2022 Green Bay Packers

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  1. Bucky

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    Yeah, a complete dud last year. The most notable thing about him is his last name but I don't think that will help him achieve his "upside."

    And I hope the Packers end up regretting drafting the small college receiver Watkins this year ahead of Alec Pierce.
     
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    As a Wisconsinite, the Packers have become increasingly disappointing. They have had good white linebackers that have never truly been given the chance to shine (Jake Ryan and Ty Summers), had great young white WRs they gave up on (Janis and others); they had Ripkowski who could have been a great fullback/power back they gave up on...

    About the only good thing I can say is their drafting and usage of Lowry and Lancaster.

    Ever since their Super Bowl win a decade ago they darkened up their roster and have disappointed continually. Just like during the Favre era, they seem to be wasting Rogers.
     
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    Lifelong Packers fan and darn near 60 and IMO it's over, when they were scheduled to go against SF last season a team that can rush 4 drop 7 I knew Rodgers had just ought to go ahead and make tee time reservations for the following weekend. They seem to be wasting Rodgers and I think some of it is on him, he sees that he is a dominating player against the vast majority of teams but that one team that can drop 7 on him he just won't adjust or his coaches have no plan much less try and get him to change it up.

    This year without Adams, my guess is Rodgers will wish he had lit out for greener pastures.
     
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    I'm starting to wonder if any of the "upside" WRs taken in the first two rounds don't have an injury, or in the case of Burks asthma and conditioning issues. Speaks volumes about the ever-declining talent pool thanks to ironclad Caste System rules.
     
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    Maybe a bit early to make bold predictions, but back in the early 90s I was grousing about the CS to a work buddy and he said give it time crap culture and crap diets would meet and blacks would fade athletically.
     
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    The DWFs will probably never see it, as they don't "see" something until the corporate media tells them to see it. But with everything in society declining rapidly, maybe their eyes will open soon enough.
     
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    The more pathetic IMO is not the narrative of black athletic supremacy but of white inferiority the CS peddles, and in turn that leads to what the Packer's fan base looks like if you watch the TV coverage early in the year when they pan thru the crowd, basically nothing but "heaving man boobs, heaving about."
     
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    Despite all the fluff pieces, claiming Sammy "was back", his hamstrings are shot. I'd be surprised if he even makes the team.
     
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