Packers snap up Jeff Saturday to replace Wells
Free-agent center Jeff Saturday will continue to snap to a Super Bowl-winning MVP quarterback on Sundays during the 2012 NFL season.
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#1 Mar 23, 2012
Attaboy Ted! Didn't think you had it in you. Nice move. Now the Packers can bring a replacement center along (Sampson Genus?) along a little more slowly instead of throwing him to the wolves (or the Lions, or the Bears...)
#2 Mar 23, 2012
nice signing...now if he can just stay healthy
#3 Mar 23, 2012
To Packer Fans!!!
Since, Scott Wells has been with Green Bay would know the offense better and have kept the cohesion of the other offensive players.
If Scott Wells knows so, much about the Green Bay Offense why? Allow him to go to another team!!! Sure, we have a veteran center but lost to many good offensive lineman to free agency last year!!! With the loss of Daryn Colledge, and Jason Spitz. Seems like Green Bay likes to Groom like offensive players but let them go with no real benefit.
I do not know if Nick Collins will come back? To me taken a strong risk on reling on one player!!!
To me signing Jeff Saturday is only a stop gap for this year. To me Aaron Rodgers knows Scott Wells better.
Green Bay just seems to let veterans go such as Jenkins without really having a bonified replacement.
The bears, and lions are all going to be improved but seems like Green Bay just sits around. Soon or later the top will fall down.
Need a better running attack to open up the air game.
Definitely, Green Bay needs a running attack plus more defensive pressure in which currently, I only see yaking and not action!!!
No matter what this seems to be a trend in Green Bay and should be improved. Even if Green Bay gets a running back and how much you going to use then.
The old school was to use running game to offset the passing game. In other words to get the defense off balance.
Green Bay should figure a better plan about free agency. It needs to be more aggressive in free agency.
No excuses either and you can have a regular record but does not mean much when you go into post season and lose with your tail between your legs.
I do not care much about regular season but post season is another story if you get there?
You can get younger players but sooner or later become a veteran. Why? Let your own veteran sign with another team just to get another pick in the draft? Makes no sense to me!!!
#4 Mar 23, 2012
Robert- you seem like a 6th grader. Get back to us in 5 years. Thanks
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