Some Love for Lazard

Hard working receiver has been a forgotten man this offseason.

There’s never a shortage of offseason talk when it comes to the Green Bay Packers’ receivers.  The discussion usually begins, as it should, with Davante Adams.  Should the Packers extend him before the season begins?  Will they make him the highest paid pass catcher in the NFL?  Does he even want to stay in Green Bay considering the uncertain future of Aaron Rodgers? 

 

Then there is Marquez Valdes-Scantling.  Apparently his performance in the NFC championship game has propelled him from mediocre receiver to must re-sign status.  There is a lot of excitement and anticipation over third round draft pick Amari Rodgers, and understandably so.  The prospect of the former Clemson star lining up in the slot, making acrobatic catches and displaying his run after the catch talent is spine tingling. 

 

Devin Funchess is the feel good story.  He sacrificed a year of his career to protect his family from Covid-19, and now enters training camp as a total wild card, since he hasn’t played meaningful football in almost three years.  Is it the last chance for Equanimeous St. Brown?  Can the ex-Notre Dame star stay healthy and overcome his drops to save his career and carve out a niche on this team? 

 

Yep.  There are plenty of story lines here.  The only guy without a story is Allen Lazard.  And that’s a shame.   The 4th year veteran has become somewhat of a forgotten man.  Steady, dependable, humble and gradually getting better every year is not sexy.   During OTA media sessions,  Adams, MVS, Amari Rodgers and Funchess were all featured..  Lazard seldom makes an appearance.  When Matt LaFleur is at the podium, nobody asks about number 13.  CHTV’s Aaron Nagler does a chat with Packer fans every weekday.  Questions and comments about receivers come up regularly, but rarely does anyone opine about Lazard. 

 

He should be getting at least as much attention as MVS.  A look at stats from the 2020 regular season is instructive.  Both players had the same number of receptions (33).  At first glance the rest of the figures seem to favor Valdes-Scantling.  MVS had 690 receiving yards to Lazard”s 451.  He had six touchdowns to Lazard’s three.  However, MVS compiled those stats while playing in all 16 games.  Lazard played in only ten.  He missed six games with a core muscle iniury.  Lazard was better than Valdes-Scantling in average receptions per game and yards per game.  

 

Always willing to do the dirty work, Lazard is the best blocker of the receiver unit.  He has also shown his route running versatility.  The Packers entered their week three game at New Orleans without Adams who was hurt.  It was Lazard who stepped up, grabbing 6 throws for 146 yards.  He did it all in that game, running precise short patterns to get open on possession downs, and then bursting past the secondary for a 72 yard touchdown bomb.  Unfortunately, that was the play in which he suffered the core injury. 

 

The more you watch Lazard, the more you like him.  There is a sequence in the week 12 contest against the Bears where Lazard circles across the middle on 3rd and 7.  He catches the ball three yards short of the first down, turns downfield, and blasts through a pair of tacklers to pick up the first.  Then he flares out into the left flat and catches a looping throw, turns on the speed and wins the corner for a nice gain.  Later, he comes in motion right to left, but as the ball is snapped, he stops on a dime, and lays a beautiful block on the blitzing Eddie Jackson.  Still later on first and goal, he runs a pick for Davante, but the defense flows to Adams anyway and Lazard finds himself wide open in the end zone.  Rodgers, under a big pass rush, throws the ball way too high, but Lazard makes an incredible elevation to snag the pass for the score. 

 

One gets the feeling the only reason Lazard is not a bigger star is because the ball is simply not thrown to him enough.  That’s probably not going to change as the Green Bay receiver room continues to bulge with intriguing talent.  But no matter who is playing quarterback, if the situation calls for a key block, a short yardage possession catch, or a downfield bomb, Lazard will be ready.  The fans may have forgotten him for the moment, but when the games begin for real, he will be one of your favorite players.   

 

 

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Ken Lass is a former Green Bay television sports anchor and 43 year media veteran, a lifelong Packers fan, and a shareholder.

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NickPerry's picture

June 21, 2021 at 06:36 am

How many times during Packers games last year did we hear the announcers call out Lazards name for making a key block in the run game or for YAC for one his fellow WR or RB's. That week 3 game Ken mentioned was recently replayed on NFL Network. Lazard was a BEAST catching anything and everything. BUT in that game he also ade his signature blaocks in the running and passing game for his teammates. IMO this will be a breakout year for Lazard. He may never catch 80 balls for 1000 yards and 16 TD's. BUT he will continue knocking LB's and DB's on their asses in the run game!

Signing Lazard of the Jacksonville PS was one of those moves that go unoticed by a lot of fans. It was a excellent signing by Gute.

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packerbackerjim's picture

June 21, 2021 at 07:24 am

There will always be a place in the NFL for a guy like Lazard; hopefully with GBP.

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Stroh's picture

June 21, 2021 at 05:49 pm

Yes and his place should be as a #4 WR, not a #2. But he certainly deserves to be in the NFL.

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stockholder's picture

June 21, 2021 at 07:33 am

Lazard won't achieve without Rodgers. He's to hot and cold. And the injury he had slowed him down. He will be the forgotten man. if /when, Adams or MVS sign. The WR door will keep revolving until Rodgers is gone.

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packer132's picture

June 21, 2021 at 06:12 pm

Way to go Stockholder. I knew you were going to have something negative to say. You lead the site with the most down votes. The injury slowed him down? Captain Obvious

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stockholder's picture

June 22, 2021 at 07:32 am

I didn't feel it was negative at all. You want me to over hype a player. I'm the most realistic person on this site. I 'm not about selling a product/ Idea, like so many here are. Or over inflating a players worth. Or put downs. There is nothing wrong with having favorites. If I lead this site in the most down votes. It's because I won't Kiss up to those who only want positive votes. You like Lazard. Great! I like him too. But I feel he is a player that will always be on the bubble. That had he been a draft pick. There would be No question about his future. As far as the negativity goes. I support those who have earned it. That they are the victims of press propaganda. So I'm guessing 4000 of the votes have to do with Favre, MM, Rodgers and Gutey. But they were just suggestions. Had the FO office done there job better. I wouldn't have had to write about it.

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greengold's picture

June 21, 2021 at 07:45 am

Allen Lazard is the straw that stirs the drink in Green Bay. The guy is just always there, always reliable. Phenomenal talent and just huge, in more ways than being 6-5 227. He plays big, and constantly makes big plays. Lazard has “QB’s Best Friend,” written all over him.

1/2 of his Targets result in 1st downs. He’s in that Jordy, Jennings, Cobb, Davante range with his 70% Catch%. Great player.

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jannes bjornson's picture

June 21, 2021 at 06:48 pm

Funchess will not un-seat Lazard. Been a fan of his since his sophomore year.

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greengold's picture

June 21, 2021 at 07:00 pm

I have been too, jannes.

Just thinking the Packers likely keep 5 or 6 this year. There are at least 9 WRs with legit shots to stick on this roster.

Davante Adams
Amari Rodgers
MVS
Lazard
ESB
Funchess
Malik Taylor
Juwann Winfree
Bailey Gaither
Chris Blair
Reggie Begelton

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blondy45's picture

June 21, 2021 at 07:38 am

I think it would be wise to resign Lazard before the 2021 year is complete. He may not be the fastest WR, but he does get open. IMO his best skill set is his blocking as Ken has stated in this article. He is a player who does not get the recognition for the dirty work he performs. The Pack probably is going to be a running team more than the pass this year. Lazard's value will be even greater this year, we hope.

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Matt Gonzales's picture

June 21, 2021 at 08:23 am

Totally agreed with this. Lazard is tailor made for this type of offense. He doesn't have MVSs straight line speed or Adam's footwork, but he runs good routes, finds the soft spots in coverage, and just consistently plays hard. He may never light up the stat sheet but the Packers are a better team with him on the field.

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greengold's picture

June 21, 2021 at 09:54 am

Extending Allen Lazard now would be a really smart move for the Packers. That dude is clutch. I don't think that will be an easy road though. He's going to want to cash in. I'd love to see it if the Packers can pull it off.

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MarkinMadison's picture

June 21, 2021 at 12:44 pm

He is a RFA in 2022. So it really sucks for the guy because his first crack at a real contract will come when he is 28-years-old, in two years. Given the cap situation for 2022, I just don't see this happening. I doubt if either side will really want it to happen either.

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Thegreatreynoldo's picture

June 22, 2021 at 02:18 am

Exactly right. Since he will be an RFA in 2022, no extension in 2021.

As for an extension prior to the start of the 2022, I agree that might be difficult given the cap situation but it depends on his level of play. Lazard should be expected to get a 2nd round tender, and that might be pushing $4M (it was $3.38M this year). If Lazard stays healthy and also puts up 1,000 yards, extending him becomes unlikely.

If Lazard's market is $6M to $8M per year, an extension is feasible. $9M to $11M it gets tough to extend without significantly increasing his cap number, but doable. $12M and up is probably not doable.

FWIW, Tonyan is playing on the 2nd round tender. I have estimated his worth in the $7.5M to 9.5M AAV area. This year, even increasing his cap from $3.384 to something around $4.5M would present difficulties. Plus, he might prefer another year to prove himself. I wish I knew how much the premium is for a $10M disability policy NFL players sometimes get. Tonyan and Lazard have not yet earned lots of money.

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jannes bjornson's picture

June 21, 2021 at 06:49 pm

Hands.

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nostradanus's picture

June 21, 2021 at 07:39 am

Lazard is the type of Blue Collar Joe that Packers fans love. In the salary cap NFL these are your glue guys!
He’s a GREAT blocker and 3rd down go to guy.
Lazard will never be a star and will fly under the radar.
If he was a dog he’d be a mutt and that’s why we love him.
Go Lizard and Go Pack!

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Archie's picture

June 21, 2021 at 07:56 am

THE LIZZARD!

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Packers0808's picture

June 21, 2021 at 07:57 am

Lazard definitely has his place and use within Packers scheme. He will stick because of his skill set!

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Coldworld's picture

June 21, 2021 at 08:05 am

Lazard just needs to stay healthy. He was absent or well below full fitness due to the core injury for most of last year.

I think the reason that he’s not discussed is he’s assumed to be a lock. He is clearly an important part of this O in terms of routes and blocking. He’s not a player whose skills need developing, he does what he does well when he’s healthy so there no debate about whether he does or doesn’t have upside.

Lazard just needs to stay healthy and continue what he was doing before getting injured to be a consistent contributor in this offense.

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mrtundra's picture

June 21, 2021 at 08:50 am

I've been a Lazard fan ever since I saw his college tape out of Iowa State. A big guy who can go up for the ball. Pair that with his toughness and willingness to block, and you have an excellent receiver. I am very glad he is wearing Green and Gold!

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CheesyTex's picture

June 21, 2021 at 09:18 am

I feel the same way, mrtundra.

He's such a good fit for MLF's offense, that I hope Pack can keep him long-term.

Only red flag for me is that he is one of the WR's that skipped voluntaries, and what that might portend as the #12 situation plays out. We'll see, but I hope Lazard feels the love...

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KnockTheSnotOutOfYou's picture

June 21, 2021 at 09:10 am

I have maintained for a few years now the Packers:

a. Needed a twitchy slot WR
b. Need to be playing Tonyan extensively
c. Have good WRs

They now have Amari and it will be a game changer. They finally played Tonyan extensively and look how he has performed.

The WR's are very good players. Outside of the amazing Adam's they are hard working and tough! They dont fit the profile of being the fast sexy type WR's, which is why I think so many fans have constantly thought the Packers have needed a WR in round 1 for the past 3 years.

Lazard and MVS are favorites of mine. Lazard will continue to do his thing! Love the guy! MVS potential continues to point upwards. Like many on here the WR I had been so hopeful about has been ESB. Has all the talent in the world to be outstanding. This is his last chance or he may be out of football. I'm still hopeful!

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CheesyTex's picture

June 21, 2021 at 09:21 am

Maximum thumbs up.

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Minniman's picture

June 22, 2021 at 02:27 pm

So what you are saying KTSOOY is that Lazard is a part of an overall arsenal designed to stretch the field.

Like Jake Kumerow, he’s a sneakily slightly better than average positional player that defenses make the mistake of pairing up with their lower order defenders - and a mismatch is created.

He reminds me a bit of James Jones in the 20-teens Packers.

If WR1, RB1 and TE1 (or WR2) aren’t effectively doing their jobs well (by commanding the attention of their counterparts) then this player is more easily neutralized by defensive help - and struggles.

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PatrickGB's picture

June 21, 2021 at 09:36 am

He is a perfect example of Matt’s mantra “doing your one of eleventh’s”. He is what one wants in a teammate.

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madtowndan's picture

June 21, 2021 at 09:43 am

He is the steady-eddie the offense needs. He may not have the speed of MVS, but his hands are far more reliable and his routes are precise. And as mentioned above his blocking is outstanding (you've got to love a receiver who's looking for someone to hit).

And thankfully he's not thin-skinned like the QB. Being overlooked by the media like Lazard is would have Rodgers wallowing in self-pity.

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jannes bjornson's picture

June 21, 2021 at 06:54 pm

Every time he caught the ball for Iowa State he moved the chains for a first down. They call them Football Players.

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Since'61's picture

June 21, 2021 at 10:05 am

Lazard had 33 catches in 10 games. So he averaged 3 receptions per game which tells me that over a full 16 and now 17 game season Lazard would likely have about 50-55 receptions for approximately 700+ yards. This would make him a quality #2 WR, especially in MLFs offense.
With Adams #1, Lazard #2, Amari Rodgers in the slot, Tonyan at TE and Jones as RB we should have a very dynamic passing attack. Add in MVS in a 4 or 5 wide formation and opposing defenses will have a difficult time defending our pass attack. Bringing in MVS as the #4 WR would probably put him up against a #3 CB at best and/or a safety. He should be able to beat those type of DBs for medium to long passes and become much more effective if his hands improve.

Lazard is an effective blocker in the ground game and a solid WR. He should get a majority of the snaps as the #2 in MLFs offense.

If Rodgers proves to be the real deal we'll be pretty well stacked at WR, especially if Funchess can return to his prior form. Thanks, Since '61

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splitpea1's picture

June 21, 2021 at 10:12 am

"....the ball is simply not thrown to him enough." Like when he was WIDE open on a slant at the goal line late in the second quarter of the NFCCG. I still can't believe Rodgers chose (he couldn't have missed him) not to throw Lazard's way in that instance; we ended up trading an easy TD for an easy FG.

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jannes bjornson's picture

June 21, 2021 at 06:57 pm

And the five-wide set in the fourth qtr series, leading to the FG. . One of Rodgers weaknesses is moving his head along the progressions to HIS Right.

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dobber's picture

June 21, 2021 at 10:27 am

I think Lazard is an ideal complementary #3 WR: steady and reliable, he competes hard and does many things well, but he doesn't look like a bona fide #1. When he's on the field, you're trading size for raw footspeed, but we saw in 2020 that he could get behind a secondary in this offense. Just like any tool, it's all about the job you try to do with it. With many teams playing 11 personnel very extensively, that makes him a guy who would see the field a lot in this league. The Packers played 11 personnel 55% of the time in 2020...that puts them in the bottom third of the league, so a third WR is less valued than a third WR in, say, Buffalo or Pittsburgh (both winning teams who played more than 70% of their snaps out of 11 personnel). By contrast, the Packers played more 12 (1 RB, 2 TE) and 21 (2 RB, 1 TE) than most teams do.

If you're interested in seeing how the Packers break down in terms of position groups, here is a source for that info...

https://www.sharpfootballstats.com/personnel-grouping-frequency.html

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flackcatcher's picture

June 21, 2021 at 02:55 pm

Points out how important MVS really is in MLF Shanahan's offensive scheme. In this scheme, he is a true no. 2 WR, in which the MLF can't run most of his deceptive stuff without him. I like Lazard a lot too. But like you said, he's a no. 3 WR who complements inside the scheme.

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Thegreatreynoldo's picture

June 22, 2021 at 03:37 am

I agree. The importance of MVS as a deep threat who really stresses safeties, especially single high safeties who tend to want to double or shade towards Adams, is underestimated on these boards.

My next thought was cussing at dobber: there probably is an article here if I can find the time. I've bookmarked his link and I will peruse the numbers when I can. Sigh.

After a quick look, two things struck me. The first is that the run success rate stayed reasonably constant with 11, 12, and 21 formations (60%, 55%, and 51%, respectively). And no, the run success rate for other teams often enough does not routinely trend down: in fact, it is higher for 21 than for 11 or 12 formations fairly often. The Packers' straight-line linear progression is not necessarily the norm as far as I can tell in 15 minutes.

The other thing that struck me were some of the anomalies by other teams. MN is in 11 personnel just 29% of the time. SF's run success rate stinks in 11 personnel - I suppose that's the injuries and Jimmy G.

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greengold's picture

June 22, 2021 at 06:21 am

Yeah, TGR, that link is dope. Thanks dobs!!!

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Coldworld's picture

June 22, 2021 at 07:50 am

Very much agree. It really struck me last year to see how many opposing defensive coordinators had heavily planned to defend MVS. Had he not been there, drawing coverage away, a lot if what we did would have been much more difficult. It’s odd to see this aspect downplayed so soon after a period where we saw what happens without genuine speed in the WR group. It strikes me that this is also why MVS’ blocking is so valuable to LaFleur as well, teams don’t know if he’s there to block or take the top off.

Which brings me to Lazard. I think injury robbed him of significant yards after his return late in the season, but having him in and blocking seems critical to much of the play design. His value to the team doesn’t always show up in receiver stats, or at least not his.

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cheesehead1's picture

June 21, 2021 at 10:26 am

MVS is a wildcard. He has to overcome the drop issues. I could care less how fast he is unless his hands improve. Pulling for him to get more consistent….. GPG.

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scullyitsme's picture

June 21, 2021 at 10:40 am

Lazard is what you want in a solid number 3. MVS a solid 3-4. Here’s hoping Fuchness and Rodgers supplant both of them for 2-3. The terms “hard working” and “lunch pail guy” mean not very much talent. I want a hard working talented receiver.

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LambeauPlain's picture

June 21, 2021 at 10:40 am

Lazard will only continue to improve as an NFL player, just like he did at ISU, averaging 80 receptions per year with increasing production every year. Over 3,000 yards.

When Packers drafted Greg Jennings from a small college in the second round who was just under 6 ft, under 200 lbs and ran just under a 4.5 some may have said, "that was a reach." But what he brought to the Packers was tons of receptions and impeccable route running. The rest was history.

Allen is 6.5, 230 lbs and almost as fast as Jennings. Was as productive as Jennings with higher quality opponents in college and his route running is also "impeccable"....and unlike Jennings, so is his blocking.

Jennings took off after his rookie year....I think Lazard would have last year but for the core injury. Yet his production in 2020 in 10 games was almost an exact match of 2019 when played in all 16 contests.

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scullyitsme's picture

June 21, 2021 at 11:04 am

The optimism is commendable, but comparing Jennings to Lazard is kinda ridiculous, or I often hear people compare MVS to Adams first couple of years. They are both ridiculous. Jennings and Adams had obvious talent. Lazard and MVS are just feel good stories. Can we insert just a little objectiveness into our love for the feel good story? Not always go overboard?

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PatB's picture

June 21, 2021 at 01:08 pm

I agree that the Jennings comparison is optimistic, but both Lazard and MVS are *already* more than "feel good stories." They are fully legitimate NFL players. With Adams, Lazard and MVS, we are solid at the position when healthy. If Lazard and MVS are #3 and #4 then we are excellent there. And it's possible that one or both will continue to improve.

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Coldworld's picture

June 21, 2021 at 06:32 pm

Laughable if you lived through Adams first years and the roars of how dreadful that pick was.

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scullyitsme's picture

June 22, 2021 at 09:43 am

If you can’t distinguish the difference between Lazard and mvs first couple years and Adams and Jennings, I’ve got nothing for you at that point.

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jannes bjornson's picture

June 21, 2021 at 07:01 pm

Jennings was recruited to play for Michigan , then they pulled the scholarship off the table--their loss.

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Stroh's picture

June 21, 2021 at 12:27 pm

Ideally Lazard would be the #4 WR. Same w/ MVS... Adams is a clear #1, find a legit #2 and Rodgers in the slot. Then you have Lazard and MVS as excellent #4 and #5 WR who can pick up snaps based on what the Offense wants. The offense is very good no doubt, but its too top heavy w/ Adams getting almost all the targets. Lazard catching 2 maybe 3 a game doesn't make him a competent #2, when Adams is getting 10-15 throws his way every game. Both Lazard and MVS are passable only because the team can use one or the other to their strengths and make it work. But ideally they would find a legit #2 and drop Lazard and MVS to co #4's.

The offense being incredibly productive had everything to do w/ the greatness of Rodger and Adams, a strong run game and OL. Its a mistake to confuse the offensive productivity as proof that Lazard or MVS are actually legit #2s.

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Coldworld's picture

June 22, 2021 at 07:58 am

I think it’s a mistake to think of this team in terms of west coast 1,2,3,4 receivers. Adams is clearly our best at this point, but, as noted above, the others also bring different things to the table and are used accordingly, sometimes together and sometimes apart. This is an offense predicated on shifting threats and misdirection including WR usage and roles but also all skill players. This is conceptually far from the old MM offense and the WR hierarchy that went with that.

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greengold's picture

June 22, 2021 at 10:57 am

Yeah. Our #1 WR, Davante Adams of the 4.56 40 time...

Really great point, Coldworld. I believe there is a lot to be excited about with our offense, especially with Amari Rodgers entering the picture. It should be really fun to watch the production from this group.

I posted this in another thread on Andy Herman's Deep Dive into Jordan Love's 2018 tape, and thought it would be good to share it here for anyone wondering what Jordan Love might bring to our Offense this year, should he be named the Week 1 starter:

***WATCH THIS Jordan Love interview/film review!*** YOU WILL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED.

If you want to get to know Jordan Love a bit more, and watch some film with him, and hear him explain all that he was doing and seeing from some of these same Deep Dive plays, here is your chance. Great, great, great interview with him by Mark Sanchez. Wow!

https://youtu.be/ukzRoLkADLA

Don't miss this! Just an awesome job, unexpectedly, by Mark Sanchez of all people, talking with JL and going over his tape with him. You really get some keen insights into what he actually is thinking through each play they review. Pretty special, and I thought everyone here might dig this. I was blown away.

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MarkinMadison's picture

June 21, 2021 at 12:57 pm

I really like Lazard. I hope he breaks out this year. I think he is better than Funchess, but just didn't get the hype coming out of ISU. I think he is a much more well-rounded player than MVS, but doesn't have the "wow" speed. Rodgers does have the "wow" speed, and I think he will make MVS expendable next year. I think that is probably the plan for next year --> Adams, Lazard Rodgers.

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Qoojo's picture

June 21, 2021 at 02:07 pm

Let's talk about those gloves in the picture. I see the packers' G on the right glove wrist. Are they standard? I thought the approved gloves were different. I think Cobb modeled them. They look like Bengals gloves.

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CoachDino's picture

June 21, 2021 at 03:47 pm

Is it a shame? Sure in a way but in a way it's just the opposite. Why are we hearing so much about EQS and Funchess? because they are on the chopping block. Lazard isn't.

Lazard is valuable for all the reasons stated, its why he will make the squad. But he by no means has the impact in the passing game that Da or MVS do. He most likely never will. MVS has Size and speed that forces defenses to shade his way even when he is dropping balls and running avg routes. DA can not be covered of the line of scrimmage and can pick a defense apart. Lazard wil, most likely, never have those traits or presence.

Then add to the equation amari R who will likely be taking snaps away from Lazard it lessens the Off season LOVE even more.

Guess what? My money says lazard really doesn't care, he knows his role, what he excels at, what he needs to improve at and he is the consummate professional.

Lazards value is also his depth in a WR unit. When injuries hit, he can step up when needed, wide out, slot, deep, underneath etc.

I agree Lard doesn't always get the Love but its for all the right reasons.

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Bure9620's picture

June 21, 2021 at 07:46 pm

I have been a Lazard truther for 2 years, through him being released in favor of Darrius Shepperd.......Love his Blcoking and hands, route running,. He will be in a Packer uniform atleast another year.

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