Pack-A-Day Podcast - Episode 1051 - Packers Minicamp Report: Day 2

On today's show, Maggie Loney and Jimmy Christensen give their "way too early overreactions" from the first few days of mini camp and also discuss the addition of De'Vondre Campbell at inside linebacker.

On today's show, Maggie Loney and Jimmy Christensen give their "way too early overreactions" from the first few days of mini camp and also discuss the addition of De'Vondre Campbell at inside linebacker.
 

 

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Alberta_Packer's picture

June 10, 2021 at 01:20 pm

So the question - what would the Packers record be this year without Rodgers ? Jimmy C., 7-10. Conversely, my projection is 10-7.

Bortles best year as a starting QB was in 2017 with a 10-6 record - with Nathaniel Hackett as the OC. This year's Packers team is every bit as good as the '17 Jaguars team - maybe better. I would expect Bortles to be the starter - while Love gradually worked-in when the opportunity arises. I also project that the Packers will make the playoffs - where Bortles record is 2-1. So still a good season for the Packers (and Love) - even without Rodgers.

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greengold's picture

June 10, 2021 at 01:51 pm

I think our record will be WAY better than 10-7, WITH Jordan Love starting Week 1, and continuing to start all the way through the season. I think he's going to surprise a lot of people.

This is a great Packers team. Maybe the best we've seen take the field in over a decade. The potential exists for that to be the case. There are a lot of great, new players, and a lot of others who have been developing.

Something tells me player development under Matt LaFleur is going to be light years ahead of what we saw under Mike McCarthy. LaFleur is just that sharp of a guy. He clearly gets his ducks in a row, at every level. Just look at his record. This is the year we will really see his player development come into full view.

I think that is going to play a big part in this Packers team's success this season. With a running game, an improved defense and real improvement in STs??? Yeah. The Green Bay Packers might shock the world this year. Hoping for the best.

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Alberta_Packer's picture

June 10, 2021 at 01:55 pm

Sure - I'll gladly accept a better record. I Love unexpected surprises.

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