That’s great.Doubs is the first Packers rookie to win the award since Jamaal Williams (Week 14, 2017).
sometimes Jones can make his own way even though the blocking is poor. If there is just a little space. But Dillon can't go too far unless he has the original hole.
Jone's shiftiness in tight quarters makes gains happen at times when nothing was there...or nothing happens.
Dillon in tight quarters can make nothing into two yards against nearly any defender out there...but if nothing is there, he is again ONLY getting two yards.
They so special in their own right.
The blocking has to be better and since imho it is more difficult for linemen to run block than to pass block; the better run blockers are who we should be going with and in the positions where they are most effective doing that. Decent run blocking is what opens up the play action.
I think you're right about Doubs. And he's been more vocal lately and he sounds confident. Hope he and Love have great years.In early OTA’s there has been a noticeable connection between Doubs and Love. The more I watch Doubs the more he moves like a higher end Pro Receiver. I see parts of several former Packers in his movement style. He’s got a mixture of James Jones and Davante Adams. Interestingly enough when GB drafted Doubs he said Doubs resembled himself the closest of any of the 2022 draft class. In April, MLF made a comment that Doubs has "some Davante Adams-type movement skills." I agree and I noticed this in several plays in his 2022 highlights reel. My prediction is Watson will get doubled more this year with Safety help and thus Doubs should get a nice increase in targets.