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    Re: What's so great about Dom Capers?

    I like capers. I like 'em in an herbed sour cream sauce over grilled fish

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    Re: What's so great about Dom Capers?

    "jargomcfargo" wrote:
    "dfosterf" wrote:
    Raji is hurt.

    He will be in the rotation for both NT and DE.
    It might be as early as this week.


    We will be running a rotation like we did in '07 with our DL prior to Jolly getting injured that year.





    As for Raji, it appears he will be a beast at the NFL level.

    The Packers defense should be improved.

    The Vikings offense should be improved.

    Going to be an exciting year.

    Yes.
    (Don't tell anyone I agreed with you though---I'm in unreasonable mode and wouldn't want that kind of thing to get out.
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    Re: What's so great about Dom Capers?

    "dfosterf" wrote:
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    Silly Vikings fan.
    ;D
    What......... 27-24...... it is a good effort even in a loss to the bears!

    LOL! For a moment I thought you were serious.

    Not biting this week.
    You come get me in week 4.
    I will not be available after the first week, because I am too
    nice a fellow, and there is NO WAY I'm going to point out how badly we mauled the Browns and set you guys up for more of your classic delusions in large part due to that (meaningless) pre-season game...not after they beat you this week...
    It just wouldn't be nice. :P
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    Re: What's so great about Dom Capers?

    I will admit that the Packers have made the right draft choices for a 3-4 in Raji and Mathews.
    Both fit the scheme well and if GB continues to get players to fit they could have a better D.
    But I doubt they will be very effective this year.

    What will help the D more than anything is GB's high flying offense.
    If they can get a good lead and force their opponents to pass, then blitzing will be very effective.
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    Re: What's so great about Dom Capers?

    "gagarr" wrote:
    I will admit that the Packers have made the right draft choices for a 3-4 in Raji and Mathews.
    Both fit the scheme well and if GB continues to get players to fit they could have a better D.
    But I doubt they will be very effective this year.

    What will help the D more than anything is GB's high flying offense.
    If they can get a good lead and force their opponents to pass, then blitzing will be very effective.
    Of all the things that I'm somewhat concerned about when it comes to GB..
    That's the big one.
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    Re: What's so great about Dom Capers?

    Capers is a hero, especially if you are on your 19th point beer, ran out of tp, and have yet to realize that the town ogre is about to wake up in your bed.
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    Re: What's so great about Dom Capers?

    Capers rocks

    He will do wonders there

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    Re: What's so great about Dom Capers?

    I'm back again to say "What's so great about Dom Capers?"

    Packers D is currently ranked:
    19th overall
    15th passing
    18th rushing
    18th in scoring giving up 46pts
    But are leading the league in INT's with 6 thanks to Cutler

    Also for the ultra aggressive Dom Capers D:
    12th (tied) in sacks with 4
    8 QB hurries out of 62 dropbacks

    LOL!
    Average at best!
    IMO, their personnel doesn't match a Capers 3-4 and what they have can't execute.
    Maybe in a couple years they will have those worked out, but by Capers track record his D's go down hill.

    I'm sure Capers D will look good against the Rams offense, who has only scored 7pts total this year.
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    Re: What's so great about Dom Capers?

    So far.. I will admit I am mildly disappointed with Capers ability to adjust within the game to take things away from the opponents as well as, IMO, taking full advantage of the personnel available to him. IE.. taking advantage of a thumping linebacker to help against the running attack while we are getting killed inside.

    Mostly though.. assignment sure coached team.. just not as adjusting as I would have hoped through 3 weeks.

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    Re: What's so great about Dom Capers?

    "pack93z" wrote:
    So far.. I will admit I am mildly disappointed with Capers ability to adjust within the game to take things away from the opponents as well as, IMO, taking full advantage of the personnel available to him. IE.. taking advantage of a thumping linebacker to help against the running attack while we are getting killed inside.

    Mostly though.. assignment sure coached team.. just not as adjusting as I would have hoped through 3 weeks.
    Sorry Pack, but that is an understatement.
    They let the RAMS hang with them for three quarters!
    I was starting the think about an upset when Driver made that circus catch and seemed to wake everybody up.
    At least somebody came to play football.

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