Go. Do it.
Go. Do it.
I say Tavarres King. haha
Aaron Nagler @Aaron_Nagler 2m
Sounds like the Packers are poaching Tavarres King from the Broncos practice squad, per @bylindsayhjones
Johnathan Franklin - The Mayor
Regular Season StatsCar: 16 // Yds: 104 // YPA: 6,5 // Rec: 3 // YPC: 23 // TDs: 1 // Fumbles: 2
I say Mulumba because the D-Line is ballin' allowing those linebackers to get cleaner looks...proof in Hawks 3 sack day. It's been said repeatedly over the years but it the D-line is stout, the linebackers will get the glory.
Why not Hawk, it 2010 relived!
19 Tackles 3 Sacks 3 TFL 2 FF
Hawk is a good one especially if he plays like he did yesterday.
I am going to go with Lacy. With all these injuries i think we will run it a bit more. He will be vital to our offense.
On defense i am going to say Hayward just off a gut feeling.
My Adopted Packer- Mason Crosby
23 FGM/ 27 FGA/ 85.2 PCT/ 57 LNG/ 96 Points
i agree with TheBigCheese as far as Lacy. i think he will continue to get better as the weather turns sour.
I'm going with arguably one of the most criticized player on the packers.
I believe Jermicael Finley will receive more targets with the absence of Cobb and Jones, resulting in increased production. I'm hoping McCarthy tries to get Finley in some favorable match-ups... especially in the redzone. I've noticed the Packers haven't been using Finley's size out on the edge. Throw a fade or two, and let him go get it!
Casey Hayward. This defense would be a top three defense if Casey Hayward had been playing so far. So I'm going with Casey Hayward because he's going to be huge when he comes back. The pass rush will suffer without Clay and now Perry, but Hayward will help alleviate that lack of a pass rush by being better in coverage.
Im personally going to go with a guy that is also going to get a lot more opportunities in big situations and that is Eddie Lacy. I dont think he is going to run off 1500 yds or anything but Im really looking for the Packers to get him some more touches around the goal line and start feeding the big fella a few TDs that will make him really stand out.
DA TONE SETTER JONESTACKLES: 6 SACKS: 3
I'm going with Lacy like others have already said...I'm just tardy to the party.
I love the way he's running right now, timing his "burst" through the holes and reading his blocks very well. I'd love to see us start to feature him on 3rd and short plays along with getting him involved in the screen game.
If was very evident on Jordy's touchdown last game that the running game is actually starting to open up the play action for us in a way that we haven't seen in 3+ seasons and that could really be to our benefit for the next 2-4 games while we work past these injuries.
With injuries in mind I'd really like to say and believe that Finley will be the one that breaks out in the 2nd half but I think Lacy will be the more consistent performer.
I'm going to go with Mike Neal / Datone Jones. I think these guys will step up and provide that pass rush for us. (Sorry I just wanted to say a few names different then what has already been stated.)