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liny195 Offline

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14.11.2019 08:38
A former undrafted free agent and a potential Antworten

falling defensive star rank just outside the top ten." />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhiteAcme Packing Companya Green Bay Packers communityLog In or Sign UpLog InSign UpFanpostsFanshotsSectionsPackersOddsAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections The APC PodcastPackers Film RoomFantasy Football AdviceCDTShareTweetShareSharePackers 90-man roster ranking J'Mon Moore Color Rush Jersey , 15-12: Forgotten players of 2018 could be in for a reboundJeff Hanisch-USA TODAY SportsAcme Packing Company’s 90-man roster breakdown rolls on with the next group of players, those ranked from 15th to 12th by our staff of writers.In this grouping, we see the Packers’ marquee free agent acquisition of 2018 plus a player who saw action in only five games last year but whose absence took a toll on the entire offense.15. Geronimo Allison, wide receiver In order for the Packers to make their offense go, quarterback Aaron Rodgers needs to trust his wide receivers. With the departure of Jordy Nelson in free agency, that left Green Bay with the remaining trio of Davante Adams, Randall Cobb and third-year man Allison. During Allison’s first two seasons, Rodgers went out of his way to praise “G-Mo” for his work ethic and what he brought to the offense.In 2018, with Cobb struggling, Allison only played in five games thanks to a groin injury that required surgery and landed him on injured reserve in November. The offense sputtered the rest of the way as Rodgers struggled to develop chemistry with then-rookies Equamineous St. Brown and Marquez Valdes-Scantling.If that doesn’t show the importance of the former undrafted free agent, we aren’t sure what does.14. Jimmy Graham, tight endWhen general manager Brian Gutekunst inked Graham as the first free agent sign of his tenure as GM, fans were excited that the Packers finally found the tight end that Rodgers could rely on as a reliable target and could stretch the field, even if Graham had become more of a red zone threat than a deep threat during his time in Seattle. Many though the Seahawks had just misused the All-Pro tight end.It turns out that former coach Mike McCarthy may have done the same. Graham put up decent-to-solid numbers (636 yards on 55 receptions) but he only scored two touchdowns. Was this a result of Rodgers being off or a result of McCarthy underutilizing tight ends in goal-to-go scenarios? The Packers are banking on the latter and Graham could see a bit of a renaissance in new coach Matt LaFleur’s offense.13. Mike Daniels, defensive lineman2018 ended in disappointing fashion for Daniels and despite some calls for him to be traded, he enters a contract year with a lot to prove and would anyone really bet against him at this point?Daniels is the heart and soul of the defense, but he also is the machine that made the Green Bay defensive line go. That mantle is now being challenged by emerging star Kenny Clark and perhaps even someone like Jaire Alexander could challenge Daniels for being the heart of the defense.Daniels can still be a very good player, but after missing six games last year due to a foot injury the clock is ticking to prove he can still be a disruptive force along the line. As we said earlier , anyone care to doubt him? 12. Aaron Jones, running backOne of the great mysteries of the 2018 Packers season will always be wondering what McCarthy was thinking in greatly underutilizing the talented Jones. Each Sunday Packers Twitter would sarcastically cheer that “hey Aaron Jones IS alive” whenever he would be in the backfield.When he did see action, Jones was borderline electric and really helped the offense at a time when the quarterback was out of sorts.With LaFleur now running the show, Jones could be in for a breakout season in 2019 given the new coach’s decision to marry the run with the pass. Jones might be slightly undersized for a feature back in the LaFleur/Shanahan/McVay offense (Jamaal Williams is closer to Devonta Freeman and Todd Gurley in Atlanta and Los Angele’ offenses, respectively) but he is a gifted athlete that someone like LaFleur will not he able to resist putting on the field often. GREEN BAY, Wis. — Packers coach Matt LaFleur remembers vividly how challenging it was facing Mike Zimmer’s defense.Zimmer’s defensive unit held LaFleur’s offense to a single touchdown when the two squared off nearly two years ago in Minnesota. Zimmer was 10 games into what would eventually be a 13-3 season with an appearance in the NFC championship game for him in his fourth season as Vikings head coach. LaFleur was enjoying his first and only season as offensive coordinator for the Rams, who would finish 11-5 and lose in the wild-card round.The two will square off again Sunday when LaFleur and the Packers welcome Zimmer’s Vikings to Lambeau Field.More Packers coverage from FOX Sports WisconsinBucks’ Wes Matthews loves Wisconsin, is a Vikings fanPreview: Packers look to slow Vikings’ revitalized run gameTop Tweets: Yelich thanks fans for support after season-ending injuryAmos sparks rebuilt Packers defense in debutPackers to be tested again by familiar foe in Zimmer, Vikings“It certainly is going to be a good task for our offense and a good measuring stick to see where we’re at, see how much we can improve from last week,” LaFleur said Monday.LaFleur’s offense managed just one touchdown in a 10-3 win last week against Chicago, which boasts one of the top defenses in the league. The 10 points tied for the fewest Green Bay has scored against the Bears since Rodgers became the starting quarterback in 2008. LaFleur said he anticipates another tough chess match when he sees Zimmer on the opposite sideline on Sunday.“He stresses you,” LaFleur said. “He presents a lot of similar looks, and they do a lot of different things off of those looks. Then you combine that with the talent they have, and again on all three levels of that defense, they’ve got Pro Bowlers everywhere.”LaFleur, play-caller and head coach Sean McVay, quarterback Jared Goff and the Rams’ offense opened the game on Nov. 18 Davante Adams Jersey , 2017, in Minnesota with a nine-play, 70-yard drive. The drive was capped by a 6-yard rushing touchdown by Todd Gurley. Los Angeles never scored again.LaFleur and the Rams ended with 179 yards on their final nine drives and lost 24-7.The Vikings hired Zimmer in January 2014 after allowing the second-most yards and the most points in the NFL during the 2013 season. Zimmer had spent the previous five seasons as the Bengals defensive coordinator. Zimmer directed Cincinnati to a top-10 finish in yards and points allowed in four of his five seasons.Minnesota’s defense, led by linebacker Anthony Barr, started the season by getting four sacks and forcing three turnovers in a 28-12 win over the Falcons.A challenge LaFleur will face on Sunday that he didn’t have to worry about against Zimmer’s Vikings two seasons ago was Dalvin Cook.7<button class="view-gallery">View Gallery</button> Gallery:Upon Further Review: Packers at BearsAP | Copyright The Associated Press. All rights reserved.The third-year running back missed 12 games as a rookie in 2017 with a torn ACL and five more games last season with a hamstring issue. But Cook was ready for the opener Sunday, carrying the ball 21 times for 111 yards and two touchdowns.Cook, who earned his third 100-yard outing in his 16th game, gives a new dimension to the Vikings’ offense, an offense that is all too familiar to LaFleur.“When you’re watching the tape and you’re watching Minnesota’s offense, you can see a lot of similar concepts,” he said. “… There’s a lot of similarities between what they do and some of the stuff that we do.”What the Vikings did well against the Falcons and also two years ago was run the ball. Latavius Murray led Minnesota with 95 yards and two scores on the ground against LaFleur and the Rams in 2017.LaFleur has emphasized since Day 1 of his tenure in Green Bay is the importance of establishing the run. The 47 rushing yards the Packers’ offense had last week won’t be enough against the Vikings and LaFleur knows it.“As an offense, everybody needs to be better,” he said. “And again, it starts with the coaches, myself and the offensive coaches.”

Charles B. Grace Offline

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26.11.2019 08:08
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