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Post draft power rankings

Discussion in 'Packer Fan Forum' started by ivo610, May 1, 2013.

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    Saw this earlier this morning. How anybodys ranked ahead of San Fran is beyond me. They had like 30 picks in the draft and a solid off season. Also i agree about the Queens, i thought besides Cincy they had the best draft yet they didn't move haha. Where do they find these writers?
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    Agreed. Vikings and Niners should both be higher, but I think that Seattle deserves to stay top 3. And I think we deserve top 5. We just need to get healthy. Hard to build through the draft when the last three 1st round picks were all on IR last year.
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    Falcons ahead of us?
    C'mon... They're the one team with less depth at the Pass Rush positions than us, bigger question marks in their secondary - friggin' Sam Baker at left tackle, idk.

    Broncos/Seahawks/49ers all look good thou.
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    9ers, Broncos, Seahawks top 3. After that Packers and Falcons and Patriots in the next tier. I think the Vikings and Tampa Bay are both going to be competitive this year, depending on QB play. It's a make-or-break year for Josh Freeman and Christian Ponder.

    Bengals definitely a force as well. Giants and Eagles I just don't know. They could be good, could not be. Raven's aint' returning to the SB.

    The jets will still suck.

    I'd say:

    9ers
    Broncos
    Seahawks
    Falcons
    Packers
    Patriots
    Bengals
    Houston
    Ravens
    Giants
    Vikings
    Colts
    Buccaneers
    Eagles

    I rate the Falcons ahead of us because we'll have a lot of young players out there, not necessarily because I think the Falcons are better...or should i say, they are "better" in the sense that they have more veterans. I'll take us in terms of pure talent however.

    I also think that our OL has enough question marks not to rate us higher. I think there will be some improvement over last year, but will the Packers end up with a stable OL or not?

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