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Your Initial Green Bay Packers 2013 53-Man Roster

Here's the Green Bay Packers initial roster after making 22 cuts on Saturday to get down to the NFL mandated 53 -player limit.

Remember that the makeup of the roster is subject to change if the Packers were to make any waiver claims, trades or sign any free agents.

Quarterbacks (2)

Aaron Rodgers, B.J. Coleman

For the time being, Coleman will back up Aaron Rodgers, although that may not necessarily prevent the Packers from going out and acquiring another quarterback. The Packers do need a quarterback who knows the offense, however, in case anything were to happen to Rodgers, and Coleman at least provides that.

Running Backs (4)

Eddie Lacy, John Kuhn, James Starks, Johnathan Franklin

After parting ways with Alex Green, it appears as if Starks will be Lacy's running mate in the Packers backfield. The possibility still exists that the Packers could add Joe McKnight, but they'd have to cut a player to make room for him––and they wouldn't necessarily have to cut a running back.

Wide Receiver (5)

Randall Cobb, Jordy Nelson, James Jones, Jarrett Boykin, Jeremy Ross

The Packers decided to keep Ross over rookies like Charles Johnson, Tyrone Walker and Myles White, although it's a good bet the Packers will ask at least one or two young receivers to be on their practice squad. After cutting Green, it also looks like Ross is in line to be the Packers' kick returner.

Tight End (4)

Jermichael Finley, Andrew Quarless, Ryan Taylor, Brandon Bostick

The Packers parted ways with D.J. Williams, who they had spent the previous two years developing, and Matthew Mulligan, the free-agent signing that was expected to be the run blocker. Quarless will have to become the run blocker the Packers need. Taylor will fill an H-back and special teams role. Bostick is a good receiving threat, but he needs to be more than just a one-trick pony if he's going to be active on game days.

Offensive Line (8)

David Bakhtiari, Josh Sitton, Evan Dietrich-Smith, T.J. Lang, Don Barclay, Marshall Newhouse, Greg Van Roten, Lane Taylor

It looks like Van Roten will be the backup center and interior offensive lineman. It was perhaps surprising to see the Packers keep Taylor, but they won't need his services unless another lineman is injured. They have the luxury of time to develop him.

Defensive Line (7)

Datone Jones, B.J. Raji, Ryan Pickett, C.J. Wilson, Mike Daniels, Johnny Jolly, Josh Boyd

For a team that uses only two defensive linemen on the field about 70 percent of the time, it was surprising to see the Packers keep seven defensive linemen, eight if you count Mike Neal. But among the biggest reasons they kept Boyd is because Raji, Pickett, Wilson, Jolly and Neal are all free agents at season's end.

Outside Linebackers (5)

Clay Matthews, Nick Perry, Mike Neal, Andy Mulumba, Nate Palmer

After making the roster as an undrafted rookie and racking up four sacks in 2012, the Packers placed Dezman Moses on waivers. They must feel good about the two rookies they decided to keep over him––Mulumba and Palmer.

Inside Linebackers (5)

A.J. Hawk, Brad Jones, Robert Francois, Jamari Lattimore, Sam Barrington

The Packers waived Terrell Manning, one year after trading up in the fifth round to grab him. It may have been a case of just having too much depth at one position.

Cornerbacks (6)

Tramon Williams, Sam Shields, Casey Hayward, Davon House, Micah Hyde, Jarrett Bush

No surprises here. Bush makes the roster on the strength of his special teams ability.

Safeties (4)

Morgan Burnett, M.D. Jennings, Jerron McMillian, Chris Banjo

Behind a strong preseason performance, Banjo made the roster. He'll be needed if Burnett misses any time with a hamstring injury.

Special Teams (3)

Mason Crosby, Tim Masthay, Brett Goode

The Packers probably have some kickers on speed dial, but it's Crosby's job to lose for the time being.

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Idiot Fan's picture

I'm ready to lock up Shields and Finley. I think both will be more expensive by year end.

Brian Carriveau's picture

Finley's already expensive now, but I get what you're saying.

Idiot Fan's picture

Yeah, I was thinking that now we could lock him up for less than what he's making now per year. At the end of the year I bet he's 8+ million per year again.

JJB's picture

Mlbs are a joke. They are the reason the defense has sucked the last 2 yrs.

PackerBacker's picture

You could make an argument that they didn't get the help they needed from a D-line that underperformed the last few years. The ILB's need good lineman in order to be effective in a 3-4.

KC's picture

Should have a decent PS this year. Please don't call back Datko

Worldstab's picture

Happy with the roster. Now just replace Kuhn with McKnight in the next day or two, and we're set.

Lars's picture

Yea sure, like they will replace their best blocker at RB, ST's player and durable FB, with an injury-prone nothing like McKnight. Keep dreaming.

California Cheesehead's picture

Glad we kept Banjo.

Copackerfan's picture

Can't believe they wasted a spot on bj when he could have been signed to the practice squad and he played like shit. FYI- jets kept harrell on the roster.

jake's picture

They didn't waste a spot on him. Tomorrow they'll sign the real backup qb, and cut Coleman then.

Bob Tundra's picture

They did exactly that by signing Seneca Wallace as Rodgers back-up.

Lars's picture

Coleman was better than Harrell or didn't you watch old trip and fumble dump-off passes only in the pre-season?

TommyG's picture

Packsmack25 nailed the Quarless call, great job!

I'm excited to see this team on the field. We aren't improved from last season, that is for sure, but I think we have a lot of up and coming talent here that may surprise us in a positive manner this year.

Idiot Fan's picture

With Lacy, Jones, and a healthy Perry we are very likely better than last year.

Evan's picture

And an improved o-line.

Cow42's picture

Improved? Maybe.
Any good? [email protected] no.

Evan's picture

Improved is a good start, though.

Idiot Fan's picture

I'm sure you have nothing but praises to say about our Superbowl-winning 2010 oline, right?

RC Packer Fan's picture

Well you have to remember. Cow's prediction was that the Packers would go 6-10 this year. Then after Brian Bulaga got hurt he said that would cost the Packers 2 games. And their record would be 6-10...

Cow42's picture

I said 6 to 8 wins.
Then I said losing Bulaga would cost them 2 games.

TommyG's picture

I did not see an improvement on the o-line. They still looked awful this preseason. But that's my opinion; we'll see what happens on Sunday when this stuff counts.

The D-line did improve. I don't know how much of a difference that will make overall as we run so much nickel that those guys mostly just jam up the middle. Maybe it is time that we take advantage of our new line stength and run a true 3-4 with 3 down linemen?

MLecl0001's picture

So bahk isnt better than Newhouse?

Lacy isnt better than the hodge podge we had last year?(granted I like Harris and would have loved the Lacy/Harris combo)

Datone and Jolly wont add quality depth to the rotation? They also add play making ability along the line.

Mike Neal or Nick Perry arent better than Walden?

The only place I see as worse off than last year is WR with the loss of Jennings, who didnt play all the games anyways. Safety is a concern only because of Burnetts injury, otherwise it would be the same. The MLB's are the same, the back up QB is still a cluster, and if Finley bombs we still have nada at TE.

So over all I think the Packers are more improved. It just remains to be seen how much improved and how well the rookies and young guys step it up at the end of the year.

So long as Rodgers is healthy we got a shot, just get into play offs and anything can happen.

Evan's picture

Agreed. WR depth is really the only place they've gotten worse. Safety was a weakness last year and remains the same. DL is much deeper/better. OLB is better. CB is better. TE is the same. ILB is the same. RB is better.

Barutan Seijin's picture

Count me as a Bakhtiari skeptic. I didn't seen anything from Bakhtiari in the preseason that demonstrates he's better than Newhouse right now.

I understand why people don't like Newhouse. Unfortunately, not-Newhouse isn't necessarily better. I still think Newhouse will be back at LT around week 5 or so.

MLecl0001's picture

Im not saying bahk is a pro bowl all pro left tackle. I just think he will be better than Newhouse, and I think he is now. That also doesnt mean that he wont have some ups and downs, especially as a rookie. From my little film watching knowledge and fan eyes I just see a guy who is more technique sound and can move is feet much better than Newhouse. But then I aint no coach or scout.

jim's picture

i agree with ml

Jamie's picture

It seemed to me (and I believe most...except for Brian) that Quarless had a good shot at making the 53...assuming his knee was giving him trouble. He's the most complete TE we had other than Finley.

Do we all get a cookie?

TommyG's picture

Sure! Packsmack was the most vocal about it so I gave him the kudos.

Cow42's picture

Hey Stroh - what happened to Manning? Didn't you say he was going to be "a more athletic Bishop". Sweet call, bro.

MLecl0001's picture

Yea Cow your really one to talk about predictions. Talk about the pot calling the kettle black, or throwing stones and glass houses, etc.

Evan's picture

Good call on Jolly...

RC Packer Fan's picture

Cow, I thought you said that Bakhtiari was to small to play OT in the league. I am pretty sure you said they wasted their picks on both Lacy and Franklin. I know your still hating on Franklin, but give the guy some time. He will prove you wrong as well...

Cow42's picture

I never busted Lacy.
Looks like I was right about Franklin.
Jury's still out on Bakhtiari. He is light, though.

jimi's picture

Yeah you no your shit cause thats the truth

Chuck says's picture

How about Caleb Hanie at QB and Danny Watkins at guard. Step up McKnight.
Hopefully Boyd and Quarless go. We need
a WR. Boykin won't do. Congrats to Jolly.

hayward4president's picture

Boykin is a solid WR. Not worried about him at all.

FITZCORE 1252'S EVO's picture

Did some Nimrod, known for his stupid predictions just make fun of somebody else's prediction? That's rich.


Chad Toporski's picture

Figured it out, BTW. ;-)

FITZCORE 1252'S EVO's picture

All along the highways and interstates throughout this great country, I want to see cows with black eyes! If you're driving and see a cow, do the right thing , pull over and punch it in the face... It's the right thing to do.

Cow42's picture

Are all you guys going to apologize when the Packers lose for the 10th time?

MLecl0001's picture

Are you going to go away forever from here when the Packers win their 10th game?

WKUPackFan's picture

This comment may win the internet for all time.

Ruppert's picture

Awesome, Fitzy!

Tundrabum's picture

Cow42 Who?™®

Nononsense's picture

After dropping Mulligan TT needs to go after FB John Conner who was cut by the Bengals today. That beast would look awfully good in front of Lacy this season.

Brooklyn81's picture

John conner from the terminator

FITZCORE 1252'S EVO's picture

How many teams have cut him now? Having a cool nickname is great... If you can play.

chicago hooligan's picture

He can play fullback.

It's tough to justify roster spots for fullbacks for 90% of teams.

RC Packer Fan's picture

Honestly, none of the cuts surprise me. I will say though that Lane Taylor staying surprises me. I was really disappointed when watching him play. I personally thought Pat Lewis was better.

MarkinMadison's picture

A little surprised Mulligan and Green are gone. A little surprised Quarless and Starks are still here. I'm fine with all the DL. In addition to looking ahead, there is also the fact that keeping more DL on the field will help the run D, and rotating more DL will help the pass rush. The D will be much improved this year. I'm looking forward to a good season.

TommyG's picture

I beleive Quarless is a more balanced TE than Mulligan, which might be a good or bad thing depending on how our season shapes up. With Starks... I think that maybe TT and MM are still living in 2010.

MarkinMadison's picture

Generally agree, but Starks and Quarless have both been injured so much that it might be time to cut bait with them.

Calabasa's picture

I can't seem to let TT off the hook for refusing to trade the Alex Green pick for Marshawn Lynch. I guess now its official. Who would we have taken in the 2nd if we didn't need Lacy this year?

KennyPayne's picture

The OLine scares me. Dietrich-Smith looks completely overmatched physically (of course Saturday was too last year). Lang shows no power run blocking and Barclay (who received lots of assistance last year) is not a good pass blocker.

Bakhtiari is an undersized rookie (4th rounder) playing the most important position on the line and Sitton looks uncomfortable in his new spot at RG. The line was bad last year will it be better this season?

FITZCORE 1252'S EVO's picture

I posted this @ Al's joint, but it was so great, I decided to copy and paste it here. You're welcome.

We can be playing in NY come February with those 53... We're going to need a little good luck on the injury front though (we're due), we're not as deep as years past.

2012 Pack vs. 2013 Pack:

QB= Advantage 2013 Rodgers... Jordy and Craig were oft hurt last year. If QB1 has relative health from his WR corps, that combined with a contract year Finley = better 2013. Oh, and #12 has another offseason, in his prime and will have an improved ground game... Play action could be Ridic this year.

RB= Advantage 2013 RB's. Lacy as RB1 coupled with an upgrade in run blocking at RT and C = more production in 2013.

WR = Push. While the names on the 2012 roster looked better, they weren't available much of the time. Look for Boykin to become our sure handed chain moving WR, and the big three to do what they do... Yo.

TE = Advantage 2013 unit. We've cut the dead weight, and a healthy Quarless, an up and coming Bostick and a hungry Finley equal no contest.

OL= Advantage 2013. While losing BB is rough, replacing Saturday and Newhouse makes up for the loss... And then some. Bakhtiari will hit some rough patches, as he's going to draw several elite rushers, but my guess is the kid has an impressive showing overall.

CB = Advantage 2013. Tramon was never right in 2012, if he returns to form, that right there gives the nod to 2013, but wait... There's more! There's this fuggin BALLER named Micah Hyde who has a nose for the ball and just makes plays. Add Shields in a contract year and Casey with another offseason... This unit is very promising.

S= Advantage 2012... I guess. Morgan needs to heal quickly, that's about all I got.

DL= Advantage 2013. No contest.

ILB= Advantage 2013. Had Bishop played last year, it might have went to 2012, but he wasn't, so it didn't. AJ is AJ... Yawn, but Jones can fill and cover, Lattimore, Francois and Barrington... I'm comfortable if those guys "need" to play.

OLB = Advantage 2013. No Walden alone gives 2013 the edge but when you throw in the fact that Neal actually looks decent out there, Perry is healthy and Mulumba has flashed... I like this group.

K= It can't get any worse... Can it?

That's my take... Yes, if I wore glasses, they would surely be rose colored... Eff it, that's how I roll.

GBP 4 LIFE!!!!

Drealyn Williams's picture

I can dig it!

Cow42's picture

Even if you're right (which I don't think you are - QB, WR, OL have all regressed), it doesn't matter if the 2013 Packers are better than the 2012 Packers. All that matters is if they are batter than the 2013 49ers, Seahawks, Falcons, Redskins, Giants, Ravens, Patriots, Bengals, Texans, Broncos, etc... Which they clearly are NOT.

P.S. I think everyone banking on this "improved run game" is comical.
Nothing's going to be different. The OLine is so horrible it negates any perceived improvement at the RB position. And McCarthy's still calling plays.

Ct Sharpe Cheddar's picture

You should root for the Jets.There's a lot more to complain abought over there.

RC Packer Fan's picture

How do you know the OL is that horrible??? What have we seen? We have seen the OL play what 8 series total this preseason?
Lets wait till the 49ers game then decide how the OL and the team will be.

None of us know how good or bad the team will be because we haven't seen them play enough to decide that.
It seems like most people are looking at the backups that were cut and saying that's our team.

The TKstinator's picture

Eeyore strikes again.

packsmack25's picture

I think you're right, but I think this year's safeties are better given their extra year of experience. So, WR and K are the only positions that aren't equal to or better than last season. It's going to be tough to improve on 11-5 against what would appear to be a tough schedule, but I think they'll cruise to that record anyway.

On paper, I feel this is the best team we've had under Rodgers. I'm excited as shit.

jim's picture

Ditto, Packsmack... While the 3-4 works best when it stops the run, it is therefore essential to stop the run. The Packers made a move in that direction with what they have kept on their roster. Gap stuffers like Pickett, Boyd and Raji teaming with Jolly, Neal, Wilson, Jones, and Daniels gives the Packers big men to stuff the gaps and agile men who are capable of putting some pressure on. I question whether Capers may consider playing with a 4-3 at times as another item that opponents would have to consider practicing against. The important aspect of this depth in defensive line is that big players can play all-out the entire time they are in the game, allowing a stand-in to step in and do the same. No more need to over-play Raji. Grooming of potential replacements for free agency. Say what you want, but this Packer roster looks like an outstanding roster. Rookie mistakes will occur, but, overall, this defense looks like it may be very agressive. I like what I see on defense. 13 wins.

FITZCORE 1252'S EVO's picture

I could definitely see this years Safeties being better.

RC Packer Fan's picture

I agree with most of the positions.

QB- Rodgers has a chance to be better then last year if he learned not to hold the ball as long.

RB- Lacy is a HUGE improvement over last years group of Green, Starks, and about everyone else they tried trotting out there. Also I would take Franklin over last years Green.

WR- At the beginning of last year I would say was better then the beginning of this years. But when you look back at least years group I think this years will be better, assuming Nelson and others stay healthy.

OL- Sitton, EDS, Lang, Barclay are the same as last year end of the season games. Bahktiari is better then Newhouse at LT. Barclay I believe will be much improved.

DL- 2013 will be much improved. Have a really good rotation.

LB- Walden gone, and all the injury's the ILB had last year, 2013 will be a lot better.

CB- right now I say 2012 was better just because of the injury's right now.

S- I would take 2013. McMillan and Jennings will be better then last year based on experience that they have earned.

ST- Crosby will be better and if he isn't, they will find someone better.

Overall, I think the 2013 team will be better then 2012.

KennyPayne's picture

No offense to those contending (hoping?) the OLine is better this year, but I am not convinced.

Granted, Saturday was pathetic last year. What did that make his backup EDS? Beyond pathetic? Hey, I think EDS played better when he finally replaced Saturday but facts are facts and every other team could have signed EDS for nothing and chose to pass. I had to look at the jersey # all preseason to see it was not Saturday still out there -- that is how bad EDS looked.

As for Barclay improving, possibly and hopefully. But I remember hearing the same thing last year about this time about Newhouse. Young, another year under his belt, etc. How'd that turn out?

Plus the one rock Sitton has been forced out of his position and appears less than please or settled about it.

Finally, Bulaga played 1/2 the season last year before being injured. You can count on one of the linemen missing time at some point. The thought of a Van Roten or God forbid Newhouse taking over should give any Packer fan concern.

redlights's picture

That's one of a few things I have against MM: he stuck with Saturday too long. After a couple of those games, I can't see why he didn't just give EDS a try. I think EDS was an improvement over Saturday.

Stroh's picture

I think EDS needed someone to help him learn all the OL calls. I don't think Wells ever did that, since he was too concerned about losing his job. Saturday from what I read helped EDS tremendously learning the nuances of handling the OL. It probably took that long at least till the coaches had enough confidence in EDS to actually consider switching EDS for Saturday.

Ruppert's picture

As far as I'm concerned, we just need this year's OLBs not named Matthews to be better, and we need the D line to be better, and we can compete with anybody in the league. That's it.

I'm not convinced on the OLBs yet, but Perry is likely better than the guys who let Kaepernick rush for 180 and let AP rush for 9 yards a play to the outside last year. I'll take a leap of faith and assume that the replacements for Walden and Moses may actually demonstrate some discipline on containing outside runs, too, since Walden and Moses didn't even make an attempt.

But I'm feeling good about the D line with the addition of Jolly and a first round pick. Even if Jolly needs to be rested as often as Gilbert Brown used to, he's still going to make that D line much better.

Our run game didn't kill us last year. But it should be better, even if only marginally, or even if only in short yardage. Even that's a very big deal when your passing offense is as dynamic as ours. Even if the threat of play action shows up a couple times a game, it makes us that much more dangerous.

Our O line (beware of falling sky) didn't kill us last year. And they're not going to kill us this year either, in all likelihood. We don't have a good O line. We haven't in several years. I'm more worried about the kicker than the O line.

Lou's picture

It would be hard pressed to find an NFL team that provided as fair a chance as the Packers to outright win a roster position. All the others factor in politics and contracts in their decisions, this year if you performed in Green Bay you stayed in Green Bay. Any prior year favoritism was thrown to the way side as seen by the restructuring of Hawk and Crosby's contracts which gave them an opportunity to retain their jobs but at the rate they performed them. Some times this goes without notice but it shows how fortunate as fans we have it compared to the rest of the NFL, we are in good hands at the top of the organization.

Morgan Mundane's picture

This team has a lot of question marks that haven't been resolved via the draft:
1. Can the O line give Rogers time to throw
2. Can the O line open holes or even know how to zone block.
3. Can the MLB's even stop a running back and make tackles.
4. Can our vaunted DB's make plays, make tackles and not be out of postion all the time.
5. Have we improved the pass rush at all or will it be Mathews and just Mathews again?
There is a lot of deadwood on this team that needs to either start playing football or go.
IMHO the last two drafts were busts until those people drafted show something.

wiscowaynerd's picture

The 53 man roster is just the beginning as management has said in the past. I look for them to make several changes in the coming days such as a back up QB like Skelton, Wallace, or Trent Edwards then Tolzien or Coleman stay on the PS. 2 fullbacks that were released J.Connor and M.Robinson could replace Kuhn and his 2.5 million salary. O-line help could come in the form of Max Starks, Travis Bond, or released center from Tennessee(forgot his name but he started all 16 last year) then put L.Taylor on PS. And of course the signing of Joe Mcknight as returner and back up RB.

As long as we keep ARod healthy we'll have a chance.

Stroh's picture

You lost me at Skelton! Why the hell would the Packers want a bunch of has beens (Starks) and Never beens (Skelton, Wallace, Edwards)? I would MUCH rather have Coleman and his potential than players that aren't or have never been any good!

Cheddarhead's picture

QB situation scares me. I hope we have a plan. Maybe Matt Flynn is available? A healthy Rodgers is worth 8 wins, I think. And if Lacy can stay healthy a good running back will take alot of heat off of Rodgers and open up the play action.

4thand1's picture

Vince Young apparently just doesn't have an NFL arm(see Tebow). Flynn would have to restructure big time to be resigned. Just make the playoffs, if it takes 9-7, then so be it. I like Rogers in a dome on the road.

JakeK's picture

A whole page of denial going on here. This is the worst Pack 53 since 2005.

Not only is there an obvious lack of depth in many areas, but even the proposed starters are shaky. ... Oh, well, 2013 & 2014 are pegged as rebuilding years anyway... Get ready for a long season.

Cow42's picture


BeddarCheddar's picture

The cuts of Williams, Green, and Manning, along with Smith in the spring, really bother me...not because I think they are worthy of a roster spot, but because they are recent picks who were gone so quickly. Having just 4 members of the 2011 draft class still on the team is troubling for a draft and develop team, particularly when you consider that Taylor, House, and Sherrod are three of the four who remain, and they aren't doing much. I mean, take a look at that draft...what the heck was going on? Then you have Perry, Worthy, and Manning from last's already gone and who knows what will become of the other two. Hopefully the 2013 class will bail us out, because we can't afford to keep wasting these picks.

Cow42's picture


4thand1's picture

Anyone can predict doom and gloom and if it happens you can come back at the end of the year and say ,"I told you so." It'll be your one little victory in your sad pessimistic life.

Cow42's picture

Anyone can predict division championships and Super Bowl wins and if it doesn't happen can come back at the end of the year and say "Hey, I'm a fan! I make the same prediction every year." It'll be your one little victory in your sad delusional life.

4thand1's picture

It took you nearly 9 hours to come back with that? You should be on with Skip Bayless.

4thand1's picture

So you think the Packers will stink every year? You've been wrong a lot.

Cow42's picture

I don't think they'll stink every year. I didn't think they stunk,la st year (didn't think they were as good as people were saying, though).

I just think that because of their lack of depth, massive amount of injuries, and impossible schedule that they'll stink this year.

PackerAaron's picture

<em>I don’t think they’ll stink every year.</em>

A cursory search of the comments on this here website suggests otherwise.

Sir Cheese's picture

But those predictions have been correct Cow, the Packers are 66-30 since MM took over as HC averaging 11-5 over that span. They also have a 6-4 playoff record with 3 division Championships and a Superbowl victory. Seems like our positive outlook is consistently more accurate than your negative drivel.

MarkinMadison's picture

Um, did someone here say that the Packers' depth stinks and no one would want their guys this year?

"One day after being released by the Packers, Green was claimed on waivers Sunday by the New York Jets, Williams was claimed by the Jacksonville Jaguars, Moses was claimed by the Kansas City Chiefs, Manning was claimed by the San Diego Chargers and Lewis was claimed by the Cleveland Browns."

hump's picture

hyde will be moved to safety in a couple weeks,and that will conclude teds rebuilding of defense.he has done good,considering our defense of 2 yrs ago. matthews perry neal datone and jolly rushing all at once....some shit is gonna go down boys,and it may be kaeperdink!!! we may get beat by san fran,but if burnett is good to go,they will not walk like they did in the playoffs. good "d" and the best qb in the game always gives you a chance to win world titles baby!! (see early 2000's...tom brady,pats) even with our shaky o line. GO MOTHAF{:(*N PACK GO!!!!!!!

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