2011 NFL Draft Grades: Green Bay Packers Keep Getting Good Value Picks
The Packers Add Depth On Both Sides Of The Ball
The Green Bay Packers got the draft "right" as usual. Up and down the board the Packers got good players, many of whom could contribute this year.
Derek Sherrod slid to the Packers and they pounced all over him. The amount of teams trading up to grab quarterbacks (Or Mark Ingram) allowed Sherrod to fall all the way to the final pick of the first round.
Their second-round pick, Randall Cobb, is a potential breakout wide receiver his rookie year. Cobb was seen as a great prospect who could have gone higher in the second round, but ended up in Green Bay where he will have an immediate impact.
Alex Green gives the Packers more options with their running game due to the amount of injuries sustained last year and Davon House is a steal where the Packers selected him in the fourth round.
The rest of their picks are getting good marks from the scouts, and the ability of the Packers to find good talent that fits their needs and schemes is one of the reasons the Packers are Super Bowl champs.
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