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Packers Replace Andrew Quarless with… Robertson Daniel?

Robertson Daniel

The Green Bay Packers must have just been sick of Andrew Quarless’ shit.

When we heard they were placing God’s Gifts on injured reserve Thursday night, we assumed it was to make a logical roster move, such as adding a receiver. With Davante Adams likely out this week, that leaves the Packers with just four healthy receivers.

If one goes down, well… you’re in trouble.

But logic never factors into roster moves in Green Bay.

Instead of adding a receiver, the Packers added a cornerback. To make matters even more idiotic, they made the move at a time when their cornerback group looks completely healthy for the first time in a month.

Not only do they not even need another cornerback, they don’t even have enough room for the guys they have. Rookie LaDarius Gunter played a very nice game in Washington, but that was his first extensive action on defense all season.

So they have plenty of quality at the position and not enough playing time to go around.

Solution?

Add another cornerback to the roster!

MY GOD, TED THOMPSON, YOU TRULY ARE A MAD GENIUS!

So this kid’s name is Robertson Daniel. He was an undrafted free agent from BYU who was first signed by the Raiders. They released him on September 1 and the Packers added him to the practice squad on September 7.

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12 Comments

  1. ay hombre January 15, 2016

    Sure it does. If Shields isn’t playing and they already know it.

  2. RUPackFan January 15, 2016

    SEVEN! Seven corner backs on the roster! Ah ah ahhh

  3. Gravy Copter 2600 January 15, 2016

    Shields and Rollins might not play. It’s not that crazy. Now, if they added another fullback, sure…

  4. Sam Shields the receiver on possibly a few packages? Also, Robertson as a special teams body if Rollins needs to be held out of ST play.

    I’m going on a positive note on this one.

  5. 1265Lombardiave January 15, 2016

    Robertson Daniel/Super Bowl 50 MVP. (that is all)

  6. Andy Pants January 15, 2016

    Big deal. You’re worried about the 7th cornerback or 5th wide receiver? If it gets to the point where they need either one (coming from the practice squad), at that point, as Hillary Clinton might say, “What difference does it make?”

  7. Jschizl January 15, 2016

    Didn’t make sense to me at the time but then neither did drafting Montgomery when they did and that paid off.

  8. Feck January 16, 2016

    Wait for the other shoe to drop. Quarless came of the active roster not the practice squad. Adding a new guy to the PS suggests someone is also moving from PS to active. Probably not a CB.

  9. Feck January 16, 2016

    Or else Ted just really wanted to crap in GG’s Wheaties in a obvious public way .

  10. knucklehead January 16, 2016

    “Not only do they not even need another cornerback, they don’t even have enough room for the guys they have.”

    So why the fuck do you think they called him up then dumb-ass? Hmmm…lets solve this riddle with your own thoughts. I will piece them together for you like so many extra large legos for toddlers.

    1) “With Davante Adams likely out this week, that leaves the Packers with just four healthy receivers.
    If one goes down, well… you’re in trouble.”
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    2) “Instead of adding a receiver, the Packers added a cornerback.”

    1) There is a great need for another receiver.
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    2) However, they added a cornerback instead.

    =There is a greater need at cornerback.

    Apparently, the injury report you got off of Bleacher Report is bullshit.

    I think you just post this shit to get clicks and responses. There is a cost though…”your credibility” flushes further down the toilet.

  11. Tequila January 16, 2016

    Defense is the key to the Cardinals game, just watch ol Dom’s toupe of death dial up some crazy formations with our extra CB!

  12. vj January 16, 2016

    I’m gonna go shit the bed now.