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Tag: Offensive Line

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Best & Worst Case Scenarios: Offensive Line

Best & Worst Case Scenarios: Offensive Line

From a Pro Bowl season by Josh Sitton to T.J. Lang being benched, we look at some of the best and worst possible outcomes for the offensive line in 2011.

Nick McDonald Tackling Transition To Center

Nick McDonald Tackling Transition To Center

The second-year offensive lineman never played center in college but is now backing up Scott Wells with the Packers.

Railbird Central Podcast: Labor Battle Enters Home Stretch

Railbird Central Podcast: Labor Battle Enters Home Stretch

Brian interviews Kelly Hodgson Kline and Colleen Brenton of PocketDoppler.com and later breaks down the offensive line position of the Packers.

Packers Daily Links: Offensive Line Convenes In Tennessee

Packers Daily Links: Offensive Line Convenes In Tennessee

Several members of the Packers offensive line worked out together in Tennessee yesterday. That and more in today's Daily Links...

Packers Daily Links: Offensive Line To Gather For Informal Workout

Packers Daily Links: Offensive Line To Gather For Informal Workout

According to Josh Sitton, the Packers offensive linemen will gather in Nashville to work out together.

2011 Rookie Recap

2011 Rookie Recap

Andrew Garda takes a quick look at the first three picks from the Packers' 2011 Draft Class - Derek Sherrod, Randall Cobb and Alex Green.

Point Of Veau: Sherrod Is The Left Tackle Of The Future

Point Of Veau: Sherrod Is The Left Tackle Of The Future

The selection of Sherrod means Bryan Bulaga will most likely be kept at right tackle for the foreseeable future.

Packers Need Offensive Linemen, Outside Linebacker

Packers Need Offensive Linemen, Outside Linebacker

Offensive line and outside linebacker are the biggest needs of the Green Bay Packers heading into the NFL Draft on Thursday.

X's & O's: Pass Protection

X's & O's: Pass Protection

An extensive look at the many different aspects of pass protection from long-time contributor "Paul Ott Carruth".

Pass Protection Begins Strong After Rough 2009

Pass Protection Begins Strong After Rough 2009

The Packers offense gave up only one sack in last night's preseason loss to the Cleveland Browns following a season in which they gave up 51.

Preseason Browns Game: Offense, Defense & Special Teams

Preseason Browns Game: Offense, Defense & Special Teams

Three things to watch tonight: on offense it's the offensive line, on defense it's the health of the inside linebackers, and on special teams it's the fringe players.

Final Point: Offense

Final Point: Offense

The offensive line is not the only unit on offense that needs work when it comes to pass protection.

While O-Line Transitions, Run Game Will Wait

While O-Line Transitions, Run Game Will Wait

Despite the usual offseason assurances from Coach McCarthy that the running game will improve, expect more of the same in 2010 - which isn't necessarily a bad thing.

Keeping the Band Together

Keeping the Band Together

After getting through a game without giving up any sacks for the first time all season, McCarthy is making the only call he can make by stating, as...

First Contestant...

First Contestant...

...in the great ongoing Right Tackle search?  T.J. Lang.

\'Need\' Picks No Surprise

\'Need\' Picks No Surprise

I know a lot of people are seeing Thompson's picking for 'need' this past weekend as a sign that he is 'feeling t

Preston To the Pack

Preston To the Pack

I like this signing. Not only does Preston add some much needed bulk along the offensive line, but he can fit at any position, including tackle.

Speaking Of Depleted Positions...

Speaking Of Depleted Positions...

...what exactly is the plan at tight end?

Right Tackle Issue Growing...

Right Tackle Issue Growing...

I characterized the lack of an obvious starting right tackle as the 'silent problem' back in early February.

Right Tackle: The Silent Problem

Right Tackle: The Silent Problem

Almost everything written about the Packers over the course of the past month has been focused on the defense, and for good reason. But the silent...

The O-Line and McCarthy\'s Judgement

The O-Line and McCarthy\'s Judgement

I have to say, I'm pleased to see McCarthy acknowledge what I and several other bloggers noted would be an issue way back in training camp, chiefly...

Thompson\'s Turn

Thompson\'s Turn

Great post from Andy over at PackerGeeks.

Scott Wells Had A Terrible Game

Scott Wells Had A Terrible Game

Rereading my posts from this morning, I think I would be remiss if I didn't mention how awful Scott Wells was yesterday.

Not Soon Enough

Not Soon Enough

The return of Scott Wells is welcome news.

Wells Is Hurt

Wells Is Hurt

Not that it's breaking news, but the fact that Wells can't make it through back-to-back practices tells you all you need to know.

The Barbre Mystery Continues

The Barbre Mystery Continues

Even with Wells out again with a 'trunk' injury (what the hell does that even mean?) Allen Barbre can't lock down a guard spot, having once again...

Hey, Whatever Happened To...

Hey, Whatever Happened To...

... Alan Barbre competing for the left guard spot?

\'Finesse\' Team Rears Its Ugly Head

\'Finesse\' Team Rears Its Ugly Head

Toward the end of last year, I made the observation that the Packers under Mike McCarthy had become a finesse team. Last night, McCarthy's team...

On Guard

On Guard

Lost amongst the Favre brew ha-ha, (and really, what football info hasn't been?) is the fact that starting center Scott Wells has been out with an...

Musical Chairs At Guard Again? Really?

Musical Chairs At Guard Again? Really?

Here I thought that the idea was to infuse the offensive guard position with talent, both through the draft and by letting the talent on the roster...

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