Pack-A-Day Podcast - Episode 1279 - Packers Have No Intentions of Rebuilding

On today's show, Jacob Morley breaks down Matt LaFleur's press conference and reviews what this offseason could hold for Green Bay. Don't miss it!

On today's show, Jacob Morley breaks down Matt LaFleur's press conference and reviews what this offseason could hold for Green Bay. Don't miss it!
 
 
 

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Coldworld's picture

January 25, 2022 at 10:07 am

Well, the cap doesn’t give them many options. Without rebuilding we lose Adams, Z and are still in need of shedding some 25 million before March without any signings being made and the same again before September without any major signings. No rebuild? That will be a pretty poor team.

It might be time to start questioning whether LaFleur of the Drayton debacle and serial repetitive failures when it matters us a voice to rely on to guide us as opposed to part of the reason that we are here.

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mbpacker's picture

January 25, 2022 at 12:03 pm

Thanks for your show .I am exhausted so will just put my faith in team mgt. to do the necessary things to keep the boat at least floating. Not sure I could handle going dark for an extended period time. GPG!

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ImFubared's picture

January 25, 2022 at 06:27 pm

Not sure what rebuilding really means. No way can they afford to sign some of our top people up for new contracts. They can mouth off all they want but the Cap is what tells them what to do and there cap is horrible for next year.
I would bet a ton on money that Rodgers told LeFleur and Gutt on Monday, you better sign Adams to a big contract, something he is worth or I aint coming back. That is what his new mystery, he wont play without his go to guy.

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GP1's picture

January 25, 2022 at 10:02 pm

We have massive cap problems; we have a head coach who claims to see nothing seriously wrong in our 3 post seasons under his control.
We have an ageing very expensive Q.B. who, whilst being a mid season marvel is a post season flop, refuses to throw to anyone but Adams until he has spent 2 seconds trying to throw to Adams. Adams wants a large long, most expensive W.R. in the game contract. He is too old for a long contract.
Lewis, Zadarius, Crosby, Cobb, all too old.
Give Love and some kids a chance to show what they can do. WE've seen what Rogers can do post season for a decade; Nothing. It is not going to get better at his age.
What worries me is the Coach, publicly, seems to be out of ideas. All he has got is garbage mantra which "Totally scripted" repeats ad nauseam.
Time to shake it up.

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KnockTheSnotOutOfYou's picture

January 26, 2022 at 07:41 am

GP1,
Totally agree!

My hope we start a new chapter and trade both Rodgers and Adam's for whatever we can get. Of the two I prefer Adam's over Rodgers but both need to go. If for some asinine reason the Packers keep Rodgers than Adam's has to go for more than cap reasons. Defying conventional thinking but Adam's makes Rodgers a lesser QB. Favre only became a better QB once Sharpe was forced to retire. Rodgers would start seeing the open WRs more (like Lazard) if Adam's was gone.

Here is my take....we have only heard MLF saying the Packers want Rodgers back. There is much going on behind the scenes right now. Publicly having MLF shouting from the rooftop the Pack wants Rodgers back would also help Gutey in any trade negotiations. Keep this in mind!

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