PFF Grades Pre-Season vs Chiefs Game - Best/Worst

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Top 5 offense

  1. WR Samori Toure: 77.1
  2. C Josh Myers: 71.9
  3. OT Rasheed Walker: 71.4
  4. TE Tyler Davis: 71.2
  5. OT Caleb Jones: 71.1
Rookie Samori Toure ended his first preseason with an impressive six-catch, 83-yard performance. The Packers’ seventh-round draft pick was the team’s leading receiver in the preseason, totaling nine receptions on 13 targets for 125 yards. Toure’s outing against the Chiefs was by far his best of the preseason and arguably the best of any Green Bay receiver during the month of August. Meanwhile, second-year center Josh Myers appeared in only 17 snaps but had an integral block on the team’s only touchdown drive. His pancake against linebacker Jermaine Carter helped spring running back TJ Goodson open on his 24-yard touchdown run and was one of the highlight plays of the day. Also notable, Davis had a solid game after what had been a rocky preseason.

Top 5 defense

  1. S De’Vante Cross: 87.9
  2. LB Quay Walker: 71.1
  3. LB Krys Barnes: 69.8
  4. OLB Kobe Jones: 66.7
  5. S Tariq Carpenter: 66.6
Not many standouts here, but Cross did have his best performance of the preseason and could be a candidate for the practice squad. Meanwhile, Walker is starting to look more and more like a first-round pick. His ranginess was on full display on his way to five tackles.

Bottom 5 offense

  1. TE Nate Becker: 43.4
  2. QB Jordan Love: 46.5
  3. WR Juwann Winfree: 48.4
  4. RB Dexter Williams: 48.7
  5. TE Alize Mack: 51.7
Both tight ends on the list were long shots to make the roster anyway. Interestingly, PFF gave Love such a low grade seeing how he didn’t play all that poorly going off the TV copy. He did throw a bad interception just before halftime but completed over 61 percent of his passes with one drop. Winfree was targeted six times but only had one catch, and Williams allowed a sack in his only rep in pass protection, severely impacting his grade.

Bottom 5 defense

  1. LB Ty Summers: 28.1
  2. LB Isaiah McDuffie: 30.5
  3. DT TJ Slaton: 34.8
  4. CB Keisean Nixon: 39.8
  5. OLB Kingsley Enagbare: 46.8
Not a good look for Green Bay’s backup linebackers. Both graded out poorly in coverage as they combined to allow three catches totaling 60 yards. McDuffie had been having a strong preseason with noticeable improvement, but Summers still looks like a special teamer hopeful to sneak on to the initial 53.

 
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Top 5 offense

  1. WR Samori Toure: 77.1
  2. C Josh Myers: 71.9
  3. OT Rasheed Walker: 71.4
  4. TE Tyler Davis: 71.2
  5. OT Caleb Jones: 71.1
Rookie Samori Toure ended his first preseason with an impressive six-catch, 83-yard performance. The Packers’ seventh-round draft pick was the team’s leading receiver in the preseason, totaling nine receptions on 13 targets for 125 yards. Toure’s outing against the Chiefs was by far his best of the preseason and arguably the best of any Green Bay receiver during the month of August. Meanwhile, second-year center Josh Myers appeared in only 17 snaps but had an integral block on the team’s only touchdown drive. His pancake against linebacker Jermaine Carter helped spring running back TJ Goodson open on his 24-yard touchdown run and was one of the highlight plays of the day. Also notable, Davis had a solid game after what had been a rocky preseason.

Top 5 defense

  1. S De’Vante Cross: 87.9
  2. LB Quay Walker: 71.1
  3. LB Krys Barnes: 69.8
  4. OLB Kobe Jones: 66.7
  5. S Tariq Carpenter: 66.6
Not many standouts here, but Cross did have his best performance of the preseason and could be a candidate for the practice squad. Meanwhile, Walker is starting to look more and more like a first-round pick. His ranginess was on full display on his way to five tackles.

Bottom 5 offense

  1. TE Nate Becker: 43.4
  2. QB Jordan Love: 46.5
  3. WR Juwann Winfree: 48.4
  4. RB Dexter Williams: 48.7
  5. TE Alize Mack: 51.7
Both tight ends on the list were long shots to make the roster anyway. Interestingly, PFF gave Love such a low grade seeing how he didn’t play all that poorly going off the TV copy. He did throw a bad interception just before halftime but completed over 61 percent of his passes with one drop. Winfree was targeted six times but only had one catch, and Williams allowed a sack in his only rep in pass protection, severely impacting his grade.

Bottom 5 defense

  1. LB Ty Summers: 28.1
  2. LB Isaiah McDuffie: 30.5
  3. DT TJ Slaton: 34.8
  4. CB Keisean Nixon: 39.8
  5. OLB Kingsley Enagbare: 46.8
Not a good look for Green Bay’s backup linebackers. Both graded out poorly in coverage as they combined to allow three catches totaling 60 yards. McDuffie had been having a strong preseason with noticeable improvement, but Summers still looks like a special teamer hopeful to sneak on to the initial 53.

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Top 5 offense

  1. WR Samori Toure: 77.1
  2. C Josh Myers: 71.9
  3. OT Rasheed Walker: 71.4
  4. TE Tyler Davis: 71.2
  5. OT Caleb Jones: 71.1
Rookie Samori Toure ended his first preseason with an impressive six-catch, 83-yard performance. The Packers’ seventh-round draft pick was the team’s leading receiver in the preseason, totaling nine receptions on 13 targets for 125 yards. Toure’s outing against the Chiefs was by far his best of the preseason and arguably the best of any Green Bay receiver during the month of August. Meanwhile, second-year center Josh Myers appeared in only 17 snaps but had an integral block on the team’s only touchdown drive. His pancake against linebacker Jermaine Carter helped spring running back TJ Goodson open on his 24-yard touchdown run and was one of the highlight plays of the day. Also notable, Davis had a solid game after what had been a rocky preseason.

Top 5 defense

  1. S De’Vante Cross: 87.9
  2. LB Quay Walker: 71.1
  3. LB Krys Barnes: 69.8
  4. OLB Kobe Jones: 66.7
  5. S Tariq Carpenter: 66.6
Not many standouts here, but Cross did have his best performance of the preseason and could be a candidate for the practice squad. Meanwhile, Walker is starting to look more and more like a first-round pick. His ranginess was on full display on his way to five tackles.

Bottom 5 offense

  1. TE Nate Becker: 43.4
  2. QB Jordan Love: 46.5
  3. WR Juwann Winfree: 48.4
  4. RB Dexter Williams: 48.7
  5. TE Alize Mack: 51.7
Both tight ends on the list were long shots to make the roster anyway. Interestingly, PFF gave Love such a low grade seeing how he didn’t play all that poorly going off the TV copy. He did throw a bad interception just before halftime but completed over 61 percent of his passes with one drop. Winfree was targeted six times but only had one catch, and Williams allowed a sack in his only rep in pass protection, severely impacting his grade.

Bottom 5 defense

  1. LB Ty Summers: 28.1
  2. LB Isaiah McDuffie: 30.5
  3. DT TJ Slaton: 34.8
  4. CB Keisean Nixon: 39.8
  5. OLB Kingsley Enagbare: 46.8
Not a good look for Green Bay’s backup linebackers. Both graded out poorly in coverage as they combined to allow three catches totaling 60 yards. McDuffie had been having a strong preseason with noticeable improvement, but Summers still looks like a special teamer hopeful to sneak on to the initial 53.

LaFleur mentioned that two guys showed up on tape noticeably not giving good effort on return coverage. Those two whoever they are need to be cut. Anyone that stupid to be a lazy slacker when trying to make this team need to find their way to some other NFL city. That's just totally appalling.
 
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