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Cheesehead TV 2011 NFL Draft Guide Sneak Preview

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Cheesehead TV 2011 NFL Draft Guide Sneak Preview

If you're going to shell out $5 for the Cheesehead TV 2011 NFL Draft Guide, we wanted to at least give you a taste of what you'll be getting for your money.

What we have here is the first page of our quarterback position profiles as written by Andrew Garda of the Thundering Blurb and FootballGuys.

Mr. Garda attended the week of Senior Bowl practices in person, is a veteran of the West Coast pro day circuit and will be providing live coverage of the NFL Draft from Radio City Music Hall in New York City next month.

This is only the first of four pages breaking down the quarterbacks. What will follow for every position is in-depth profiles is the top 11 or so players along with a listing of players rounding out the top 25 at every position.

Also included in our Draft Guide is an entire three-round mock draft, team needs for all 32 teams in the NFL, feature articles, color photos and more.

The Cheesehead TV 2011 NFL Draft Guide is a Packers-centric digital publication now checking in at over 70 pages set to drop on April 7. If you want to guarantee delivery by April 7, make sure to pre-order your copy today.

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BubbaOne's picture

Cecil Shorts ran the 40-yard dash in 4.35 and 4.41 seconds today at his Pro Day workout on a wet artificial turf.

In the interview, he referenced the Packers specifically Jennings and DD.

MarkinMadison's picture

Interesting that Mr. Garda is going with Gabbert as his #1 QB pick. Also interesting that he spends a lot of time looking at each players' last bowl game. You can argue it anyway you want for any player, but I have a hunch that Gabbert's Insight Bowl against Iowa epitomizes Gabbert as a prospect. As an Iowa fan, I felt like Gabbert was clearly the best player on the field even while trailing most of the game. His first interception was off the hands of the receiver; nothing he could do. The second really made me question his decision-making. I think he could have been a #1 pick if he had stayed for his senior season. As it is, I think he'll fall to Minnesota.

Jmac34's picture

How is this going to be Packer centric? Are you going to say which players are going to have a chance to be targeted by the Packers or what?

Brian Carriveau's picture

Yes, there will be some of that, but this post goes more in-depth about how this publication will be Packers-centric:

Ct Sharpe Cheddar's picture

Off topic: As a Packer fan I love the new kick-off rules good bye Hester

MarkinMadison's picture

So much for my thought that the Packers should draft a real return guy/5th wide out this year.

Brian Carriveau's picture

I wouldn't rule it out. The rules on punt return haven't changed, and all things being equal, they probably don't want Tramon Williams to hold that role next year. Plus, it's not like kickoffs are being eliminated entirely. I've seen a people in more than one place estimate that only 1/3 of kickoffs will result in touchbacks. I'm skeptical, but that's what I've read.

MarkinMadison's picture

Good points. And getting Williams out of the PR role should still be a priority.

Cole O's picture

I'm Canadian will i still be able to buy the draft guide eventhough i cant set my country as anything but USA

Brian Carriveau's picture

Instead, buy us a beer for $5 and in the comments indicate it's for the Draft Guide. We'll email it to you.

Trent's picture

Just bought this and looking forward to it. Hope it lays out well on a Kindle! I'll be reading it on an airplane.

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