Posts Tagged ‘jclombardi’

Packers: Early Impacts Upon 2011 Season

Fan poll about important impacts facing 2011 Packers. With the serious  questions about offense and its protection issues and the lack of consistent defensive front seven pass rush, we present this poll for the fans. Which Event Impacts 2011 Packers?

Packers: Previewing The Final Roster

Previewing the final 53 man roster. QBs: (3) Rodgers, Flynn, and Harrell. Review: Super Bowl MVP Rodgers continues to look sharp in the preseason. Backup Flynn is one of the NFL’s best backup. RBs: (4) Grant, Starks, Green, and Kuhn. Review: With a talented West Coast passing game, the Packers deemphasize the run keeping only three halfbacks and one fullback. RB Grant is […]

Packer Edge Colts: The Good, Bad & Ugly

Looking at Packers preseason win over Colts. GOOD: 1. QB Rodgers–he looked sharp completing 19 of 23 passes for 204 yards, one touchdown, and no interceptions for a rating of 118.1. For the preseason, Rodgers has completed 34-of-43 passes for 375 yards and 3 touchdowns. 2. TE Taylor–he is great rookie special teams player and receiver.  He […]

Packers vs Colts Preseason Game: Things To Watch

Previewing the Colts game. THINGS TO WATCH: 1. Offensive Line: How well veterans LG Lang & OL Newhouse play in the game. How goes the roster battle position at center go between backups McDonald and Dietrich-Smith.  How well do rookies guard Schlauderaff and LT Sherrod play? 2. Tight Ends: How goes the interesting battle for […]

Packers: LB Zombo Injured & OL Lang Declared Starter

Legendary senior writer jclombardi reports Packers news. The Packers have settled two positional battles in training camp.  OLB Zombo suffered a broken scapula meaning he will miss significant playing time (close to 4 to 6 weeks) and/or may be headed to the injured reserve.  With OLB Jones not 100% recovering from a bruised knee injury, […]

Packers: The Front Seven Defense

Legendary senior writer jclombardi previews Packers defensive front seven. For 2011 NFL season, two issues are the replacement of impact pass rusher DE Cullen Jenkins and the full-time starter at the other OLB position across from pass rusher OLB Matthews. After two preseason games, the question of an adequate pass rush is a good one. […]

Packers: Good & Bad Impressions About Preseason Win Over Cardinals

Legendary senior writer jclombardi reflects on Packers win. GOOD: 1. Strong No-huddle offense—after a slow start in the Arizona preseason game going three-and-out in its first series and punting after two first downs on its next possession, the first-time offense but looked sharp in its third series with the no-huddle offense. Packers went to their […]

Packers Family Night Scrimmage

Legendary senior writer jclombardi highlights family night scrimmage. Highlights: Thumbs up: Randall Cobb does at least one thing to impress, and Saturday night’s Family Night Scrimmage was no exception. Working with the No. 1 offense in a three-receiver set because starter Greg Jennings sat out, Cobb reeled in a 40-yard back-shoulder pass from quarterback Aaron Rodgers on […]