a lot of people could have beat carolina for sure.. wait turns out not really even the pats had a hard time id be carefull doubting the panthers. packers are good but philly has to step it up finnaly.. and with terrel is it their time? who knows but i bet there in the nfc championship game again
I think the packers are looking at their team past Favre. When he leaves, that will free 10 million dollars of cap, and right now their LB's are all under 25 years old, so they will hav those guys for a long time. Then they hav a great secondary now with the acuisition of Mark Roman and they already hav Sharper, McKenzie and Harris. I think their main goal will be to get a D-Lineman in the draft, and i bet they could get the 3rd best one cus everyone is looking at the top 4 recievers(M. Will, Reg Will, Roy Will, Fitzgerald) the top 3 QB's (Manning, Roethlisberger, and Rivers) Gallery alone on the O-line and a few people in the secondary by the name of Gamble, Taylor and Hall. If the packers just wanted to get the best player they could in the draft, this is the year to get a great player at #25.
Hall would be gone by their pick unless they trade up and I think, pardon the pun, Gamble's too much of one to take until late first. They'll have a chance to pick Gamble. God, I hope my team, the Steelers, don't pick him.
Maybe....it depends on if Rivers works out for them.
Somebody want to tell me what the hell Dallas was thinking by not taking Stephen Jackson when they had the chance? I understand that the Bills are going to suck next year, thus giving Dallas 2 picks in the first round, and possibly one in the top 5, but why pass up the only player you need to fill a gap? They got a mediocre running back at best, and one who did his best work against weak defenses. But I guess this is just Jerry Jones planning for the future.