1. Green Bay Packers: Rationale for Waiving Al Harris

    Who can forget the look on Matt Hasselbeck’s face as Al Harris runs by him to clinch the “we want the ball, and we’re going to score” game in the 2003 ...

    Thomas Hobbes Written by Thomas Hobbes about over 4 years ago 2,028 reads 13 comments

  2. What Exactly Is A Third-Down Back? An Analysis of Brandon Jackson

    During the NFL draft, one of the players I secretly wished the Packers would select was Dexter McCluster from Ole Miss. Obviously, the Packers were desperate for an offensive tackle and could use some more help in the secondary...

    Thomas Hobbes Written by Thomas Hobbes about over 4 years ago 4,703 reads 11 comments

  3. Extrapolating the Packers Draft Through the Cowboys

    An interesting piece of information just came to my attention, namely a photo was recently leaked of Jerry Jones in front of the Dallas’ Cowboys’ big board ...

    Thomas Hobbes Written by Thomas Hobbes about almost 5 years ago 906 reads 14 comments

  4. Green Bay Packers Draft Picks 2010: The Reason Behind the Pick

    So now that they NFL draft is officially over, tons of fans will converge on bleacher report and various other website to gripe their grievances about not drafting a player or reaching for another...

    Thomas Hobbes Written by Thomas Hobbes about 5 years ago 6,972 reads 50 comments

  5. Is Green Bay Packers GM Ted Thompson Right After All (Part Two)?

    In my previous article, I analyzed the economics of the NFL draft and Ted Thompson’s preferences during the offseason...

    Thomas Hobbes Written by Thomas Hobbes about 5 years ago 1,194 reads 62 comments

  6. Is Packers' GM Ted Thompson Right After All (Part One)?

    Ironically, the most divisive person in the Packers' organization isn’t even a player: it's GM Ted Thompson...

    Thomas Hobbes Written by Thomas Hobbes about 5 years ago 2,512 reads 52 comments

  7. Green Bay Packers: Is Ted Thompson's Philosophy Ruining the Offensive Line?

    Back in the days of Vince Lombardi, the offensive line had an almost communist quality; the offensive line was an integral part of the team, but you never knew anyone’s name, ...

    Thomas Hobbes Written by Thomas Hobbes about 5 years ago 1,230 reads 44 comments

  8. A Case for Brad Jones: Why the Green Bay Packers Don't Need To Draft an OLB

    The NFL draft is fast approaching, and many Packers fans are eagerly awaiting the 22nd of April to see if we can maybe land a couple more pieces for a Super Bowl run. Many have argued that our first pick at No...

    Thomas Hobbes Written by Thomas Hobbes about 5 years ago 1,293 reads 8 comments