Ways to improve Packers’ roster
I have concerns and suggestions for our Packer staff and coaches. Based on their production of the most high paid players, $8 million and above (with the exception of David Bakhtiari, Aaron Rodgers, and Mike Daniels) their salaries should be reduced. Reasons? Spreading the money around more evenly and appropriately, keeps the team happier, motivated, and saves some $ on the cap!
As to the overall quality, our roster is quite iffy and shaky! The move particularly for QB Kizer by coach Mike was extremely wise given our backups in Hundley and Callahan – provided DeShone is NFL material. The scarier reason is Aaron’s both right and left, broken and repaired, clavicle injuries! Imagine what could happen to Aaron if a 300–325 pound D-tackle or a big, mean LB gets a hold on him and crashes down upon his chest! Good-bye Aaron for the season and for good! Thus, a super able RT — like David Bakhtiari on the left — is needed to replace Bryan Bulaga, who unfortunately is badly hubbled by injuries, and can be kept as a sub.
One more dire need – our Packers pass rush has been woeful. Urgent is another pass rush penetrator and run stopper D-tackle. Two such are available in the draft: Tim Settle, 6-3, 329 pounds, or Vita Vea, 6-4, 347. Every effort, spare none, should be made to draft one of these two!
Greetings to all Packer dearhearts. Best wishes to our Packer brass! Antonio Monaco Chicago