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In the first part of a series Cheap Ty Summers Jersey , we look at the Packers’ history and recent history picking in their 2019 draft slots." />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhiteAcme Packing Companya Green Bay Packers communityLog In or Sign UpLog InSign UpFanpostsFanshotsSectionsPackersOddsAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections The APC PodcastPackers Film RoomFantasy Football AdviceCDTShareTweetShareSharePackers Draft Pick History: Vince Lombardi found a Hall of Famer at 12 overallKirby Lee-USA TODAY SportsThe Green Bay Packers hold ten draft picks in the 2019 NFL Draft, and for a team that has a storied, 100-year history, they have predictably made selections in the past at every one of these draft slots. Over the next few days leading up to this year’s draft, Acme Packing Company will examine the Packers’ history at each current slot for 2019, as well as run down the names of recent picks around the league at the position.Since the draft began, the Packers have made four selections with the 12th overall pick in the draft. One of them was a true bust, but they found two other productive players who had decent careers with the team. However, one player stands out well above the rest, as Vince Lombardi found a player who was critical to his team’s success in the 1960s and who went on to become a well-deserved member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame.Packers’ History at #121984: Alphonso Carreker, DEMost recently, in 1984, the Packers selected Carreker, a defensive end out of Florida State. He started for the Packers at left defensive end for five seasons, totaling 18.5 sacks in that time. His high-water mark came in 1985, when he recorded nine sacks. Carreker finished his career in Denver, playing 22 games over three seasons there. 1974: Barty Smith, RBDrafted out of the University of Richmond, Smith was a versatile back who was adept as a receiver out of the backfield. In seven years with the Packers, he recorded 1,942 rushing yards (with 18 touchdowns) and 979 receiving yards with three more scores. He started 43 games for the Packers Ty Summers Jersey Womens , primarily in 1977 and 1978 as the team’s fullback. Both of those seasons saw him rush for over 500 yards and add at least 250 yards through the air.1969: Rich Moore, DTA Villanova product, Moore played in and started 20 games for the Packers, including every game of his rookie season in 1969. However, he was out of the league after 1970, being described as a “disaster” by director of player personnel Pat Peppler. Apparently head coach Phil Bengston — Vince Lombardi’s replacement — insisted on drafting Moore over the objections of many of the Packers’ scouts because of his 6-foot-6, 280-pound build.1961: Herb Adderley, CB However, the Packers landed a future Hall of Famer in the 1961 NFL Draft. That year, they made Michigan State cornerback Herb Adderley the 12th selection. Although Adderley did not start at corner as a rookie, he did in his second year, earning the first of four first-team All-Pro honors. Adderley would end up winning six NFL titles — five with the Vince Lombardi-era Packers and one with the Dallas Cowboys in 1971.Interestingly, Adderley’s cousin’s grandson is Nasir Adderley, a safety prospect in 2019 who could be a target for the Packers late in the first round.Recent History at #122018: Vita Vea, DT, Washington (Buccaneers)2017: Deshaun Watson, QB, Clemson (Texans)2016: Sheldon Rankins, DT, Louisville (Saints)2015: Danny Shelton, DT Ty Summers Green Bay Packers Jersey , Washington (Browns)2014: Odell Beckham, Jr., WR, LSU (Giants)2013: D.J. Hayden, CB, Houston (Raiders)2012: Fletcher Cox, DT, Mississippi State (Eagles)2011: Christian Ponder, QB, Florida State (Vikings) Statistically, 2015 was Aaron Rodgers’ worst season in the NFL. However, his 2018 season looks worse to the naked eye when watching his performance game in and game out.The Green Bay Packers had a glut of injuries in 2015, when Rodgers was coming off his second MVP award. Jordy Nelson’s torn ACL robbed him of his favorite target, Davante Adams dealt with ankle problems all year long, and it became obvious that Randall Cobb could not be counted on as a true number one receiver. It was so bad that the team had to pull James Jones back in off the street to lead the team in receiving yards. However, much of the team’s struggles were also due to opposing defenses finally figuring out how to defend the Packers, particularly when they did not have a true deep threat.In 2018, the Packers thankfully had their number one receiver, Adams, healthy all year. He’s now on pace for 1,502 yards and he already has triple-digit receptions this season with two games to go. Injuries to Cobb and WR3 Geronimo Allison have forced rookies into the lineup Aaron Rodgers Jersey , but it is Rodgers’ uneven performance that is primarily responsible for the team’s struggles.His misses on easy throws are inexplicable. His misses on open receivers on deep balls are uncharacteristic and baffling. And these mistakes seem to come in the most critical situations — on third downs or late in games.Yes, Rodgers has made a few big plays late. He drove the Packers to a remarkable comeback against the Bears in week one and again against the 49ers in week six. Yes, Rodgers dealt with a significant knee injury early in the season, which likely hurt his mechanics. Furthermore, Rodgers is hardly the only Packer making mistakes; costly fumbles by Ty Montgomery and Aaron Jones cost the Packers opportunities to come back against two of the NFL’s best teams, while Mike McCarthy’s decision-making helped lose additional games and eventually his job.But if the Packers want to bounce back to contend in 2019, Rodgers absolutely must play better than he has in 2018. Today’s curds take a close look at his struggles and his plans for the remainder of this season.Aaron Rodgers wants to finish the season right | Packers.comThis is the first time since Rodgers' first season as a starter in 2008 that he will be on the active roster after the Packers have been mathematically eliminated from the playoffs. Still, he has no plans to take a back seat over these final two games.Aaron Rodgers keeps missing the mark | Packersnews.comPerhaps one of the things that Rodgers can work on in these final two games is getting his mechanics and accuracy back to their normal levels. The two missed deep balls in a tie game set up the Bears to take the lead, and Rodgers' inaccurate pass to Jimmy Graham -- though still arguably catchable -- was deflected for a season-killing interception.Packers QB Aaron Rodgers tweaked groin in loss to Bears | Packers WireThankfully, Rodgers is not going to use this minor injury as an excuse for his play. It seemed to affect his mobility slightly, but should not have caused his inaccuracy in the second half.Packers go down with a fight; no hope left for the season - ESPNA team losing a lot more close games than it wins usually means it is primed for a rebound the next year. The Packers' record in close games (8 points or less) is 2-6-1 this season, and those breaks should even out a bit better next year.NFL Week 15: The 12 dumbest mistakes from Saturday and Sunday, ranked - SBNation.comMatt Nagy outsmarting himself with a fake punt and Tarik Cohen's read-option comes in at number 5 on this week's list.Man defecates on FedEx Forum hallway floor during sold-out game | WREG.comMemphis was playing number 3 Tennessee this weekend, but this guy was a lot more worried about number 2, which he took care of behind a concession stand. Sure, the lines were probably long for the restroom, but COME ON.
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