It's been awhile, but here in the depths of the worst, most boring part of the NFL offseason is my official 'Good, Bad and Ugly' - without the Ugly - from the latest Packer mini-camp report. (Yes, I am now reduced to observing and commenting on the observations of others for practices that the media doesn't even get to see most of...)
Aaron Rodgers, for the most part, sounds like he's delivering just what you'd expect. Some nice throws, some mistakes, but overall he's being efficient with the football. Maybe the hope for Packer fans should simply be that points the Packers don't score because of the loss of Favre's brilliant playmaking are offset by Rodgers taking better care of the football, thereby giving the opposing offense fewer opportunities to score. Or something like that.
Defending the Tight End
It's nice to read that Rodgers is throwing 16 yard touchdown passes, until you realize that he's throwing them to the starting tight-end in double-coverage supplied by Atari Bigby and Brady Poppinga. Some things never change...
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