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Ridiculously early 53 man roster predictions

Discussion in 'Packer Fan Forum' started by adambr2, May 14, 2013.

  1. HardRightEdge

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    Yes, the successes are remembered, the others quickly forgotten.
     
  2. HyponGrey

    HyponGrey Caseus Locutus Est

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    The 8/27 75:

    QB 4
    Rodgers Harrell Young Coleman
    RB/FB 6(10)
    Harris Lacy Green Franklin Pease Kuhn
    TE/WR 16 (26)
    Nelson Cobb Jones Finley Boykin Walker Ross White Mulligan QuarlessWilliams Taylor Bostick Gillett Johnson Dorsey
    OL 12(38)
    Bakhtiari Barclay Newhouse Sitton Lang EDS GVR Taylor Sherrod Datko Tretter Bulaga
    DL 9(47)
    Pickett Raji Jones Wilson Daniels Neal Jolly Boyd Worthy
    LB 10(57)
    Matthews Perry Hawk Jones Francois Manning Barrington Moses Mulumba Palmer
    DB 14(71)
    Burnett Williams Shields Hayward Hyde House Jennings McMillian Bush Banjo Nixon Smith Fulton Richardson
    ST 4(75)
    Goode Masthay Tavecchio Crosby

    Could sneak in: Cunningham Hines Lewis
     
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  3. HyponGrey

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    Block on 3rd down, and play ST. Believe it or not, that's all he has to do. You'd think Taylor and Green would have made him irrelevant by now.

    Mulumba's knee swelled up in a meeting. Can't find any reports of causation.

    Neal stinks in space. No competition whatsoever.
     
  4. GoPGo

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    He's also our only lead blocker out of the I.
     
  5. HyponGrey

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    I call bull. Whenever any actual lead blocking needed to be done last year Kuhn was on the bench and Williams or Taylor was leading the way.
     
  6. HardRightEdge

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    And there's Mulligan.
     
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    On what planet? They all lead blocked and Kuhn has more experience with it.
     
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    Now that could be interesting.
     
  9. HyponGrey

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    This one. Kuhn has a lot more experience at sucking at lead blocking. Hell, the one play against the Rams where they motioned Finley into the backfield even HE was a better lead blocker better than Kuhn
     
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    Wilde has Neal as a D-Lineman, so 2012. He's an OLB. In three preseason games I don't believe he's taken a single snap with his hand in the dirt and won't so long as he's at 275 lbs.

    Whoever Neal was going against in practice that made him look "unblockable" with his hand out of the dirt may not have a job for very long.

    Wilde says "8 or 9" O-Linemen, then proceeds designate as "out" all but 8 of them. He must have meant 7 or 8.

    Coleman throws the ball better than Young. Young can run against a man-to-man defense, as in the Seattle game; nobody in their right mind should run anything but zone against him in the regular season...it would stifle the running and confuse him when passing . I'd rather lose with Coleman. Harrell had an OK week 2, a dreadful week 3, but in the end he is physically outmatched in the NFL, and it took 3 years to figure that out.

    Here's the thing...one can give MM a pass for having to work with substandard talent or one can give TT a pass for providing talent MM could not develop, but one cannot have both.
     

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