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    Re: First-Round Pick Justin Harrell a Long Way From Cracking Packers' Starting Lineu

    "Zeus" wrote:
    "ItalianStallion" wrote:
    "thevikingfan" wrote:
    "ItalianStallion" wrote:
    I think you can count the amount of good draft picks by the Packers in the last decade with one hand.
    yea there is.....and then theres is....i cant think of any.......
    Barnett and Hawk are pretty good players, none others come to mind.
    The following are all starters not picked in the 1st round (which is part of my definition of a good draft pick).
    The Kampmenn and Driver picks are especially good, given their production over the years.

    Brady Poppinga in the 4th in 2005.
    Nick Collins in the 2nd in 2005.
    Aaron Kampmenn in the 5th in 2002.
    Chad Clifton in the 2nd in 2000.
    Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila in the 5th in 2000.
    Donald Driver in the 7th in 1999.

    =Z=
    Is Bbaja-Biamila a starter anymore? Cullen Jenkins took over a lot of his time last year, and I just read he's doing good enough in camp that he has a good chance of winning the starting job.
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    Re: First-Round Pick Justin Harrell a Long Way From Cracking Packers' Starting Lineu

    "farvathevikinglover" wrote:
    "Zeus" wrote:
    "ItalianStallion" wrote:
    "thevikingfan" wrote:
    "ItalianStallion" wrote:
    I think you can count the amount of good draft picks by the Packers in the last decade with one hand.
    yea there is.....and then theres is....i cant think of any.......
    Barnett and Hawk are pretty good players, none others come to mind.
    The following are all starters not picked in the 1st round (which is part of my definition of a good draft pick).
    The Kampmenn and Driver picks are especially good, given their production over the years.

    Brady Poppinga in the 4th in 2005.
    Nick Collins in the 2nd in 2005.
    Aaron Kampmenn in the 5th in 2002.
    Chad Clifton in the 2nd in 2000.
    Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila in the 5th in 2000.
    Donald Driver in the 7th in 1999.

    =Z=
    Is Bbaja-Biamila a starter anymore? Cullen Jenkins took over a lot of his time last year, and I just read he's doing good enough in camp that he has a good chance of winning the starting job.
    i read an article someplace that he might be on the chopping block.
    so you might see him end up a cut.
    even though there really is no reason to, cuz they are well underneath the cap but it might have something to do with him wanting playing time.
    i can't remember where i read it and what exactly the issue was.
    LET THAT WHICH DOES NOT MATTER, TRULY SLIDE

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    Re: First-Round Pick Justin Harrell a Long Way From Cracking Packers' Starting Lineu

    "farvathevikinglover" wrote:
    "Zeus" wrote:
    "ItalianStallion" wrote:
    "thevikingfan" wrote:
    "ItalianStallion" wrote:
    I think you can count the amount of good draft picks by the Packers in the last decade with one hand.

    yea there is.....and then theres is....i cant think of any.......
    Barnett and Hawk are pretty good players, none others come to mind.
    The following are all starters not picked in the 1st round (which is part of my definition of a good draft pick).
    The Kampmenn and Driver picks are especially good, given their production over the years.

    Brady Poppinga in the 4th in 2005.
    Nick Collins in the 2nd in 2005.
    Aaron Kampmenn in the 5th in 2002.
    Chad Clifton in the 2nd in 2000.
    Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila in the 5th in 2000.
    Donald Driver in the 7th in 1999.

    =Z=
    Is Bbaja-Biamila a starter anymore? Cullen Jenkins took over a lot of his time last year, and I just read he's doing good enough in camp that he has a good chance of winning the starting job.
    Screw the Pukers...we need to kick their dimply buttocks twice this year!!!
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    And him!
    So sorry, you bunch of yellow bellies!!!!!


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    Re: First-Round Pick Justin Harrell a Long Way From Cracking Packers' Starting L

    "ItalianStallion" wrote:
    "Zeus" wrote:
    "ItalianStallion" wrote:
    "thevikingfan" wrote:
    "ItalianStallion" wrote:
    I think you can count the amount of good draft picks by the Packers in the last decade with one hand.
    yea there is.....and then theres is....i cant think of any.......
    Barnett and Hawk are pretty good players, none others come to mind.
    The following are all starters not picked in the 1st round (which is part of my definition of a good draft pick).
    The Kampmenn and Driver picks are especially good, given their production over the years.

    Brady Poppinga in the 4th in 2005.
    Nick Collins in the 2nd in 2005.
    Aaron Kampmenn in the 5th in 2002.
    Chad Clifton in the 2nd in 2000.
    Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila in the 5th in 2000.
    Donald Driver in the 7th in 1999.

    =Z=
    Poppinga blows, Collins is average at best, KGB is one dimensional and hasn't been good in years, Clifton is good but overrated.

    Driver and kampman are both very good.
    With all due respect, Stallion, your personal opinion of the players' skill isn't the point.
    Those players are all starters and, in most cases, have been for a few years.
    I call that a "good draft pick", which is what I was answering.

    =Z=

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    Re: First-Round Pick Justin Harrell a Long Way From Cracking Packers' Starting Lineu

    "farvathevikinglover" wrote:
    "Zeus" wrote:
    "ItalianStallion" wrote:
    "thevikingfan" wrote:
    "ItalianStallion" wrote:
    I think you can count the amount of good draft picks by the Packers in the last decade with one hand.
    yea there is.....and then theres is....i cant think of any.......
    Barnett and Hawk are pretty good players, none others come to mind.
    The following are all starters not picked in the 1st round (which is part of my definition of a good draft pick).
    The Kampmenn and Driver picks are especially good, given their production over the years.

    Brady Poppinga in the 4th in 2005.
    Nick Collins in the 2nd in 2005.
    Aaron Kampmenn in the 5th in 2002.
    Chad Clifton in the 2nd in 2000.
    Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila in the 5th in 2000.
    Donald Driver in the 7th in 1999.
    Is Bbaja-Biamila a starter anymore? Cullen Jenkins took over a lot of his time last year, and I just read he's doing good enough in camp that he has a good chance of winning the starting job.
    I went off the depth chart listed at NFL.COM for the Pack.
    According to that, he is.

    =Z=

    Thanks to Josdin for the awesome sig!

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    [size=12pt]First-Round Pick Justin Harrell a Long Way From Cracking Packers' Starting Lineup[/size]
    Posted Aug 8th 2007 5:29PM
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    ...the Packers' first-round pick in this year's draft, is a big disappointment so far...
    bummer.

    LOL.....what the hell were the packers thinking?....reminds me of the infamous youtube video.

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    Re: First-Round Pick Justin Harrell a Long Way From Cracking Packers' Starting Lineu

    That is funny as hell!

    I get the most pissed off looks from people with my VKG 4 LFE Wisconsin license plate, and I LOVE IT!!

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    Re: First-Round Pick Justin Harrell a Long Way From Cracking Packers' Starting Lineu

    It was hilarious when they drafted him.
    In Berserker Yell there was about 10 instantaneous and simultaneous lol's and ROFL's.
    I think he was projected as a third rounder.

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    Re: First-Round Pick Justin Harrell a Long Way From Cracking Packers' Starting Lineu

    The fact they are starting is more indicative of how bad Green Bay is as a team than the quality of their pick.
    At the risk of pre-judging, Marcus Johnson and Troy Williamson are starters but not necessarily good draft picks, especially considering we could have had players like Shawne Merriman and Frank Gore.

    Michael Bennett, Chris Hovan, Nat Dorsey, Onterrio Smith, Eddie Johnson, Michael Nattiel, Keenan Howry, Raonall Smith, Willie Offord, Eric Kelly, Fred Robbins, Lewis Kelly, etc.

    ...were all starters but if you consider them good draft picks you have a skewed viewpoint IMO.



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