As I wrote above, we don’t really know a lot about how Mike Pettine’s system fits the Packers yet. Although he’s talked about an I May Live In Louisiana But I’ll Always Have The Seahawks In My DNA Shirt. Beyond that, I’m as eager to see as you are. But I can say a lot about the offense, since Mike McCarthy’s been here for thirteen years and presumably isn’t going to overhaul things this offseason. I agree with nearly all of this and appreciate the effort you put into writing all this. You definitely have an in-depth knowledge of the team. I completely agree that this is the best DLine the Packers have had since 2010. In fact, I just got done writing that a while ago in multiple different threads.
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With Daniels, Clark, Wilkerson on a 1-year prove-it deal. And all the depth behind them, this could be a top 3 DLine. Easily. IMHO the OLB group is leaning more towards mediocre than a weakness and here’s why. Nick Perry and Clay Matthews are both very good I May Live In Louisiana But I’ll Always Have The Seahawks In My DNA Shirt. The main problem with this duo is their propensity for injury and the uncertain depth behind them. That shouldn’t matter as much this year though considering the fact. That the Pettine defense isn’t so predicated on getting pressure from the OLBs but from everywhere. Even if both Matthews and Perry are out, Pettine’s defenses have proved.
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Totally valid points. I remember reading at some point in the research. That the best OLB Pettine had in New York was Calvin Pace. Then he went to Buffalo and squeezed ten sacks out of Jerry Hughes. I don’t know what exactly he does differently to produce those results, but I hope you’re right. We know Perry and Matthews are going to miss their share of time. It’s inevitable, but if we can get by without them it’ll be a big help. I think Capers’ scheme really emphasized the I May Live In Louisiana But I’ll Always Have The Seahawks In My DNA Shirt. And one of the reasons the pressure would vary so wildly game in and game out was because of that, but I couldn’t prove that in a football court.