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Green Bay Packers News Talk / Packers have hardest 2018 schedule
« Last post by marklawrence on February 12, 2018, 10:49:29 AM »
Rank        Team                Opponents'      Opponents'
                                2017 record     2017 win %
1       Green Bay Packers       138-118         .539
T-2     Detroit Lions           137-119         .535
T-2     New Orleans Saints      137-119         .535
4       Tampa Bay Buccaneers    136-120         .531
T-5     Cleveland Browns        134-122         .523
T-5     Los Angeles Rams        134-122         .523   
T-5     Seattle Seahawks        134-122         .523   
T-8     Arizona Cardinals       133-123         .520   
T-8     Chicago Bears           133-123         .520   
T-8     Minnesota Vikings       133-123         .520   
T-8     New York Giants         133-123         .520   
12      Carolina Panthers       131-125         .512   
13      Atlanta Falcons         130-126         .509   
14      Washington Redskins     129-127         .504   
T-15    San Francisco 49ers     128-128         .500   
T-15    Dallas Cowboys          128-128         .500   
T-15    Miami Dolphins          128-128         .500   
18      Buffalo Bills           127-129         .496   
T-19    Philadelphia Eagles     126-130         .492   
T-19    Kansas City Chiefs      126-130         .492   
21      Baltimore Ravens        125-131         .488   
T-22    New England Patriots    124-132         .484   
T-22    Indianapolis Colts      124-132         .484   
24      Los Angeles Chargers    123-133         .480   
T-25    New York Jets           122-134         .477   
T-25    Pittsburgh Steelers     122-134         .477   
T-25    Jacksonville Jaguars    122-134         .477   
T-25    Denver Broncos          122-134         .477   
T-29    Oakland Raiders         121-135         .473   
T-29    Cincinnati Bengals      121-135         .473   
31      Tennessee Titans        119-137         .465   
32      Houston Texans          116-140         .453

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Green Bay Packers News Talk / Re: Rodgers Miffed QB Coach Was Let Go?
« Last post by SB XLIX on February 12, 2018, 07:00:21 AM »
Since there were articles posted last offseason about AR talking up Van Pelt as OC for other teams, he must think Van Pelt was qualified to be GB's OC, and should have been considered.
I don't think Rodgers was "miffed", I just think he's letting Van Pelt know that he wasn't part of the movement to bring in someone else.
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Green Bay Packers News Talk / Re: Rodgers Miffed QB Coach Was Let Go?
« Last post by phanatic1 on February 11, 2018, 05:01:36 PM »
I guess what puzzles me is that ARod knew that Van Pelt's contract had run out and he made it pretty clear after last season that he had hopes of getting an OC job after this season and was looking to pursue some other opportunities.  His leaving should not have been a surprise. I find it hard to believe that with all of the time they have spent together, the subject never came up. 

I have been critical of MM and many of his decisions, but it seems like he didn't owe a call to Arod telling him that Van Pelt was leaving.  It sounds like everyone pretty much knew it anyway. 
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Draft Talk / Re: Draft Links - Updated April 28, 2017
« Last post by LMG on February 11, 2018, 10:04:55 AM »
sorry draft links...


The old previous PackerChatters full website including our Draft links page is no longer since the change over. Our Forums here continue as PackerChatters.com.


If you, or anyone, would like to put up some Draft links feel free.
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Green Bay Packers News Talk / Re: Rodgers Miffed QB Coach Was Let Go?
« Last post by SKOLmeansNEXTyear on February 11, 2018, 09:17:57 AM »
I think having a defense that can compete with the offense will go a long ways to helping AR forget about this "controversy".
I'm sure AR is just annoyed with having to break in and train another QB coach.  At this moment it might be hard to see the upside of this change.

Evidence is starting to accumulate that Aaron is unhappy with the team that he helped build - picking in the high 20s every year has not been kind to our roster. It turns out that it would be good to pick in the low teens perhaps one year in three. Meanwhile, we haven't picked a blue chip player since Clay, and we need about two more. We won't be getting two more this year.

What do you mean by blue chip? Clay was picked 26 or so right? We could get another good-great player, no one knows for sure how anyone turns out.
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Draft Talk / Re: Draft Links - Updated April 28, 2017
« Last post by packlaw on February 11, 2018, 08:18:41 AM »
sorry draft links...
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Draft Talk / Re: Draft Links - Updated April 28, 2017
« Last post by packlaw on February 11, 2018, 08:17:51 AM »
For some reason, I cannot get draft lists sites...please advise
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Green Bay Packers News Talk / Re: Top 3 QBs in Packer History
« Last post by LMG on February 10, 2018, 09:01:17 PM »
Four way tie Jerry Tagge, Scotty Hunter, Rich Campbell and Scott Tolzein.


And how do you backup those choices for Top 3 QBs in Packer History?

Campbell and Tagge were the highest drafted QBs in Packer history (1960+) at picks 6 and 11.
I meant to say Don Horn, a 1st round pick, and not Scottie Hunter, forgive me if my memory of their careers is a bit blurry.

As far as Tolzien goes, well it was so quiet in here, I just wanted to see if I could hear my echo!!

Please forgive me, but the true top three is  Campbell, Tagge & Rodgers with Horn on the outside looking in.


Didn't know the question was about the highest drafted QB's....thought this was about the top 3 QB's in Packer history by performance.


 
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Green Bay Packers News Talk / Re: Top 3 QBs in Packer History
« Last post by SB XLIX on February 10, 2018, 08:33:12 PM »
Four way tie Jerry Tagge, Scotty Hunter, Rich Campbell and Scott Tolzein.


And how do you backup those choices for Top 3 QBs in Packer History?

Campbell and Tagge were the highest drafted QBs in Packer history (1960+) at picks 6 and 11.
I meant to say Don Horn, a 1st round pick, and not Scottie Hunter, forgive me if my memory of their careers is a bit blurry.

As far as Tolzien goes, well it was so quiet in here, I just wanted to see if I could hear my echo!!

Please forgive me, but the true top three is  Campbell, Tagge & Rodgers with Horn on the outside looking in.


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NFL Talk / Re: Josh McDaniels has elected to remain with the Patriots
« Last post by OneTwoSixFive on February 10, 2018, 01:08:12 AM »
McDaniel better have some assurance he's the next NE HC.  What team is going to start negotiations with him after this last about face fiasco with Indy.  He must love New England, the last coach I'd want to follow is BB.  That's a tall order and how much longer do you have Brady?

I'm wondering if BB is going to leave the Pats before the start of the 2019 season, due partly to the length of time he has been head coach, but more due to being double-teamed by the owner and Brady to keep him (Brady will be 41 before next season starts) over Garoppolo. I'm thinking he will go one more year with Brady who, at his age, could fall off a cliff any moment in his performance, then Belicheck leaves the Pats (probably with McDaniel as new HC) to deal with not having a credible replacement.
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