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Cheesehead TV's 2013 NFL Draft Guide Sneak Preview

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Cheesehead TV's 2013 NFL Draft Guide Sneak Preview

For those that haven't pre-ordered their copy of Cheesehead TV's third annual digital NFL Draft guide, here's a sneak preview of how our publication is shaping up.

As you can see above, here is what the first page of our quarterbacks section looks like. West Virginia's Geno Smith is our No. 1 rated quarterback, and as our QB analyst Andrew Garda writes, he bears some resemblances to another player you may have heard of before, the Packers' own Aaron Rodgers.

Garda is just one of our several talented analysts in our stable of writers, including "Pigskin" Paul Guillemette, "Jersey" Al Bracco, Zach Kruse, Max Ginsberg and Jayme Joers.

That's not to mention our Packers draft columnist Aaron Nagler and brilliant designer Alex Tallitsch. All these gifted individuals have come together to provide a publication unique to Packers fans, a draft guide that looks through a green-and-gold tinted lens.

We rank players specifically as they relate to Dom Capers' 3-4 defense and how they fit into Mike McCarthy's spread-heavy offense, something you're not going to find anywhere else. This is in addition to an entire three-round mock draft, our Top 100 list, needs for every team in the NFL and our feature articles.

So if you haven't done so already, make sure to place your pre-order for what we call "Pro Football Draft Preview," as it goes public in just over a week.

For roughly the same price of an Extra Value meal at McDonalds, you can secure your copy for $5.99. It will be delivered directly to your inbox by Friday March 29. So save yourself a dollar, because after that date, all copies will cost $6.99.

Take a look at last year's edition in its entirety...

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Denver's picture

No pressure, but you all know we expect a Featured Article to turn out to be the Pack's best draft pick again this year, right?

Brian Carriveau's picture

Not letting the cat out of the bag, but our feature articles are on players from Alabama and Georgia this year.

Denver's picture

Well then, I look forward to reading about future Packers Alec Ogletree and Jesse Williams :)

FITZCORE 1252'S EVO's picture

Ogletree and Barret??? Man, I want Ogletree...

dawg's picture

Move up Ted, move up!!
Take-em. he's CM3 type!

dawg's picture

Brian, what do you think about the RB leading w/ the head, proposed rule?
Love to hear the sites response.

Brian Carriveau's picture

I think it's good that the NFL is looking at ways to protect defensive players, because it's been all about offense for years. But I also understand the difficulties in trying to enforce the rule. Basically, it's going to fall on the shoulders of the official. If and when an official will make that call in a game, there's going to be a lot of scrutiny and discussion about whether it was worthy of a penalty or not.

Stroh's picture

Good political correct answer. Now what do YOU think? :)

Pack fan from ATL's picture

+1 Stroh. lol

MarkinMadison's picture

For those who didn't get it last year, Garda predicted that the Packers would take Nick Perry in the first round and a cornerback in the second round. Of course the Perry pick was right, and the Packers picked up Casey Hayward at CB in the second after picking up Jerel Worthy.

Zach Kruse correctly noted in his assessment of needs that the Packers were basically set on offense, and this was probably the most D-heavy draft the Packers have ever seen. Zach also correctly noted that depth at OT was an issue (Datko in the 7th, Barclay UDFA), and that McCarthy wanted a bruising back (Benson), and that safety should be looked at (McMillian in the 4th).

Not saying the guys are perfect or anything (Garda evaluated Russell Wilson as the 9th best QB in the draft class, and gave the same rank to Casey Hayward in the CB class), but the breakdowns are really good. This is better than any other publication I've paid for over the years. And if you give them no other $ for all they give us every single day, give them your $5 for this publication.

Wiscokid's picture

Mark, are you getting some sort of kick back?

MarkinMadison's picture

Nah, I just figure I'm not shy about calling these guys out when I think they've done something wrong,* so I shouldn't be shy about pumping them up when they do something right. Plus, I really miss the Nagler video analysis posts. I'm hoping if I suck up a bit maybe he'll bring them back in 2013.

*Carriveau - headlines and politics
*Nagler - JMike is awesome b/c he had the greatest year receiving for a Packer TE ever, even though it was only good for 9th in the NFL in 2012.

andrewgarda's picture

Thanks - the irony is I *really* liked Russell Wilson and I backed off. :(

But I try so I am glad people appreciate it even if (when) I miss.

MarkinMadison's picture

I think most everybody underestimated Wilson's translation to the NFL. Pun intended. Fact is, guys under 6" just don't make it very often.

Pack66's picture

This is hysterical...!!

Packers Free Agency Approach Now Makes Total Sense!

We now see how the Green Bay Packers do nothing free agency approach is playing out to perfection. Yesterday, the Packers were awarded a compensatory pick for losing two free agents last offseason.

A fifth-rounder!

The pick will be No. 167 overall and the Packers cannot trade it. The NFL awarded the Packers this bounty because they lost two free agents — center Scott Wells and quarterback Matt Flynn — last offseason, while only signing center Jeff Saturday.

But just think what that means this year! The Packers have lost Greg Jennings, Erik Walden and Tom Crabtree and they’ll probably lose a couple more guys. Meanwhile, they’ve signed absolutely no one who’s played for another team.

Ted Thompson, you are a mad genius!

Just think, that means the Packers might get a compensatory pick as high as, say, the fourth round next season. The fourth round!

Woooooooo! They will surely clean up then!

But let’s dream of what caliber player the Packers might get with that coveted fifth-round pick this year. Here are all of the gems Thompson has unearthed in the fifth round: Junius Coston, Mike Hawkins, Ingle Martin, Tony Moll, David Clowney, Breno Giacomini, Jamon Meredith, Quinn Johnson, Marshall Newhouse, Andrew Quarless, D.J. Williams and Terrell Manning.

It reads like a Pro Bowl roster!

There’s no way the Packers can lose with this strategy!

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