2016 QB Rankings Standard League

2016 QB Rankings Standard League by Utter-Fantasy Writer & Illustrator Doug Bowles

2016 QB Rankings Standard League- Top 50 NFL Quarterbacks

Tier One QBs

1. QB Cam Newton Carolina Panthers
2. QB Aaron Rodgers Green Bay Packers
3. QB Andrew Luck Indianapolis Colts
4. QB Russell Wilson Seattle Seahawks

Tier Two QBs

5. QB Blake Bortles Jacksonville Jaguars
6. QB Ben Roethlisberger Pittsburgh Steelers
7. QB Drew Brees New Orleans Saints
8. QB Carson Palmer Arizona Cardinals
9. QB Kirk Cousins Washington
10. QB Ryan Fitzpatrick New York Jets
11. QB Philip Rivers San Diego Chargers
12. QB Eli Manning New York Giants
13. QB Matthew Stafford Detroit Lions
14. QB Derek Carr Oakland Raiders
15. QB Matt Ryan Atlanta Falcons

Tier Three QBs

16. QB Tom Brady New England Patriots****Suspended 1st 4 games- Week 5 Bye
17. QB Jameis Winston Tampa Bay Buccaneer
18. QB Andy Dalton Cincinnati Bengals
19. QB Joe Flacco Baltimore Ravens
20. QB Marcus Mariota Tennessee Titans
21. QB Ryan Tannehill Miami Dolphins
22. QB Jay Cutler Chicago Bears
23. QB Brock Osweiler Houston Texans
24. QB Robert Griffin III Cleveland Browns

Tier Four QBs

25. QB Tyrod Taylor Buffalo Bills
26. QB Sam Bradford Philadelphia Eagles
27. QB Alex Smith Kansas City Chiefs
28. QB Dak Prescott Dallas Cowboys
29. QB Blaine Gabbert San Francisco 49ers
30. QB Shaun Hill Minnesota Vikings
31. QB Trevor Siemian Denver Broncos
32. QB Case Keenum Los Angeles Rams

Tier Five QBs

33. QB Jimmy Garoppolo New England Patriots
34. QB Tony Romo Dallas Cowboys- OUT UNTIL WEEK 9-10
35. QB Paxton Lynch Denver Broncos
36. QB Colin Kaepernick San Francisco 49ers
37. QB Jared Goff Los Angeles Rams
38. QB Brian Hoyer Houston Texans
39. QB A.J. McCarron Cincinnati Bengals
40. QB Nick Foles Kansas City
41. QB Carson Wentz Philadelphia Eagles
42. QB Josh McCown Cleveland Browns
43. QB Geno Smith QB New York Jets
44. QB  Ryan Mallett Baltimore Ravens
45. QB Drew Stanton Arizona Cardinals
46. QB Nick Foles Los Angeles Rams
47. QB Matt Cassel Tennessee Titans
48. QB Kellen Moore Dallas Cowboys
49. QB Colt McCoy Washington
50. QB Scott Tolzien Indianapolis Colts
51. QB E.J. Manuel Buffalo Bills

52. QB Mark Sanchez Denver Broncos
53. QB Teddy Bridgewater Minnesota Vikings- OUT FOR THE SEASON

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2016 WR RANKINGS STANDARD LEAGUE
2016 RB Rankings Standard League
2016 TE RANKINGS STANDRAD LEAGUE

 

2016 QB Cheat Sheet Standard League

2016 QB Cheat Sheet Standard League by Utter-Fantasy Writer & Illustrator Doug Bowles

2016 QB Cheat Sheet Standard League- Top 50 NFL Quarterbacks

Tier One QBs

1. QB Cam Newton Carolina Panthers
2. QB Aaron Rodgers Green Bay Packers
3. QB Andrew Luck Indianapolis Colts
4. QB Russell Wilson Seattle Seahawks
5. QB Blake Bortles Jacksonville Jaguars
6. QB Ben Roethlisberger Pittsburgh Steelers
7. QB Drew Brees New Orleans Saints

Tier Two QBs

8. QB Eli Manning New York Giants
9. QB Kirk Cousins Washington
10. QB Tony Romo Dallas Cowboys
11. QB Philip Rivers San Diego Chargers
12. QB Carson Palmer Arizona Cardinals
13. QB Matthew Stafford Detroit Lions
14. QB Tom Brady New England Patriots
15. QB Matt Ryan Atlanta Falcons

Tier Three QBs

16. QB Derek Carr Oakland Raiders
17. QB Jameis Winston Tampa Bay Buccaneers
18. QB Jay Cutler Chicago Bears
19. QB Joe Flacco Baltimore Ravens
20. QB Andy Dalton Cincinnati Bengals
21. QB Brock Osweiler Houston Texans
22. QB Ryan Tannehill Miami Dolphins
23. QB Marcus Mariota Tennessee Titans
24. QB Ryan Fitzpatrick New York Jets ***

Tier Four QBs

25. QB Tyrod Taylor Buffalo Bills
26. QB Sam Bradford Philadelphia Eagles
27. QB Alex Smith Kansas City Chiefs
28. QB Robert Griffin III Cleveland Browns
29. QB Blaine Gabbert San Francisco 49ers
30. QB Teddy Bridgewater Minnesota Vikings
31. QB Mark Sanchez Denver Broncos
32. QB Case Keenum Los Angeles Rams

Tier Five QBs

33. QB Jared Goff Los Angeles Rams
34. QB Colin Kaepernick San Francisco 49ers
35. QB Paxton Lynch Denver Broncos
36. QB Brian Hoyer Houston Texans
37. QB Jimmy Garoppolo New England Patriots
38. QB Bruce Gradkowski Pittsburgh Steelers
39. QB A.J. McCarron Cincinnati Bengals
40. QB Kellen Moore Dallas Cowboys
41. QB Carson Wentz Philadelphia Eagles
42. QB Josh McCown Cleveland Browns
43. QB Geno Smith QB New York Jets
44. QB  Ryan Mallett Baltimore Ravens
45. QB Drew Stanton Arizona Cardinals
46. QB Nick Foles Los Angeles Rams
47. QB Colt McCoy Washington
48. QB E.J. Manuel Buffalo Bills
49. QB Matt Cassel Tennessee Titans
50. QB Scott Tolzien Indianapolis Colts

Girl Power Crushes Fantasy Football

Girl Power Crushes Fantasy Football by Utter-Fantasy Writer & Illustrator Doug Bowles

Female fans of the NFL now represent the fastest-growing demographic in sports. So naturally, more female fans translates into more women jumping into the fantasy football arena and teaching guys a thing or two about it! Although men are more likely to play fantasy football, nearly 20% of the 75 million fantasy football owners competing in leagues are now women. ( and many are winning!)

Matty Murder is a smart, funny chick who won her 2015 fantasy football league and contributes her championship to having a few peculiar quirks. “My win was because I wore the same bra every Sunday and my husband pulled a Taco and drafted 4 QBs.”  Mary describes her league as…“an 8 man league, with two married couples and a bunch of my husband’s friend and I beat every single one of those asshats.” While Matty came in first last season, her husband with his own team, came in 7th. Matty will respond to his 7th place finish when she stops laughing.

This fantasy football player and commish thinks that this beauty might have some brains to go with that lucky bra….for when she’s not stomping the male anatomy with her fantasy team, she’s an environmental scientist.

I’ve asked our dominating damsel a few questions about her dazzling victory and when you read her sassy answers, you’ll know why I wanted to interview Miss Matty.

Utter-Fantasy: Let’s begin by telling us how long your league has been around and how long you’ve been in it?

Matty: This was our 2nd year with the same league members. Two women with a love for the sport, their husbands who know slightly less than they do, and friends from all across the country. We are all affiliated with the US military and Fantasy Football allows us to have the same banter over beers that we would have had were we all still in the same duty-stations. Our internet platform allowed for us to comfortably interact [read: shit talk each other] during the week while keeping up with our adult responsibilities and still be able to kick ass Thursday through Sunday. Though we were nice enough to occasionally warn people when they happened to have someone starting that was on a bye. Maybe only 5 minutes before the game started, but still.

Utter-Fantasy: Who in particular did you take in the draft that was like a twisting knife in your fellow fantasy football owners’ hearts?

Matty: Well, I remember being in a bar and talking line-ups with a friend and the bar tender overheard that I had both Brady and Rodgers on my team. However, I had an ulterior motive. I personally hate Tom Brady. I am sure he could be a great person in person but I just cant stand him. So he was my first round pick and I benched him the whole season. This bartender had NO IDEA why I would do something so “stupid” and waste my time. Then a sports segment came on right behind his head talking about the top 3 QBs in the NFL. Number 3? Aaron. Fucking. Rodgers. Ended up getting a few free beers out of that one. If you scroll through my twitter feed my mid-season pickup of Andrew Luck was perhaps the most talked about player on my team. We had lots of mental conversations about his playing and apparently on more than one occasion he took my critiques to heart and came out swinging after halftime.

Utter-Fantasy: What was your drafting philosophy going into the 2015 fantasy season?

Matty: Funny story. ..most of our league took a group vacation to Mexico over the summer and over unlimited drinks on the beach talked about how amazing the 2014 season had been. We decided mid-trip that we should do it again. One of the boys in particular had a whole defensive monologue he would spout for anyone to listen, on why he was going to draft Tony Romo right out of the gate because, if you look at his stats he is “actually quite consistent”. Well that didn’t go well for him. I on the other hand did my research, got my facts in order, and went with my gut. As a scientist I am no stranger to research, and on the weekends and evenings I would shift my focus to football. My ultimate goal was to do better than these men who would assume because I am a woman I was going to randomly click players in until I had a full team and then hope for the best. There was no more satisfying feeling than sipping my beer while the league chat sang my praises. Though more in the form of trash talking my opponent.

Utter-Fantasy: Did the guys in your league feel castrated by your victory or were they pretty good sports about it?   ( or as “Star Lord” would say….”Bitta’ both!” )

Castrated may be a bit strong. They walked into this season knowing us ladies could hold our own in the league setting. We are two strong women who have always stood our own in conversations, nights on the town, and have made it through years worth of deployments and come out the other side stronger. There were many many close calls, nights I would have to go to bed before games ended simply hoping that my boys would pull it off. All in all they were good sports. Of course if they had said a thing about coming in place after a woman I would have simply called their dedication to the craft into question. What did I do that you didn’t? Oh right, win.

Utter-Fantasy: Were there any key trades during the season that paid off big-time for you and that you care to brag about?

Matty: Trades? Nah. My husband plays video games with the other league members during the week and they did occasional trades. I am too hardheaded to admit that someone else has something I might need. I research ways to make it work or find some who can pull it off on my own. My wins were all me.

Utter-Fantasy: Was your draft live or was it completed online? Any fun details from it?

Matty: Because we are all spread out it had to be online, but we were in a skype chat! So we still were able to judge everyone elses choices and drink together. Only fun detail is how my husband kept running off while other people were drafting because he though he had important things to do (video games in the other room) and ended up drafting WAY too many QBs. We called him Taco for the rest of the season, after the episode of The League where Taco drafted…was it 13 kickers? When husband caught his mistake he felt pretty silly, rightly so. 

Utter-Fantasy: Do you have a fun ball-busting team name?

Matty: No, we all had team names that played off of our actual names. My name is no fun. So I just went with “Matty’s Morgue” to play off of my twitter name.

Utter-Fantasy: What was the prize for whooping all of the asshats in your league….was there a trophy or cash?

We had no prize except for bragging rights. Though I wish we had a trophy. I would put it on my mantle right next to my two degrees and wedding pictures. It is an accomplishment I don’t take lightly. Though as my husband talks to the other guys more than I do he did brag on my behalf for a bit. And we went out to celebrate, steaks!

Utter-Fantasy:  What else won this 2015 league, besides your Sunday best bra? A smart draft perhaps, or good research, luck, a woman’s intuition, savvy waiver wire moves….all of the above?

Matty: Besides the lucky bra, a trick I actually got from my Dad who wears the same underwear every time the Texas Rangers play, I credit my win to my research! My draft didn’t make all of my wildest dreams come true. I pulled the wins off through smart research and occasional input from league outsiders. Though they didn’t always think I was making the right choices, like the bartender from the start of the season. In the end I went with my gut and it paid off.

Utter-Fantasy: Who would you say is your favorite fantasy football player?

Matty: This season it would have to be Aaron Rodgers. I had faith in him from the start and in most instances he didn’t let me down. Plus I feel like when people doubted me for putting him above others his abilities pulled through for me. Plus he seems like a genuinely cool guy and sometimes that is what it comes down to for me. “Would I want to have a drink with this person?” and in his case I would.  

Utter-Fantasy: Have you inspired other rad chicks to take on their own teams and kick some of their own male-dominated fantasy football asses?

Sadly us league ladies have not yet convinced others to join. But we do have a small group of other women who know enough about football to talk and enjoy games with. They are too busy to play. Into the future I hope that isn’t the case with my husband and I. We are good partners but I think Fantasy Football is something that we can do together to unwind at the end of the week. With the responsibilities of our adult-lives becoming more and more, my wish is that we can continue to make time for it. But I would settle for a Cowboys-Redskins game with him over beers and burgers to have a fun night. As long as the Eagles are somewhere losing.

( Utter-Fantasy Wrap Up: Matty wasn’t the only cool chick to walk away with trophies in male-dominated fantasy football leagues in 2015. There were a lot of women strutting their stuff and there will be even more in 2016. I for one enjoy what the gals bring to fantasy football and look forward to competing against them in 2016!)

Matty Murder

Follow Matty’s 2016 quest for back-to-back championships on twitter @MattyMurder

 

Green Bay Packers Team Profile 2016

Green Bay Packers Team Profile 2016 by Utter-Fantasy Writer & Illustrator Doug Bowles

Is it a coincidence, that in 4 years with WR Jordy Nelson, the Green Bay Packers won 4 straight division titles, but without him, the Minnesota Vikings enjoyed the honors. ( Nelson tore his left ACL in August 2015.) HC Mike McCarthy probably wouldn’t want anyone to think that one missing player could hurt a season, but when have you seen QB Aaron Rodgers play 16 games and rank 12th among NFL quarterbacks?

2016 Team Outlook–
The Green Bay Packers have dominated the NFC North Division since 2011, but it was Minnesota who took the title in 2015 with an 11-5 season. Green Bay fell just a game short at 10-6. With a healthy Jordy back, Gfreen Bay will again be the team to beat in 2016. The Lions, Bears and Vikings all have good, competitive teams but they can’t put onto the field the caliber of offensive and defensive personnel that Green Bay can.

2016 Fantasy Football Outlook-

QB– Disregarding 2013, when he only played 9 games due to an injury, QB Aaron Rodgers has either been the #1 or #2 quarterback every year since 2008…..until 2015. Last year ended with Rodgers ranking #12 among NFL quarterbacks. He threw for nearly 500 less yards than he did in 2014, with 7 less touchdown passes (31 vs 38). QB Rodgers and the offense clearly missed WR Jordy Nelson’s deep threat abilities, but they still made the post-season.

RBs– Many articles were written about Lacy’s “weight” in 2015, and Green Bay reportedly wants him 30 pounds lighter. In 2015, RB Eddie Lacy was out-played by RB James Starks. Starks ended the year as the #23 running back in the NFL, and RB Lacy as the #24. In the final year of his 2013 rookie deal…this off-season will be an important one for “Spag-Eddie” Lacy.” James Starks is a free agent, but expected to re-sign with the Packers.

WRs– WR Jordy Nelson and WR Randall Cobb were the #2 and #6 wide receivers in the NFL in 2014. In 2015, no Green Bay wide receiver cracked the top 25. The offense wasn’t the same without WR Jordy Nelson and WR Davante Adams disappointed the entire year. ( rumors are WR Adams’ roster spot is in jeopardy.) It wasn’t until the post-season that Green Bay found out what talent had been sitting on the bench all season. WR Jeff Janis went 7 catches for 145 and 2 TDs in the Divisonal Game loss to Arizona. (The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel’s wrote- “It’s been 25 years or more since a coach in Green Bay made more errors in allocating playing time than Mike McCarthy did this year.”)


TEs–
2011 was the last time a Green Bay Packer ended a season ranking in the top 5 among NFL tight ends. Jermichael Finley was the #5 tight end that year, with 767 receiving yards and 8 touchdowns. Statistically in 2015, TE Richard Rodgers’ numbers ( 520 receiving yards and 8 touchdowns ) weren’t that much different from Finley’s in 2011, which ranked Rodgers #8 last year. With WR Nelson out, TE Rodgers was relied on more, and will be red zone threat again in 2016.

K– Impending free agent K Mason Crosby has been a Packer for 9 seasons, but he doesn’t want to leave Green Bay, nor does Green Bay want him to leave. Expect a new contract in the near future.

DEF– The Green Bay defense enjoyed a much better season in 2015 ( ranked #9) than they did in 2014 ( ranked #16). Tough vs the pass, their defense stepped up in a year where the offense declined. With important free agents impending from the defense, the Packers will need to fill holes to keep the defense trending upward in the NFL.

2015 Green Bay Fantasy Surprises–
Many a fantasy football league was won in 2014 with RB Eddie Lacy on the roster, which is why he was drafted high in 2015. He returned for his 3rd season over-weight and slow, surprising many with only 758 yards rushing yards and 3 rushing TDs at year’s end. WR Jeff Janis was a surprise in the post-season and might have won himself a spot in 2016 in the starting line-up.


2016 Free Agents That Green Bay Needs to Address–
RB James Starks, WR James Jones, K Mason Crosby, FB John Kuhn, TE Andrew Quarless, QB Scott Tolzien, T/G Don Barclay, SS Sean Richardson, CB Casey Hayward, OLB Nick Perry, NT B.J. Raji, DE Letroy Guion, OLB Mike Neal,

2016 NFL Draft–
Green Bay’s first 2 selections in the 2015 NFL Draft addressed their defense ( FS Damarious Randall- 1st round-30th overall and CB Quinten Rollins- 2nd round-62nd overall) and they will likely address it right away again in 2016. Green Bay’s needs include help on their defensive line and talented new inside/ outside linebackers.

Did You Know–
In 1974, in what has become known as one of the worst trades in history, the Green Bay Packers traded two first round draft picks, two second round draft picks, and a third round draft pick to the Los Angeles Rams for 34 year old quarterback John Hadl.

All team reports
can be seen at this link- TEAM REPORTS

Team home page: www.packers.com

Team Profiles- Green Bay Packers

Team Profiles- Green Bay Packers

by Utter-Fantasy Writer & Illustrator Doug Bowles

HC Mike McCarthy is probably a great coach, but let’s face it, his only two quarterbacks in Green Bay for the most part, have been QB Brett Favre and QB Aaron Rodgers. It’s not like he’s had the same kind of QB adversities to deal with as say HC Rex Ryan has. Perhaps his biggest challenge came in 2013, when QB Rodgers broke his collarbone, and HC McCarthy had to struggle to the playoffs with QB Matt Flynn for 5 games. They made it to the playoffs (It didn’t hurt that Detroit had an epic collapse the same time QB Rodgers was out with his injury.)

The 2013 playoffs began with QB Rodgers back in the line up, but Green Bay lost to the 49ers in round one. In 2014, Green Bay again made it to the playoffs, but this time, it was the Packers who had the epic collapse. The Packers were leading Seattle in the Conference Championship 16-0 at halftime, and 19–7 with under three minutes left in the game. One score later by Seattle, a successful onside kick, another score by Seattle and a two point conversion, and the Packers were stunned to be losing 19-22. A quick field goal by Green Bay tied it, but Seattle won the coin toss in over-time and won the game with a touchdown. Fortunately for HC McCarthy, he does have a Superbowl win (2010), or his legacy in Green Bay would be for having successful regular season records, and crumbling in the playoffs.

2015 Team Outlook–
The Green Bay Packers have dominated the NFC North Division since 2011, and they will so again on 2015. The Lions, Bears and Vikings all have good, competitive teams going into the 2015 season, but none of them can put onto the field the caliber of offensive and defensive personnel that Green Bay can. The Packer’s coaching staff, quarterback, running backs and defense either rival or are superior to the the rest of the teams in the NFC North. Even their receiving corps should be considered superior, except the Packers are facing a free agency decision with WR Randall Cobb, who is a key part of that offense. If he leaves, their receiving corps takes a hit. Fullback John Kuhn could also be leaving.

2015 Fantasy Outlook–

QB– It’s hard to believe that it has been nine years, since Aaron Rodgers had to sit and watch as team after team passed him up in the 2005 NFL Draft. QB Rodgers wasn’t selected until the 24th overall pick came in, by the Green Bay Packers. 5 wide receivers were selected before Aaron Rodgers, and none of them are still playing in the NFL. The Cleveland Browns, who have had nothing but quarterback fiascoes for decades, passed up Rodgers and selected WR Braylon Edwards with their 3rd overall pick. Using 1st round picks on college quarterbacks is risky business, that’s a given, but the Browns still have to feel sick looking back on that 2005 draft. Aaron Rodgers is a great, great player. He can do it all, and that’s all there is that needs saying about him.

RBs– Two running backs recently came into the NFL after having played for the Alabama Crimson Tide…RB Trent Richardson and RB Eddie Lacy. RB Richardson is looking like one of the biggest busts to come into the NFL of late. He was the 3rd overall selection in the first round by the Cleveland Browns in 2012, but now sits on the Indianapolis Colts roster. RB Eddie Lacy on the other hand, is looking like a steal from the 2013 draft, having dropped all the way down to the 61st selection of the 2nd round. (Actually, none of the 2012 running backs selected from the first 3 rounds of the 2012 draft have done very well in the NFL, which is a big reason no RB was selected at all in the 1st round of the the 2013 draft.) In 2014, RB Lacy totaled over 1500+ yards from scrimmage and scored 13 TDs (4 were receiving TDs) He’s a strong, durable running back with a trade mark “spin move” that can make defenders miss badly. Powerful at the goal line, and elusive in the passing game. RB Lacy is a top 5 RB going into the 2015 season.

WRs– To go with one of the NFL’s best quarterbacks, the Green Bay Packers just so happen to have the #2 and #6 wide receivers in the league from 2014, catching his passes. WR Jordy Nelson, drafted in the 2nd round of the 2008 NFL draft, was second only to Pittsburgh’s WR Antonio Brown in the receiving yards last season and tied for 2nd in the league with 13 TD receptions. He has great hands, fantastic speed and should easily rank in the top 5 of wide receivers next season. WR Randall Cobb is Green Bay’s other star receiver and he ranked 6th in the NFL with 1324 total yards and 12 TDs, Cobb is a free agent this year, and there are a lot of teams that want him. He may elect to take less, and stay with Green Bay. (Last year WR Eric Decker chased the money to New York, leaving Denver and QB Peyton Manning, and he ended the 2014 season as the 28th ranked WR. He was #8 in 2013.) If WR Cobb does leave, GB has a young wide receiver in WR Davante Adams, one of the talented rookie WRs that came into the league in 2014. WR Adams is a sleeper for the 2015 season, whether Cobb leaves or not. UPDATE: WR Randall Cobb re-signed with GB.

TEs–
Although tight ends aren’t used in the GB offense like they used to be (in the days of Sterling Sharpe, Mark Chmura or Bubba Franks) the Packers still have a couple good ones, who find the end zone now and then. TE Andrew Quarless was the 26th ranked TE in 2014, with 323 yards and 3 TDs. The Packers also have rookie TE Richard Rodgers, no relation to the QB, who ranked #41 in 2014 with 225 yards and 2 TDs. Their only limitations are targets from QB Aaron Rodgers. UPDATE: Waived TE Brandon Bostick. 7/4/2015 interestingly, the Packers have no plans to release TE Andrew Quarless following his July 4 arrest for firing a gun twice in the air during an altercation.

K– Mason Crosby has been with the Packers for the past 8 seasons. He was selected by Green Bay in the sixth round of the 2007 NFL Draft. K Crosby had a rough 2013 season, but HC McCarthy believed him and stuck with him, which paid off in 2014. Crosby ended the season as the 3rd ranked kicker in the NFL, knocking in 34 of his 40 attempts for field goals. With such a potent offense, Crosby is a strong candidate to finish in the top 5 again in 2015.

DEF– The Green Bay staff does a great job selecting players in the NFL drafts, for both their offense and their defense. Although not yet a Pro-bowler, Haha Clinton-Dix played like one at times for the Packers. He was the 1st overall selection in 2014. With names like Clay Matthews, Julius Peppers and Nick Perry leading the way, the Packers have one of the top defenses in the league. The Packers have a lot of players either coming back from injuries or are currently free agents, so they have issues keeping this defense together.

2014 Green Bay Fantasy Surprises–
The Packers offense is a well oiled machine, so there aren’t a lot of surprises. RB Lacy had some durability issues when playing for Alabama, but he’s only missed one game in the NFL since being drafted, perhaps that’s a surprise.

2015 Free Agents That Green Bay Needs to Address–
QB Matt Flynn- FB John Kuhn- WR Randall Cobb (re-signed)- OT Byran Bulaga (re-signed)- DE B J Raji (re-signed)- DT Letroy Guilon (re-signed)- LB Jamari Lattimore- CB Jarrett Bush- CB Davon House- LCB Tramon Williams

2015 NFL Draft–
The immediate needs of Green Bay are on defensive, depth at right tackle, and at the corner back position. The Packer’s have a lot of defensive players possibly heading for free agency, so they need depth on defense everywhere (DT and DE), Byran Bulaga’s contract is up so the Packers need help pass-blocking (OT) and they could easily lose Tramon Williams and House (CB). UPDATE: Green Bay’s entire 2015 NFL Draft can be seen at this link- GREEN BAY’S DRAFT

Did You Know–
The waiting list for Packer season tickets is over 86,000 names long, making the average wait to be 30+ years. With only 90 tickets turned over annually, it would be 955 years before the newest name on the list got a ticket. Typically, new fans to Lambeau Field are the beneficiary of season tickets that have been willed to them by next of kin.

All team reports
can be seen at this link- TEAM REPORTS

Team home page: www.packers.com