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Nagler's Never Right with David Bakhtiari

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Nagler's Never Right with David Bakhtiari

Nagler's Never Right makes it's return to Cheesehead TV with a special conversation with David Bakhtiari.

Aaron speaks with the Packers starting left tackle about the end of training camp, his offseason, and his thoughts on the reasons for the decline in offensive line play around the league.

You can listen to or download the episode below or wherever you normally find your favorite podcasts. 

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real some guy's picture

love some d bak

Tim Backes's picture

Great stuff, Aaron.

The fact that Bakh has been asked in the past to essentially be a tutor to other guys to teach them what he seems to insinuate are basic o-line techniques really shows how big of a problem there is with offensive line play in the league right now. In some ways it feels like the college and pro games are diverging more than ever and offensive line play has definitely suffered as a result. To actually hear an NFL lineman talk about that (and such a great one at that) is really eye opening.

spexxx2's picture

i like what you are doin' aaron. keep it up.

Turophile's picture

Good coup, Aaron, getting DBakh on your return to CHTV.

When you look at the Packers O line in general, they really aren't that bad (compared to many teams), especially in pass-pro, which is THE most important skill when you have no.12 behind them. Perhaps DBakh has played a significant role in that, along with Campen. That might apply to Bulaga as well, I'm not sure if he is a willing teacher, or not.

Community Guy's picture

d bakh and nagler, nice.

Denver's picture

Welcome back, Aaron.

Don Hutson's picture

Very well done. Aaron, you continue to show your potential ;-)

Tundraboy's picture

Glad to see the name Don Hutson here.

porupack's picture

Nice Clip!
I guess this underscores the need to 'draft and develop' at the Oline, maybe more than any other unit, and needing to retain strong veteran Oline to keep mentoring and developing young ones. So, maybe you have to err on keeping Olineman a year too late, rather than cutting a year too early for sake of mentoring. Maybe GBP has done pretty good overall on developing mid round picks such as Trettor, Bahk, Lindsley. GBP got unlucky with some injuries and CMadison situation. But other teams experience the same ravages, e.g., Cowboys losing dominant anchors.

The thing that keeps nagging me; is GBP oline elite, or has the oline benefitted significantly by ARodgers elusiveness? On the other hand, ARodgers does hold on to the ball at times, trying to extend plays, so that ends up looking bad on the Oline. Just never figured out how much ARodgers's style of play helps, or hurts the Oline stat sheet.

PatrickGB's picture

I am excited about this site. I love your stuff!

Tundraboy's picture

You might want to check the relative volumes on the respective microphones. Nagler, you're coming over much much louder than Bahkt , unless he's just really soft spoken.

Great interview. Nice work

MarkinMadison's picture

Great questions. I'd love to hear more about technique in the future. Thanks for coming back.

EddieLeeIvory's picture

What a great find Bahk was wow...outta Colorado.

Lare's picture

Nice to see something from Nagler that doesn't include any inane Raji references.

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