Well like him or not he finished ranked 47th in 2003, 43rd in 2004 and 40th in 2005 among NFL DEs and he's still the best pass rusher we have. While he may not be what we'd like him to be, he certainly has been productive and is more than serviciable. Personally, I think he's a hell of a player and more than any of us thought he'd be as a 5th rd draft pick. He hustles, is of high charactor and makes plays all over the field; I don't know what else some of you expect. Did you expect him to turn down the extra money Sherman offered him??
Funny thing is, whenever I/someone mentions possibly trading him and letting one of TT's rookies take over, everyone throws a hissy over that as well. So once again, so many GB can't seem to make up their minds. If we're rebuilding as many of you suggest, why not trade him iand his contract??
Alot of good points..........he IS a good pass rusher WHEN he goes up against a guy that he can beat with his speed. Now, with the new linebackers, maybe this will also help him. The Pack seems to have alot of speed with Hawk and Hodge, (and of course Barnett) and Poppinga could add to this. He's got his motor running all the time.
like cheesy said, he's a one trick pony and might as well not be on the field unless he's facing someone who's too slow to catch a parked bus. KGB will have 3-4 games where he racks up all of his stats, but is then seemingly absent the rest of the season.
KGB should be a third down situational pass rusher, not an ever down player.
I'd like to see Montgomery start in front of KGB on first and second down.
Anybody hear anything about kenny peterson's pre-season camp? Is peterson still a member of the Packers?
DE is a weakness on GB. Kampman is decent, but KGB is an one-dimensional player. he is a speed rushing end,who gets lOW AND COMES OFF THE END QUICKLY. but if he can't beat a tackle w/his first move he is going to be blocked.