Cheesehead TV is proud to present the final NFL Draft article from long time CHTV reader Chris Squire. In his final post in the series, Chris gives us his take on who he believes the Packers should take in the first round of tonight's draft.
So it's finally the first day of the 2010 NFL Draft and we're feeling generous. Leave your guess as to who the Packers first draft pick will be and the first person listed in the comment section who gets it right will get a special Cheesehead TV gift basket full of CHTV schwag.
In the fourth installment of his special draft series, Chris Squire takes a look at Southern California's tackle prospect Charles Brown, the draft communities thoughts on him, and tells us how Brown is either a future tackle or a future footnote.
Chris Squire, in the second article of his Cheesehead TV NFL Draft series, breaks down the different possibilities that could present themselves to the Packers when they are on the clock with the 23rd overall pick in this months draft.
Cheesehead TV welcomes Chris Squire for a series of articles leading up to the NFL Draft at the end of April. Today, Chris takes a look at the new draft format and how that could potentially benefit the Packers.
The National Football League is trying to create more interest in the draft by going to a different format.What will that mean for the Green Bay Packers? Ted Thompson has some interesting things to say.
No matter how much we 'study' these college kids between February and late April when they are selected by their respective pro franchises, there will be some who think Ted made a good choice at 23, there will be some who think Ted made a horrible choice at 23, and there will be some who curse Ted for the Justin Harrell pick - still. And despite all that is said and all that is written, nothing will matter until that guy steps on the field and does something.
Ted Thompson has clearly committed to the teams "improve from within" mantra. He has a team that went from 6-10 to a Wild-Card berth and a first round exit in the playoffs. That's improvement. But the next step is the toughest - ensuring the team doesn't experience the terrible slide that saw it spiral from a 13-3 Championship game participant to the aforementioned 6-10 squad.
"I firmly believe that any man’s finest hour, the greatest fulfillment of all that he holds dear, is that moment when he has worked his heart out in a good cause and lies exhausted on the field of battle – victorious."