Sunday, August 10, 2008

32 Teams in 30-Some Days - Green Bay Packers

The Green Bay Packers




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The Verdict
It's as simple as this - as Aaron Rodgers goes, so go the Packers. I think the Packers can still be a very good team, if Rodgers isn't killing them game in and game out that is. They should still be able to run the ball and still have a great pair of receivers in Jennings and Driver. Rodgers has all the weapons to win games, he just needs to take advantage of them. If he doesn't, the Packers fans are going to be on him instantly. Even with Jets Quarterback #4 now gone, this is still an extremely volatile situation in Green Bay.

3 comments:

Trebor said...

The def can win them games agianst any of the teams in the nfc north, and not just cause the north really lacks any big offensive teams, but becuase they are pretty good. A top 5 def in fantasy so that should carry to real life too ??

Anonymous said...

Don't forget that Regina boy punter ( I think he is still there). Jon's passing percentage may be better than Mr. Rodgers after week 1.

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Ken Clean-Air Systems said...

His punting percentage might not be though - he hit an 11-yarder against Cincinnati on Monday night.