Wells' brains, brawn help Packers protect Rodgers
If offensive linemen only get noticed when they make mistakes, Green Bay Packers center Scott Wells' relative anonymity can be seen as a sign of excellence.Full Story
#1 Nov 4, 2011
I'm happy to see Scott Wells getting the credit I think he deserves. I remember the year he was dropped from the starting lineup and feeling disappointed with that move. The only criticism I heard at that time was that "his arms were too short" to be an effective starter. His arms seemed to grow longer in a hurry! Or maybe it's just that the coaches realized that sometimes brains are as important as brawn!
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