Some good back and forth yesterday on the Green Bay Packers needs in the future. There seemed to be quite a difference of opinion, especially when it comes to draft strategy. This begs the question: Do we draft for today or tomorrow?
I've heard a lot of moaning and groaning already about Aaron Kampman leaving and how on earth will Ted Thompson fill all the holes on his roster. If you ask me, there really isn't much to fill. In fact, the 2010 Green Bay Packers are about as close to 2009's squad as you can get. Quit complaining.
Once again it's time to get your March Madness Picks ready for the upcoming tournament of all tournaments. Yes, I know it's not Packer related, but be ready to bust out your best NCAA Tournament Projections because this year we're giving away...
Why don't teams sign more restricted free agents? The common response is a team must give up a draft choice. However, would you rather spend millions of dollars on an unproven talent or on a proven player?
If you have hung out here for more than an hour or so, you know it is rare for me to say anything good about anything. However, barring some weird twist, I would like to take this opportunity to bid Aaron Kampman farewell.
I just got done reading a great breakdown by the infamous Greg Bedard about the state of affairs on the offensive line and the potential for another restructuring. Although I have faith that the Packers will write some checks today, Daryn Colledge can bite me.
All of a sudden there is a butt load of things to talk about. Six topics is just not going to be enough today. Time to squash the Tim Tebow talk and start dissecting the latest Green Bay Packers news. Here is your Six Pack.
I need a football. I used to always own a football but it's been at least a decade since I had one. I have so many memories associated with footballs that I could go on for weeks. But, when I walk outside on days like today it instantly takes me back to snow ball, circa-ish 1985.
Someone always has to do it when I'm trying to chill out. No matter what, whenever I try to relax, some douche bag comes around here and starts talking smack about news. It's a classic dumbass.
The urban dictionary has a new word this morning -- Bedarded. It's the act of taking an innocent statement and using it as some form of implied truth. The phenomenon is sweeping the nation, most recently regarding Nick Collins.
I need an Aaron Nagler. Not like a wax figurine or anything; although a Nagler fathead would be cool, but rather a partner in crime to help keep moving this place forward. Are you my piece of the "Behnke Nagler Experience?"
Every year, there's the temptation of signing the "big name" free agent. Every year, somebody pays an exorbitant amount of cash for one player. Does the player help a team win a championship? The short answer? No.
There comes a time in every Packer blogger's life, when they must take their young and set them free into the scary wilderness known as the blogosphere. That said, today is a sad day, but it appears my baby Jersey Al is all grown up.
Everyone wants to talk about the draft, so let's have a spot to do so. Let this be the first Green Bay Packers draft thread of 2010. Opinions, early mocks, and whatever you want. Have at her.
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