Green Bay Packers: Did the Super Bowl Champs Reload Though the NFL Draft?
Green Back Packers address needs and look good for strong title defense
When you find yourself in the drivers seat in the NFL, you find that the draft doesn’t hold the same sense of urgency that it does for the teams on the bottom. The truth is that the Packers, who had the last pick of the first round, didn’t need to focus on a whole lot.
With a quarterback in place, a top notch defensive unit and a receiving core that is as good as football has and is getting healthy, the Packers addressed depth more than they addressed need.
Their first round pick was offensive lineman Derek Sherrod who should fill in nicely as the current lineman, Chad Clifton, is well at the end of his career.
The Packers used their second round to draft Randall Cobb who could prove to be a good one and a solid replace for Donald Driver who is at the end of his career.
The Packers put together a smart draft and for that they should have no trouble staying at the top of the NFC. They are proving again that the secret to success is with a management team who knows how to draft the right guys at the right time.
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