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POLL: Who is the 2nd Most IMPORTANT player on the Packers?

Discussion in 'Packer Fan Forum' started by FrankRizzo, Dec 18, 2013.

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Who is the 2nd most IMPORTANT (doesn't say best. Says important) player on the Packers?

Poll closed Dec 19, 2013.
  1. Clay Matthews (When he gets pressure, our D does okay)

    16.7%
  2. Sam Shields (Guy is a great corner, who's gonna get paid huge $ in the spring)

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  3. Tramon Williams (Great length to cover taller WRs)

    3.3%
  4. Morgan Burnett (since he's the only decent safety we have)

    3.3%
  5. Nick Perry (rarely healthy. But when he IS, he is that bookend pass rusher we wanted)

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  6. Randall Cobb (he's that spark we're missing. DYK: We have scored fewer points than the Vikings?

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  7. Eddie Lacy (Has been the bell-cow)

    50.0%
  8. Jordy Nelson (Guy is so good. One handed catches, jumo over guys, run past them, steady)

    3.3%
  9. Josh Sitton (Has been great opening up holes for Lacy and rarely gets beaten for QB pressure)

    10.0%
  10. Matt Flynn (How would we have done with Wallace and Tolzein only?)

    13.3%
  1. FrankRizzo
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    This is all correct.
    Lacy rolled an ankle, and we were still okay with Starks.

    If Flynn went out, we're dead city.
    We need to keep Flynn healthy in there.... until Godgers comes back which I want to be by the Bears game.
    REVENGE.
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    All you guys are wrong. Look it's clearly Marshall Newhouse, how he's not on this list is a dang shame. The offensive line of the future will benefit greatly when they watch tape on WHAT NOT TO DO in pass protection, run blocking, and "pad level". Once these guy's all sit down and watch tape on Marhall Newhouse we should end up having the best o-line in the NFL. Sometimes you learn quicker when you can visually see how it's done. Marshall Newhouse will show you how to become a BETTER linemen by doing everything OPPOSITE of what he does. The Packers organization should thank him on the future development of drafted linemen.
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    GREAT POLL. Not sure who i choose.
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    Marhsall Newhouse!!
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    You all have it wrong. The second most important player on the Packers is Aaron Rodgers. He's the first and the third most important too. Who is the fourth most important is the question. Answer: Brett Goode. :D
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    He's produced like an average starting pass rusher if you look at the single game averages. He's just played fewer games, and he's done this with limited hand usage at a position reliant on hands. I remember what we looked like without him: dead.
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    No, actually the 1st game he was out for, we generated 5 sacks. Even before the hand injury, he looked a step slower and a bunch weaker.
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    Matthews looks weaker to me out there, watching him in person last week.
    He went against a good LT in Tyron Smith, but he made Smith look like a Hall of Famer.
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