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BeitragVerfasst am: 15.02.2019, 07:54    Titel: Youth Muhammad Wilkerson Jersey Antworten mit Zitat
Packers Training Camp Preview: Draft & Free agent additions revamp CB room Continuing our series looking at the Green Bay Packers 90-man roster heading into training camp Youth Muhammad Wilkerson Jersey , we examine the cornerbacks and reveal our pre-camp predictions for the teams 2018 53-man roster.Sometimes you get the feeling that history really does repeat itself. A year after selecting a safety highly in the NFL Draft, the Packers went back-to-back at cornerback in rounds one and two. No, this isnt the 2015 Draft, when Ted Thompson picked Damarious Randall and Quinten Rollins after selecting Ha Ha Clinton-Dix in round one the year before. Instead, Brian Gutekunst took Jaire Alexander and Josh Jackson in the 2018 NFL Draft following Josh Jones selection in round two a year ago.Those two players should inject some athleticism, ball skills, and tenacity into a unit that needs all of those qualities. However, new general manager Brian Gutekunst dipped his toe into the free agency waters as well, bringing back a veteran and former Packer to help lead the unit.Heres a look at the ten cornerbacks on the Packers 90-man roster as camp is set to open.Tramon WilliamsYears of NFL experience: 11Contract Status: First year of two-year, 2017 Stats (Arizona Cardinals): 13 games played, 9 starts; 41 total tackles, 39 solo; 2 interceptions, 12 passes defended, one fumble recoveryWilliams returned to Green Bay after two years in Cleveland and one in Arizona; entering the year with the Cardinals he was an afterthought, but stepped into the starting lineup near midseason and put some excellent performances on tape. Williams instincts and ability to anticipate throws are still exceptional, and his veteran leadership will be a key component of his presence in Green Bay. Look for him to lock down a starting spot on the boundary to start the year while he helps to mentor this young group of players.Davon HouseYears of NFL experience: 7Contract Status: 2017 Stats: 12 games played, 12 starts; 44 total tackles (37 solo); 1.0 sack; 1 interception, 6 passes defendedLike Williams, House departed Green Bay after the 2014 season, instead heading to Jacksonville. However, he returned a year sooner, joining the Packers on a one-year deal last season before re-signing this spring. House had a rough year in a Packers uniform, playing hurt for much of the season and struggling to stay with receivers. Look for him to play a depth role rather than being counted on as a starter.Demetri GoodsonYears of NFL experience: 3Contract Status: 2017 Stats: None (spent most of 2017 on PUP and Injured Reserve)After returning to the 53-man roster from the PUP list after midseason, Goodson didnt play a single game because he messed up a hamstring in one of his first practices back from his ACL rehab. Packers coaches have often praised Goodson in the past, but his inability to stay on the field over the past two years is something he must overcome to have a shot at the team.Quinten RollinsYears of NFL experience: 3Contract Status: 2017 Stats: 6 games played, 1 start; 17 total tackles, 8 solo; 2 passes defended, 2 fumble recoveriesAnother player who ended the year on IR , Rollins started out last years training camp as a starter on the outside rather than in the slot, where most expected him to play. The former point guard is entering just his fifth season of competitive football after playing one year at Miami University, but hell need to really impress this summer to keep his job.Josh HawkinsYears of NFL experience: 2Contract Status: 2017 Stats: 15 games played, 3 starts; 37 total tackles, 27 solo; 6 passes defended, 1 forced fumbleHawkins best skill is easy to define: speed. Hes a burner, but he has found himself out of position too many times to be counted on as a lock to make the roster. In two years and 26 games with the Packers, he has just seven pass breakups and no interceptions; hes very much a bubble player coming into 2018.Donatello BrownYears of NFL experience: 1Contract Status: 2017 Stats: 4 games played, no statsBrown is another fast corner with good size at 6-foot. However, hes an older player, having already turned 27 years old this offseason. He gained some valuable experience on the roster late last season after spending most of 2017 on the practice squad, but he could be destined to go back to the PS once again in 2018.Kevin KingYears of NFL experience: 1Contract Status: 2017 Stats: 9 games played, 5 starts; 27 total tackles, 21 solo; 5 passes defendedThe Packers traded down out of round one in 2017, picking up King with the first pick of the second round. Despite showing excellent promise against some of the leagues best wide receivers (such as Julio Jones and A.J. Green), a nagging shoulder injury kept him from being fully effective and he landed on IR after nine games. After having his shoulder cleaned up, King should be ready to unleash his absurd athleticism (99th percentile by SPARQ) on the NFL.Lenzy PipkinsYears of NFL experience: 1Contract Status: 2017 Stats: 12 games played, 1 start; 14 total tackles, 11 solo; 1 pass defendedBig and physical those are the two words that best describe Pipkins game. He made the roster out of training camp as an undrafted rookie last year and played significant snaps in the final few games of the year. Having an offseason in the Packers strength and conditioning program should give him a good shot at the team again.Herb WatersYears of NFL experience: 1Contract Status: 2017 Stats: No stats (spent 2017 on Injured Reserve)A converted college wideout, Waters was impressing cornerbacks coach Joe Whitt in spring practices last year. Unfortunately, an injury suffered early in training camp landed him on injured reserve. Now healthy, Waters will be fighting for a special teams and backup spot or perhaps another year on the practice squad but he should be viewed as a dark horse to make a run at the roster.Jaire AlexanderYears of NFL experience: RookieContract Status: 2017 Stats (Louisville Cardinals): 6 games played; 19 total tackles, 13 solo, 1.0 TFL; 1 interception, 4 passes defendedFinally we come to the rookies, starting with the 5-foot-10-1/4 Alexander. Sure, hes a bit shorter than the Packers traditional cutoff for corners, but he has exceptional speed and quickness to go with excellent ball skills. His 2017 was marred a bit by injury Green Bay Packers T-Shirt , but he still played exceptionally well he just didnt have as many opportunities to make plays on the football as he did as a sophomore. Alexander should compete for a spot early on, either on the boundary or in the slot where he can put those excellent agility skills (6.71 cone, 3.98 shuttle) to use.Josh JacksonYears of NFL experience: RookieContract Status: 2017 Stats (Iowa Hawkeyes): 13 games played; 48 total tackles, 34 solo, 0.5 TFL; 8 interceptions (two returned for touchdowns), 18 passes defended; 1 forced fumble; 5 punt returns, 36 yards (7.2 average)Often mocked to the Packers with the 14th overall pick, Jackson fell to 45 where he was a terrific value pick for Gutekunst. His one year as a starter and his experience in a zone-heavy scheme at Iowa may give fans pause, but he was a first-team All-American and the numbers above speak for themselves. Hes also a very good all-around athlete with good size (just over 6-feet). Dont be surprised if he also ends up starting games this season, and together with Alexander and King, he makes up the third part of a young trio that should be manning the back end for several years.Football Outsiders: Teams Who Have Consistently Run For 3, 4, 5 Yard Gains Have Had A Pro Bowl Center This year I had the chance to ask Football Outsiders a few questions on behalf of Hogs Haven. Football Outsiders provides in depth stats that you cant find anywhere else. There signature metric is DVOA which not only takes into account statistics but it measures efficiency and accounts for circumstance. They dont just aim to through out numbers though their goal is to provide objective writing and analysis backed by their research to improve and change that way football is written about. Their work has been featured in Sports Illustrated, ESPN, SB Nation, CBS Sports, and Bleacher Report. Here is todays question and answer:Hogs Haven: Related to the last question the weakness along the Redskins offensive line is in the LG and C positions what are the positional value of these positions and how does being weaker there really affect a competent running duo/qb?Football Outsiders: Thats a very tricky question to answer, and it will vary from one team to another based on play design and blocking schemes. We use a stat called adjusted line yards ( to measure each teams run blocking. In a nutshell, it puts a cap on long runs and adds a penalty to stuffs in the backfield, so it measures a teams ability to consistently pick up 3, 4, 5 yards on the ground. When I looked at the top all-time teams in that stat, most of them had Pro Bowl centers, but Pro Bowlers at either guard or tackle position were way more erratic. This might mean that great centers are the key to a punishing ground attack. Or it might be a coincidence. Regardless, once you get past a certain baseline of performance, an offensive lines ability to smoothly function in cohesion is usually more important than any specific players talent level. Its better to have five average starters who are all on the same page than to have a bunch of superior individuals who cant get out of each others way.Thanks to Vincent Verhei who you can follow on twitter @FO_VVerhei All is not lost just because Roullier isnt a Pro Bowler but it does challenge the idea that somehow Center in particular is an offensive line position that can be skimped on if one is looking to build a good rushing attack. Positional value along the offensive line was a hot topic in the offseason when Long was departing and LG was - well - in the shape that it is in now. Roullier is the starter and the coaches trust him right now but the perception that he did well during his time starting can still be put to the test and debated. Some might equate positional importance with size of contract which objectively has nothing to do with how one performs on the football field. Others might say - well other teams only have 3 decent starters along the OL, and 2 pro bowlers on the offensive line is a lot - isnt that enough? As far as perception is concerned maybe it is but I think fans and team should ditch the keeping up with the Joness thinking and whataboutism. Such ends my rant about the importance of upgrading the interior OL. You can pick up a copy of Football Outsiders 2018 Almanac here
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