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Football Gameplan's 2014 Inside the War Room - Packers

Discussion in 'Draft Talk' started by EmDiggy, Apr 5, 2014.

  1. EmDiggy

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  2. Cheesehead625

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    Not trying to be mean, but I honestly don't think Green Bay will be going Tight End then Wide Receiver in the 1st and then 2nd. Too many defensive needs.
     
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  3. packfan1

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    I think at this point with the signing of Peppers and the possibility Hyde will get a look at safety anything is possible. Personally I think there are needs at the offensive skill positions such as TE and WR and wouldn't be surprised to see the 1st or 2nd pick be used there. I don't think both picks will be for offense though...
     
  4. Cheesehead625

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    Maybe.. I still think they know that they have to fix the defense in so many positions. I'd love to grab a ton of offensive weapons, but I think we'll walk out with a WR/TE in the 3rd and maybe a later prospect as well.
     
  5. HyponGrey

    HyponGrey Caseus Locutus Est

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    Position value do... Chances are if they play WR/TE they won't be rated high enough for us to draft them in the 1st unless they're slated for top 10-15.
     

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