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Old 05-07-2007, 11:22 AM    (permalink
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Brewster was acquired in a trade last preseason, so he wasn't a Sherman pick.
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TT's 2005 draft has contains more packers still on the roster than all of sherman's drafts combined right now.
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TT's 2005 draft has contains more packers still on the roster than all of sherman's drafts combined right now.
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I really admire this kid's honesty but words are just that....only words.

Fact is he has some real talent and, had he worked hard through his college career, probably would have been at least a 2nd rounder. If our staff can get him motivated and putting in the effort in the weightroom, film room and practices I wouldn't put it past him to be a big time backup RB or possibly even a starter in the future....

who knows, maybe he becomes our MIchael Turner and we trade him in a couple years for 1st rounder :)
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I really admire this kid's honesty but words are just that....only words.

Fact is he has some real talent and, had he worked hard through his college career, probably would have been at least a 2nd rounder. If our staff can get him motivated and putting in the effort in the weightroom, film room and practices I wouldn't put it past him to be a big time backup RB or possibly even a starter in the future....

who knows, maybe he becomes our MIchael Turner and we trade him in a couple years for 1st rounder :)
i would hope he turns out like marques colston.
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It was interesting on ESPN today when they were talking about the Philadelphia Eagles QB position. McNabb, they said, is probably safe for this upcoming season and in 2008, but in 2009 it's an option year for McNabb and the Eagles may be looking to go in the direction of 2nd round pick Kevin Kolb. This got me to thinking, could Donavan McNabb possibly be a Packer one day??? Favre has no more than two years left and if he does retire after this season and Rodgers steps in and does a subpar job, the Packers will likely look to address the most important position on the field. I'm just throwing this idea out there and I would certainly not be against this one day happening. What do you guys think???
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I really admire this kid's honesty but words are just that....only words.

Fact is he has some real talent and, had he worked hard through his college career, probably would have been at least a 2nd rounder. If our staff can get him motivated and putting in the effort in the weightroom, film room and practices I wouldn't put it past him to be a big time backup RB or possibly even a starter in the future....

who knows, maybe he becomes our MIchael Turner and we trade him in a couple years for 1st rounder :)

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It was interesting on ESPN today when they were talking about the Philadelphia Eagles QB position. McNabb, they said, is probably safe for this upcoming season and in 2008, but in 2009 it's an option year for McNabb and the Eagles may be looking to go in the direction of 2nd round pick Kevin Kolb. This got me to thinking, could Donavan McNabb possibly be a Packer one day??? Favre has no more than two years left and if he does retire after this season and Rodgers steps in and does a subpar job, the Packers will likely look to address the most important position on the field. I'm just throwing this idea out there and I would certainly not be against this one day happening. What do you guys think???
If Rodgers doesn't pan out i'd be all for having McNabb as our QB. When healthy he's the 3rd best QB in the league behind Brady and Manning but like I said that's when he's healthy. He's been having injury troubles the past couple years that i'm sure would scare away some teams.
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This got me to thinking, could Donavan McNabb possibly be a Packer one day??? I'm just throwing this idea out there and I would certainly not be against this one day happening. What do you guys think???
McNabb in two years would still have a lot of good things about him. He's running a WCO now, and it could be a good fit. He'd still have plenty of arm and likely be pretty mobile.

That being said, if Aaron Rodgers shows what made him a first rounder, McNabb won't be necessary. Rodgers was a great college QB, and I think he has the perfect type of game for what HC MM wants to do, even beyond Favre for the system as he is a higher percentage, lower turnover type of player. What he doesn't, and what very few players do have, is Favre's ability to turn nothing into something and his ability to conceivably hit a TD on any pass play.
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It was interesting on ESPN today when they were talking about the Philadelphia Eagles QB position. McNabb, they said, is probably safe for this upcoming season and in 2008, but in 2009 it's an option year for McNabb and the Eagles may be looking to go in the direction of 2nd round pick Kevin Kolb. This got me to thinking, could Donavan McNabb possibly be a Packer one day??? Favre has no more than two years left and if he does retire after this season and Rodgers steps in and does a subpar job, the Packers will likely look to address the most important position on the field. I'm just throwing this idea out there and I would certainly not be against this one day happening. What do you guys think???
Nope, I don't think there is any chance. First and foremost it's Aaron's job. With being in the league already for 3 years (assuming Favre is gone after this one) he should be ready right away. However if he's not he still gets 2 seasons as a starter to prove himself. Should for whatever reason Rodgers fails it's back to the draft.
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Why would we need McNabb? If Rodgers happens to be a disappointment, we've alway got Ingle to fall back on.
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Why would we need McNabb? If Rodgers happens to be a disappointment, we've alway got Ingle to fall back on.
I just threw that idea out there and IMO Ingle Martin will never start a game in Green Bay b/c he's the best QB on the roster. If that's the case that Martin is in fact the best QB on the roster then adding someone like McNabb would be leaps and bounds better than Martin.
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I just threw that idea out there and IMO Ingle Martin will never start a game in Green Bay b/c he's the best QB on the roster. If that's the case that Martin is in fact the best QB on the roster then adding someone like McNabb would be leaps and bounds better than Martin.
Does this not make sense to anyone else?
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Martin will never start a game in Green Bay b/c he's the best option we have; it would be due to an injury or something similar to that
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I'm sure what your trying to say is probably right but you say that he's the best option that we have, what do you mean by option? because the best options we have are Favre and Rodgers.
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I'm sure what your trying to say is probably right but you say that he's the best option that we have, what do you mean by option? because the best options we have are Favre and Rodgers.
It was originally based off of jackalope's statement of "If Rodgers happens to be a disappointment we always have Martin to all back on."
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It was originally based off of jackalope's statement of "If Rodgers happens to be a disappointment we always have Martin to all back on."
Who knows...Martin may develop into a decent quarterback at some point. Still, I agree with you that he'll likely never start a game for Green Bay. Even if Rodgers is a bust and Favre retires, Martin will likely already be gone or he won't be good enough to slot into the starting position.
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Rodgers all the way, he will a good productive qb.
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I hope Aaron has success as well, but I'm just going through possible scenarios
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So what do we consider as a need position wise in next years draft? I think most of it depends on how guys devolp. S could be one but if Underwood can step up thats covered. CB of the future, but if Blackmon can step up I don't think that would be an issue. OT of the future maybe, TE definatly, A million different thing could happen with the WR situation. So really only one definate and a couple maybes. Sounds like a pretty solid team for years to come.
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Sherman's hitting percentage on draft picks is like Ben Sheets at the plate
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