Despite losing a year in his prime to an ACL injury, Jordy Nelson’s 1,519 yards receiving in 2014 and 1,257 last year are awesome numbers. In hindsight, Jordy was brought along too slowly, with only one 1,000 yard season in his first five years. At 31, he still has several years left to add to his achievements. He an inspiration to and a fan favorite of legions of Packers fans.
O.K, I like your articles Rob, but I had to stop to throw up after I read that Brad Jones is on a list of TT best draft choices. Then I shed a few tears for the Packers future. I understand why you had to put Brad Jones on your list, as he met your methodology. I would say that if Brad Jones is on a list of best draft picks then that says all that needs to be said about TT as a drafter, or your methodology.
Does anyone notice how the largest group of best draft picks are before 2010? It is time TT.
Ted Thompson has done an excellent job in the draft department. He can become even better by drafting one of the top cornerbacks in the first rd (29th) and another one (Fabian Morneau) in the later rds if available. And, finally taking Jamaal Williams running back.
Ted Thompson has done an excellent job in the draft department.
“None of his other first rounders even come close, the next in line being Bryan Bulaga and Ha Ha Clinton-Dix”
Am I the only one that finds this laughable/ alarming? The next best 1st round picks after #12 are Bulaga and Dix? I know he left out Matthews but even he hasn’t been worth his weight lately..
Help me out here. Article title is TED THOMPSON’S BEST DRAFT PICKS.
First sentence starts, “This isn’t about the best players the Green Bay Packers have drafted, but rather the smartest choices.”
Now, I’m not a journalist and I slept at home last night, but wouldn’t a headline that read, TED THOMPSON’S SMARTEST DRAFT PICKS have been a little tighter.