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Packers 46-Man Gameday Roster Prediction vs. Broncos

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Packers 46-Man Gameday Roster Prediction vs. Broncos

Here's our best guess at predicting the Packers gameday roster for Week 4 against the Denver Broncos.

The entire roster is included. Those bold and italicized are predicted to be inactive...

Quarterbacks: Aaron Rodgers, Matt Flynn

Running backs: Ryan Grant, James Starks, John Kuhn, Alex Green

Wide receivers: Greg Jennings, Donald Driver, Jordy Nelson, James Jones, Randall Cobb

Tight ends: Jermichael Finley, Andrew Quarless, Tom Crabtree, Ryan Taylor, D.J. Williams

Offensive line: Chad Clifton, T.J. Lang, Scott Wells, Josh Sitton, Bryan Bulaga, Marshall Newhouse, Evan Dietrich-Smith, Derek Sherrod

Defensive line: B.J. Raji, Ryan Pickett, Mike Neal, Jarius Wynn, C.J. Wilson, Howard Green

Outside linebackers: Clay Matthews, Erik Walden, Frank Zombo, Brad Jones, Jamari Lattimore, Vic So'oto

Inside linebackers: A.J. Hawk, Desmond Bishop, D.J. Smith, Robert Francois

Cornerbacks: Charles Woodson, Tramon Williams, Sam Shields, Jarrett Bush, Pat Lee, Davon House

Safeties: Nick Collins, Morgan Burnett, Charlie Peprah, M.D. Jennings

Specialists: Mason Crosby, Tim Masthay, Brett Goode


  • Ryan Grant, Bryan Bulaga, Nick Collins, Mike Neal and Frank Zombo have all been ruled out for Sunday's game.
  • With Bulaga out, Derek Sherrod should make his NFL regular season debut on Sunday in a reserve/special teams role.
  • Pat Lee, Brad Jones and Jamari Lattimore are all listed as questionable. With five players ruled out and only seven players required to be inactive on game days, it's very likely one of those three will at least suit up.
  • Jamari Lattimore figures to have the worst chance of the three listed as questionable to play seeing as he didn't even practice on Friday.
  • Because Pat Lee was a full participant in Friday's practice, he seems like the most likely of the three to play on Sunday.
  • The toughest choice came down to a questionable Brad Jones and rookie cornerback Davon House, who hasn't been active yet this year. I went with Jones because he at least practiced in limited fashion on Friday, though it wouldn't surprise me if House was active in place of either Jones or Lee on Sunday.
  • With Ryan Grant out, it appears as if rookie running back Alex Green will see his first action since Week 1. Head coach Mike McCarthy said Green will play on special teams but wouldn't commit to him getting carries at running back.
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redlights's picture

I'm pumped! Predict a solid win, with Flynn getting reps in 4th quarter; Quarless getting looks over Finley and lots of run game.

On D, front seven will each get a sack!

denniseckersly's picture


PackMan's picture

Get So'to in Pron'to!! It's time to unleash the beast!!!

Oppy's picture

Very excited about Alex Green being up, I really think this kid is going to eventually make people re-evaluate if Starks is "the one" or not.. lol.. I think Starks/Green is going to be a great 1-2 punch in the future for the Packers.

That said, I wonder if his pass-pro is up to snuff yet, and I have to wonder how his knowledge of the play book is coming along. I've read that he is challenged by some pretty serious learning disabilities that were undiagnosed until his junior year of college, namely acute dyslexia. That's the kind of uphill battle that these incoming rookies definitely don't need, especially after the lock-out shortened their break-in period.

Tommyboy's picture

We'll also see Tebow get some playing time. The Broncos know they're outmatched, so I'm expecting them to run a trick play or two, and sneaking Tebow in for a handful of plays to try and make something happen.

Matthews will also get 2 sacks.

Bob's picture

Hope the Pack gets out to a big lead by halftime. Maybe Green, Sherrod, and House can get some badly needed playing time.

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