Lang (concussion) is also listed as questionable, but after returning to practice on Friday, he figures to be a good bet to play on Sunday, especially with two more days to go until the game.
  • Ryan Pickett (knee) and Mike Neal (knee) are both listed as probable and should play.
  • Derek Sherrod is on the 53-man roster for the first time this season, but I don't get the feeling that the Packers are ready to put him out on the field just yet.
  • Backup quarterback Scott Tolzien looks to be on the 46-man active roster for the first time.
  • The player most on the fence would appear to be Chris Harper after being inactive last week. He could be inactive once again if either Nick Perry or C.J. Wilson are active instead.
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RunAndHyde's picture

I'd like to see Neal in there opposite Clay. Seems like dude can get there he just can't quite finish.

Drealyn Williams's picture

That TD play to Brandon Marshall last weekend...

Mojo's picture

Hate to see Rodgers bold and italicized.

Thinking back to last Monday, I would have so much more optimism about this season had they managed to hang on to their third-quarter lead. We'd be 6-2 with a one game lead over Detroit, three-and-0 in the division and could probably lose all the Rodgerless games and still have a chance to make the playoffs.

But noooooooooo. We had to let a career scrub look like the second coming of Montana. Now we'll have to scratch and claw for every thing we get. But maybe that's the way it's supposed to be.

Anyway, what's up with Neal? I thought it was his shoulder giving him problems, and now we're back to the knee. Sacrebleu!

denniseckersley's picture

Our defense is almost at full strength. No effing excuses, Dom. I might be the only packer fan left who has yet to throw you under the bus at any point during your tenure. WIN THIS GAME.

denniseckersley's picture

this was not meant as a reply*

KurtMc's picture

I have nothing but respect for #12, but he is just as much to blame.

I applaud trying to make a play, but too many times when the QB scrables...something bad happens. Manning or Brady rarely scramble. Admit it, ever time Aaron leaves the pocket, Packer Nation hold our collective breath. This time, it cost us. Maybe the playoffs.

#12 is paid to be on the field, and to win games. He could have taken a sack or thrown it away. I hope this is a lesson to him & MM.

gbjohnny's picture

You sir, are a dork.

VApackerfan's picture

Please stay away so we don't have to read these ignorant comments. Thanks

BrianD's picture

Rodgers is paid to make plays. He's simply an entertainer. He's doing his job when he moves outside the pocket to make exciting plays to entertain me.

Nick Perry's picture

He scrabbles and makes plays all over the place! He runs for first downs and is lethal when he roles out. Barclay has been getting increasingly worse all season. How about holding off a guy that had a 1/2 sack going into the game. I know he got some of his sacks against Newhouse but common, Barclay hasn't been cutting it lately.

Stroh's picture

Brady missed a full season due to an ACL becuz he stayed in the pocket. Injuries can happen anywhere. I would say Rodgers is pretty smart when scrambling now. McClellan got to Rodgers too easily due to poor blocking by Barclay. Rodgers wasn't really in the open field he had just started to move outside the pocket. If Barclay had been engage w/ McClellin like he's supposed to Rodgers slips out free. Had a Safety coming so he either would have found a receiver or thrown the ball away.

murphy's picture

Agreed. The hit was no where near as vicious as some of the ones that we've seen Rodgers take standing in the pocket. All it takes is one awkward impact.

I don't know why some fans seem to have such a hard time understanding that...

I bleed Green More's picture

I bet he slides the next time.

larry valdes's picture

I mentioned last week and I ask a Rodgers to please stop running because he was a player that we could not effort to lose hope he learned the lesson it may cost the season.

Beep's picture

Rodgers wasn't running the ball there! Do you people watch the game?!?

Stroh's picture

Brady had a torn ACL standing in the pocket. Injuries can happen anywhere.

Alex's picture

Brady and manning don't scramble because they are slow. Rodgers ability to extend the play is what makes him great.

Bert's picture

Thanks God Aaron can and will scramble or he would've been injured long before now. Geez. He's playing behind a very average O'Line and his ability to keep plays (and himself) alive with his legs his huge for the success of the offense let alone his health. Saying he start throwing the ball away or folding up to avoid sacks is goofy.

Abqman's picture

My thought is that with the type of offense Philadelphia runs, we are going to have to substitute frequently on defense to keep players fresh - particularly at linebacker and d-line. Matthews' snaps are going to be limited so my guess is we will probably need to suit Perry even if his snaps are also limited

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