With the 23rd Pick in the 2010 Stampede Blue Community Mock Draft, the Green Bay Packers select...
There are 5 comments on the Stampede Blue story from Mar 28, 2010, titled With the 23rd Pick in the 2010 Stampede Blue Community Mock Draft, the Green Bay Packers select.... In it, Stampede Blue reports that:
Trent Williams, OT - Oklahoma Pick made by bracketismyboy : Come draft day, Packers fans will still be haunted by two images from last season: Aaron Rodgers being devoured by Jared Allen , and their over-hyped secondary being torched by Kurt Warner in Arizona.
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#1 Mar 29, 2010
This mock draft is a joke. Trent Williams will be long gone by the time pick #23 rolls around.
#2 Mar 29, 2010
After Al Harris went down, our secondary became very soft so we need a CB badly. If I were TT I would go CB then tackle followed by safety, OLB. Tramon Williams is a good player, but he's better in the nickel and Capers can scheme better. We should be able to find a good tackle and Clifton's replacement in round #2. With Tauscher and Lang we appear set at RT. We have three solid guards in Sitton, Spitz with College as backup. Of all the positions of need CB has got to be the 1st to fill. Even if Harris comes back we still need to address CB due to age.
#3 Mar 29, 2010
With out a pass rush, NO corners will be good in GB. C. Matthews needs help also. I think an OLB would be very wise. The O-line played very well the last 8 games, and that is something to build on, the pass rush and coverage was bad. I think CB then OLB, and then OT. Hitting the opposing QB is vital to advancing in the playoffs, teams usually have to face the best QB's in the league in the playoffs, and they'll carve you up unless you hit them, look how many shots BF took and still almost won the game. He was so rattled in the end, he threw a bad pick.
#4 Mar 30, 2010
I think we should go OLB 1st pick.We need that pass rush and hit the qb first and foremost.
You can have the greatest secondary,but, if the qb has a ton of time an NFL qb and WR would tear you apart.
DE ,Safety,corner, OT depending on talent and someone that fits the system thats available.
#5 Mar 30, 2010
Yeah, the more I think about it, OLB is prolly the most important to GB's improvement.
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