I wasn't referring to just this last season. The secondary problems have been around for more than one year.That doesn't make any sense. The team didn't improve over last season by re-signing House as he was on the roster in 2017 as well.
I wasn't referring to just this last season. The secondary problems have been around for more than one year.
We got House back last year, and this year we picked up Williams again. Gives us a veteran presence to help out the youngsters.
House isn't the solution to the Packers woes in the secondary though. King, Alexander and Jackson paired with Williams hopefully will turn the unit around.
As Mondio stated, just yanking some chains. Plus I'm sitting at work bored waiting for quitting time.I assume we have until next Sunday before kickoff to get this in? Many things can change in the next week:
- Packers trade for Mack.
- Aaron Rodgers trips during the filming of a State Farm Commercial and breaks his collar bone.
- A trade is worked out with the Browns to reacquire D. Randall and Jeff Janis.
- Aaron Jones is caught sneaking out of Cheech and Chong's Residence.
- Gute reveals that he has just been playing TT's puppet for the last 8 months.
NFC North Bold Prediction: Jimmy Graham leads the NFL in TD catches, breaks tight end TD record.
Putting Jimmy Graham and Aaron Rodgers on the same team is borderline unfair, but that's what the Packers have done in Green Bay. Rodgers is a touchdown throwing machine who actually led the league in touchdown passes the last time he was on the field for an entire season (2016). Graham is a touchdown catching machine who actually led the league in touchdown receptions back in 2013. Now that they're together, I won't be surprised if Graham tops Rob Gronkowski's single-season record for touchdown catches by a tight end. Gronk set the mark with 17 touchdown receptions in 2011.
NFC Playoff Bold Prediction: The Packers win the Super Bowl.
Cheeseheads might want to get their cheese-flavored champagne ready, because this is going to be the year that Aaron Rodgers finally wins his second Super Bowl title. Since winning Super Bowl XLV in 2010, the Packers have come agonizingly close to returning to the big game, but they've had their heart ripped out on on multiple occasions. If you need a quick refresher on those agonizing games: After the 2013 season, they lost at home on a last second field goal to the 49ers. After the 2014 season, they blew a 19-7 lead in the final 2:10 in an overtime loss to the Seahawks in the NFC Championship. After the 2015 season, they lost in overtime to the Cardinals in the divisional round after Aaron Rodgers completed a miraculous Hail Mary on the final play of the game to tie things up in regulation. Between the losses and the collarbone injuries over the past few years, this feels like the season where Rodgers is going to be on a scorched earth tour.