No beat writer covers the team like Tom Silverstein, so nobody's more equipped to answer this simple question that'll decide the fate of the 2022 Green Bay Packers.
And i would love to see them get rid of Randall Cobb and Sammy Watkins both way past their primes to make way for youngsters like Danny Davis and Samori Toure but they won’t dare for fear of offending Rodgers
To me, Bakhtiari was too injury prone before the ACL. Now he’s 30 and at a crossroads. I had the same feeling about Davante Adams and to me dealing him for two 1st’s and leaning towards defense is what actually gives them a chance this year. I predict Adams will get hurt ala Bakhtiari and the Packers will benefit greatly at the Raiders expense. I understand why GB paid #69 the moon to stay, but i didn’t like it at the time and I’ve hated it for two straight postseasons. His injury was non-contact during practice; how is it going to hold up for 17 games plus (hopefully) a post-season including games on artificial turf like at Minnesota and Detroit and at Buffalo?
Let’s face it, since the Packers made David Bakhtiari the highest paid OLT he’s single-handedly ruined their last two seasons by his absence and is now holding the Packers hostage for a third season. I won’t miss having to keep players just because they’re Rodgers’ BFF’s when he retires
Oh man that’s entertainment Tyler you are the ultimate cutup and the supreme interviewer! I’m definitely one of Tom’s emotionally unstable Packer chat regulars that he’s considered firing what a treasure he is. Let’s not assume Rodgers will make it through this “last chance” season he is one snapped collarbone away from forced retirement and the right side of their O-line looks scary especially with their first game at Minnesota the scene of his last bone break Danielle Hunter and Zadarius are licking their chops