Packers Minute: Crediting Dom Capers

Packers defensive lineman Jarius Wynn gives defensive coordinator Dom Capers credit for the improvement in the run defense this season.

The Packers Minute airs on ESPN Radio in Milwaukee and Wausau, K107.1 FM in Fond du Lac, and Sports Radio 1400 in Eau Claire.

Packers defensive lineman Jarius Wynn gives defensive coordinator Dom Capers credit for the improvement in the run defense this season and defensive line coach Mike Trgovac as well...

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DAWG's picture

September 30, 2011 at 09:51 am

Wynn has upped his game for sure, and Neal should be back 3-5 weeks to help in the pass rush, which in return should help DB's.
Whats going on with Collins? IR? and who might they bring in to fill the roster spot?
So-oto playing this week?

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lars's picture

September 30, 2011 at 10:28 am

Neal was quoted as saying he's targeting "after the bye" for his return. To date, he's been just as undependable as Justin Harrell.

And, that brings us to Jarius Wynn, who just keeps playing and improving. Remember it was Wynn who had to sacrifice his roster spot in 2010 so the always-injured Harrell could continue his free ride into its 4th season.

After Harrell was injured in the first half of the first game (on a PAT no less) the Packers called Wynn at halftime. Fortunately he was still available.

The obvious lesson TT apparently STILL needs to learn is---stop drafting DT's with extensive injury histories in college. Thompson is a fantastic talent evaluator and GM, but he's got a real stubborn streak in this area.

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CSS's picture

September 30, 2011 at 10:38 am

Neal's injury history wasn't that crazy compared to many 4 year starters in college. He was injury free, I believe, for his last two years of play at Purdue.

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