Pack-A-Day Podcast - Episode 1471 - Training Camp Day 8 Recap & Reactions

On today's show, Andrew Mertig, Maggie Loney, and Kyle Fellows discuss Thursday's training camp practice and take a deep dive into the wide receiver position to predict which of the Packers' pass catchers will earn a spot on the 53-man roster. Enjoy!

On today's show, Andrew Mertig, Maggie Loney, and Kyle Fellows discuss Thursday's training camp practice and take a deep dive into the wide receiver position to predict which of the Packers' pass catchers will earn a spot on the 53-man roster. Enjoy!
 
 

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August 05, 2022 at 03:52 pm

Was that Maggie that said Packers have been solid in day 3 picks? I think Gute has struggled past the 2nd round.

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August 05, 2022 at 06:37 pm

20 years counted.
According to Pro Football Reference, most drafted players are busts. the only problem with their system is they don’t take into account the round they where picked. But anyway…
16.7% don’t even end playing for the drafting team (20 years average)
37% are considered ‘useless’, or busts.
5.3% are ‘poor’. Busts such as Jamarcus Russell are here.
So 69% are ‘poor’ or worst.
10.5% average
12.3% good 
6.8% great
1% legendary
That gives 20.1% good. 2 out of 10.

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