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Somehow, Brad Jones was a Hot Commodity

We were ecstatic when the Green Bay Packers finally executed linebacker Brad Jones.

Alright, they didn”t really execute him. That only happened in our dreams. They actually just released him, but the point is, that clown is not our problem anymore.

We are somewhat dumbfounded now, however.

Dumbfounded because Brad Jones was apparently somewhat of a hot commodity around the NFL. While other castoffs are just online casino’s sitting around twiddling their thumbs, Jones has already had two visits and the second of those — the Philadelphia Eagles — signed Jones on Monday.

That”s great! Not only did the Eagles sign this joker, but they gave him a two-year deal.


Of course, defense hasn”t really been Chip Kelly”s forte since he arrived in the NFL, has it? The Eagles had the 28th-ranked defense in the NFL in 2014.

So if you”re an Eagles fan and you”re thinking to yourself, “Well, our defense couldn”t really get any worse…” I”ve got news for you.

With Brad Jones, it can indeed get worse. Go ahead and insert that guy right into the starting lineup. You”ll be 32nd in overall defense in 2015, guaranteed. Brad Jones makes the impossible possible.

And not in a good way.

Monty McMahon

Monty McMahon is one of the founders of Total Packers. He is probably the most famous graduate of UW-Oshkosh next to Jim Gantner.



  1. Howard March 2, 2015

    The sick part of this is the Pack does not play the Eagles unless they make the playoffs.

  2. Savage57 March 2, 2015

    What? No stat for career fuck ups?

    1. Bob March 6, 2015


  3. B Rad March 2, 2015

    That should allow Philly to let Casey Matthews walk. The Pack could pick him up cheap and turn him into a productive player.

    1. Bob March 6, 2015


  4. Fritz March 5, 2015

    this makes me wonder. could we get JJ Watt for AJ? maybe throw in that useless california surfer dude CM as a kicker?

    1. Bob March 6, 2015