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Pack-A-Day Podcast - Episode 184 - End of Year Review Part 11: Special Teams

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Pack-A-Day Podcast - Episode 184 - End of Year Review Part 11: Special Teams

 

Andrew Mertig and Kyle Fellows review the Green Bay Packers' 2018 special teams performance and also take a look at some of the prospects from the Shrine Game and Senior Bowl that could be of interest to the Packers.

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Thegreatreynoldo's picture

Crosby didn't have a good year in 2018.
Crosby has been overpaid for years.
Crosby has more below average seasons than good seasons.

Scott was encouraging in many ways. He was too inconsistent, and had too many shanks.

GB had poor returners. Way too many penalties that led to poor starting field position. Worse, GB has trouble with its offense when starting inside the 10 or so.

Coverage was poor as well.

Zook has been poor with the coverage and return game. GB's STs are only rated well when they have a dynamic returner like Davis. Give him gunners like Janis and Davis and he too can reach average.

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