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Pack-A-Day Podcast - Episode 234 - Special Guest Jason Perone

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Pack-A-Day Podcast - Episode 234 - Special Guest Jason Perone

Jacob Westendorf is back with special guest, Jason Perone of Cheesehead TV and Pulse of the Pack.

The guys discuss the Packers’ needs and whether or not they have changed based on what the Packers have recently done in free agency. That leads into a discussion about the offensive line and where the Packers could be targeting a player for that positional group in this year's draft.

What do they think about the state of this roster? Find out all that and more on another edition of the Pack-A-Day Podcast.

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Andy is a graduate of UW-Oshkosh and owns & operates the Pack-A-Day Podcast. Andy has taken multiple courses in NFL scouting and appears weekly on 107.5 The Fan in Green Bay to breakdown film. This past season he was an analyst on Green Bay Nation on WFRV TV in Green Bay. Andy grew up in Green Bay and is a lifelong season ticket holder; follow him on Twitter at @sconniesports.

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KnockTheSnotOutOfYou's picture

Think the 2 of you do not really understand a TE like Fant. Fant is like drafting a talented WR high. He is a hybrid TE. A cross between a WR and TE. Without researching it I believe Fant is faster in 40 time than any WR on Packers with exception of MVS. Not going to count our kick off returner who doesnt play at WR.

Draft Fant and you are sort of filling 2 position spots with one player. He can block but he can also get open deep down the middle with his sub 4.5 speed. This guy would decimate a defense. Someone Rodgers would absolutely love!

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Oliver, Burns, or White is still my preference at #12 but I am simply pointing out Fant has multiple benefits or upside as he could be more than your traditional TE. Should Gute draft Fant in round 1 it would not dissapoint me if they saw the value because obviously he would have a significant impact on the offense. The offense obviously needs an influx of talent after so much attention given to defense. Could Fant be the luxury pick at 12, and then drafting defense at 30 and 44 into 3rd round as the strength of the draft is defense.

albert999's picture

Uncle Alberts mock 1.0
12) Jonah Williams
30) Jerry Tillery
44) Nasir Adderely

bjkdad44's picture

Agree on Fant...

stockholder's picture

TT would be proud of you Jason. You won't get your football player, football player, etc. With the popular Pick. TT took the popular Dix in 2014, leaving better talent for others. You don't do that and WIN> AS Proven! Taking work is work. Stay away from the OL. We got Turner. RG Filled. The defense is the strength of this draft. Not offense. Defense wins championships. Not Tes. The DL is not solid. The hole is at ILB. Your imagination of Oliver was right on. The pick must be Oliver and or Wilkens to replace Wilkerson. The #30 pick must be traded now. And you must trade up for defense. Ryan is gone. They must get a ILB. It was TTs mistake and it can't be Gutes. Nobody likes the safeties so why take one? Yes there is always a possibility. (Adderley) But build the the team with Football players and not works of art (TE) . The packers need football players on defense. The FAs just scratched the surface.

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