My first mock

 

29: R1P29
CB CORDREA TANKERSLEY
CLEMSON
 
61: R2P29 
CB JOURDAN LEWIS
MICHIGAN
 
93: R3P29
CB HOWARD WILSON
HOUSTON
 
133: R4P28
CB DAMONTAE KAZEE
SAN DIEGO STATE
 
173: R5P28 
CB AHKELLO WITHERSPOON
COLORADO
 
181: R5P36
CB JALEN MYRICK
MINNESOTA
 
213: R6P28
CB JEREMY CUTRER
MIDDLE TENNESSEE
 
250: R7P29
CB SOJOURN SHELTON
WISCONSIN
FLPACKER posted:

My first mock

 

29: R1P29
CB CORDREA TANKERSLEY
CLEMSON
 
61: R2P29 
CB JOURDAN LEWIS
MICHIGAN
 
93: R3P29
CB HOWARD WILSON
HOUSTON
 
133: R4P28
CB DAMONTAE KAZEE
SAN DIEGO STATE
 
173: R5P28 
CB AHKELLO WITHERSPOON
COLORADO
 
181: R5P36
CB JALEN MYRICK
MINNESOTA
 
213: R6P28
CB JEREMY CUTRER
MIDDLE TENNESSEE
 
250: R7P29
CB SOJOURN SHELTON
WISCONSIN

I'd take that.

MichiganPacker2 posted:
Va. Packer posted:

Sam Shields is getting the "backup QB" treatment. He never made a Pro Bowl. His best season was arguably his rookie year when Woodson and T. Williams were starting. He averaged about 3 picks a year and was a challenge flag away from being on a Dez Bryant poster for all eternity. Is he better than the flotsam the Packers are trotting out there now? Sure. But that speaks for itself. And he can't play both CB spots at once.

He surely isn't the difference between HFA throughout the playoffs and 4th seed.

Did you actually watch him play? 3-4 times a year he'd chase down a guy from way behind. The guy could run. He might not have been Darrell Revis, but he was a good corner. 

He could run indeed. He was a starting caliber NFL corner. He was paid like one. He wasn't a great player and he wasn't the difference in the Packers record and home field. I watched Julio Jones light up the Packers secondary for 259 yards in 2014 when Shields was there.

Lack of talent and constant mental errors, not injuries, is what ails the Packers CB's.

Maxi54 posted:

Brice, Hyde, and Taylor out for the game. The injuries never end with this team. That's what makes losing in 2014 to the Seahawks even worse because we were the healthiest we've been in a long time that year. 

Yep, that was an epic meltdown. Those red zone FG's were as much responsible.

CAPackFan95 posted:
artis posted:
ShebPackFan posted:

Onside kick?

Too early

Good thing they didn't go with the onsides kick!  Why, Atlanta might have scored!

Every bounce has gone Atlanta's way. You expect to recover 4 onside kicks in a row? Kicking away was the right call.

MichiganPacker2 posted:

0 sacks

0 interceptions (despite 2 gimmes)

1 fumble in the redone. 

If Ripkowski doesn't fumble, Crosby doesn't miss a FG and other pick happens, it's at worst 24-13 right now. That's the NFL - if guys don't make plays when given the opportunity (and I'm not even counting Ryan's non-fumble recovery) close games turn into routs. 

Given the momentum factor (such as teams playing loose with a big lead), I actually think it may have been a winnable game had the FG been made and Rip not fumbling.

Reminds me of Bellicheck.  Always says the same thing.

We made more plays than they did.

Has Atlanta ever made more plays.  And the Packers did not make so many plays that were right in their pocket.

2009 Warner has more touchdowns than incompletions. 

2011 statistically the worst defense in NFL history. 

2012 and 2013 destroyed by Colin Kaepernick. 

2014 one of the biggest chokes in NFL history.

2015 80 yards for a TD in about a minute of overtime.

2016 almost 300 yards of offense in one half.  37 points and counting. 

We should not be surprised. At all. Just another in the long line of epic McCarthy and Capers fails. Capers will be back again next year and we will be talking about the same stuff after yet another playoff collapse.

Pistol GB posted:
Maxi54 posted:

Brice, Hyde, and Taylor out for the game. The injuries never end with this team. 

This game was more than injuries. It ended with Crosby's kick last week.

Sooner or later that **** catches up

Not arguing with that. I'm simply saying that the injuries never seem to end with this team. Not using it as the ultimate excuse for anything.

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