#PackersDaily: It's all happening

Aaron chats with Packers fans the week before the Combine as the team begins to make some moves.

Earlier today, I held my Packers chat over on our YouTube channel talking all things Green and Gold. 

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nstewart1's picture

February 21, 2022 at 10:09 am

Over the longer-term, the Salary Cap IS a zero-sum game - that's why true Packer Fans pay attention to it. I do have faith that Guty and Russ will make the best of it.

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PackerAaron's picture

February 21, 2022 at 10:35 am

It's totally understandable to pay attention to the salary cap. Obsessing over contracts every single day of your life, however, is absurd.

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Turophile's picture

February 21, 2022 at 10:38 am

In response to Nagler's comment. Being more aggressive might result in some more intimidating hits.........and more injuries to either side. It also tends to result in more penalties, including the unacceptable pre-snap infractions. It means more holding calls, more un-necessary roughness penalties, more tackling whiffs as a player goes for the big hit, and misses.

In order of priority, discipline comes first. If you can be fairly aggressive while maintaining discipline, that's fine, but discipline trumps aggression when it comes to their relative importance. This does not mean I endorse players taking 'business-decisions' and avoiding tackling (see Clinton-Dix), or stepping out of bounds with the ball when the nearest tackler is several steps away. That is undisciplined play of another sort.

Just as a guideline, the most penalised team in 2021 was the Dallas Cowboys. The least penalised was the Green Bay Packers.

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stockholder's picture

February 21, 2022 at 12:58 pm

Savage has a bad back. I waited for King. I shouldn't have to wait for Savage.

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