xTitan wrote:Sitton hurt his hip yesterday and is questionable, this could be an issue.
Scoops wrote:MickeyDavis wrote:If we go 2-1 or 3-0 we win the division. Certainly the #2 seed is also a goal and hell #1 isn't out of reach.
If the Seattle game costs us a bye I will be a taaaaaaaaad upset.
Godgers wrote:Its been a rough up and down season crippled by bad refs and injurys. I just want this team to get into the playoffs get as healthy as they can and let the chips fall where they may. Feel like this team has nothing to lose this season and everything to gain.
Regular season means nothing to us anymore. We will be in the playoffs every year if Rodgers is healthy. Regular season is now our preseason to get ready for the playoffs.
Bears with Cutler will never hang with us. Everytime we play them we put them in there place. Makes our regular season less boring, to clinch the division by beating them down again. Just like beating them in the NFC championship 2 years ago made our super bowl run that much better.
Sources familiar with the Packers' thinking say the club not only wants to get rid of Finley but has decided to do exactly that in the off-season.
It means that if the Packers cannot find a trade partner, they are prepared to release Finley because of financial, competitive and behavioral reasons.
There is no way the Packers will pick up the second half of the two-year, $14 million contract they gave Finley in late February, according to sources.
Next year, the Packers will return four veteran tight ends along with Brandon Bostick, a rookie free agent on the practice squad with exciting potential as a downfield receiver.
Flames24Rulz wrote:Wonder if that's going to change anything regarding Jennings if we're not bringing Finley back next year. I certainly hope we bring back #85 now.
BUCKnation wrote:Id definitely target a TE early in the draft now. None of our guys have shown too much except Quarless, but who knows how good he'll be after the injury.
RiotPunch wrote:BUCKnation wrote:Id definitely target a TE early in the draft now. None of our guys have shown too much except Quarless, but who knows how good he'll be after the injury.
Hate having to fill another hole with a pick, but I agree. Not too enamored by the idea of spending a 1st on a TE, but I could get behind a guy like Ertz in the 2nd round for sure.
RiotPunch wrote:Check out Ryan Otten out of San Jose State. I'd be all over him in the 3rd/4th.
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