#1 Let’s look at the first-round draft picks of von liny195 03.12.2019 08:20

the NFC North rivals to the Packers." />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhiteAcme Packing Companya Green Bay Packers communityLog In or Sign UpLog InSign UpFanpostsFanshotsSectionsPackersOddsAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections The APC PodcastPackers Film RoomFantasy Football AdviceCDTShareTweetShareShareNFL Draft First Round: Lions Lance Kendricks Color Rush Jersey , Vikings counter Packers’ defensive picks by going offenseChristopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY SportsThe first round of the draft came and went for the NFL on Thursday night, and boy was it a doozy. There was a lot of movement with teams (including the Packers) moving up for their picks and a bunch of teams marred with question marks by draft pundits.Of course, the Chicago Bears already swapped out their first-round draft pick for Khalil Mack in a trade with the Raiders last season (and he’s pretty good), so I’m sure they’re not too worried about missing out. But the Detroit Lions picked at the eighth spot, the Packers at 12 and again after moving up to 21 at the expense of two fourth-round picks, and the Minnesota Vikings made their first-round selection at pick 18. We’re about to take a look at the draft picks the NFC North teams not located in Green Bay made.Detroit Lions: T.J. Hockenson, TE, Iowa // Pick 8Hockenson had been mocked quite frequently to the Packers at 12 https://www.thepackersfanshop.com/Davon-House-Jersey , but the Lions decided to grab him up, assuring that he had no chance to find himself in green and gold. Another weapon for Matthew Stafford, Hockenson fills a void that was left last year when Eric Ebron was having a career year in Indianapolis. Hockenson has the chance to be the next great tight end in the NFL – if the Lions use him correctly. He’s a big tight end who has great pass catching skills, but is still an able and willing blocker. He draws comparisons to Travis Kelce, but it’s tough to tell now if he’ll hit that ceiling. Should the Packers be worried about the move? Probably a little. The Lions don’t have Golden Tate anymore, but Kenny Golladay is also a big target to go along with their new 6-foot-5 tight end. Head coach Matt Patricia does have experience being on the same coaching staff that worked with Rob Gronkowski, so they might be continuing to think along the lines of being the Patriots of the NFC. Minnesota Vikings: Garrett Bradbury, C Bryan Bulaga Jersey , NC State // Pick 18The suggestion here on Draft Twitter was that Bradbury could slide in at center for the Vikings and push Pat Elflein out to a guard position. This is a draft pick that brings some much-needed help on the offensive line for the Vikings to keep would-be pass rushers out of Kirk Cousins’ face and open some inside lanes for Dalvin Cook to exploit. Bradbury has great balance in pass protection, but he’s not the quickest off the line-of-scrimmage and is slightly undersized. He can, of course, put on more size at the NFL level, but that might require him sacrificing some more burst. And Kenny Clark is one of the quickest defensive tackles in the league getting off the snap. The good news for Vikings fans is that Bradbury is relatively new to the center position and has been getting better and better. He was a tight end when he initially came to NC State, but converted to line. In his final two seasons, he improved as a blocker in both the run and the pass, per Pro Football Focus. They also have him graded highly as a pass protector for not giving up too many pressures in pass protection (just 10 in 2018).Should the Packers be worried here? Again J'Mon Moore Color Rush Jersey , maybe slightly. It’s not the move that turns a franchise into an instant winner, but getting the pieces to put together a solid offensive line allows the team to build a foundation that reaches across the rest of the offense. As stated before, keeping Cousins upright is a priority and a lack of offensive line depth made that prospect much bleaker before this pick. The Pack will have to get a little more creative with their pass rush schemes now that Bradbury is in the fold. Packers receiver Davante Adams warmed up with teammates for the first time since injuring his toe in Week Four against the Eagles. Adams, though, remained a non-participant in practice Wednesday.Instead, he returned inside with athletic trainer Bryan Engel when his teammates began going through individual drills.Packers coach Matt LaFleur said Adams’ status for this week could go right up to game time.“I want him to come back when he feels healthy,” quarterback Aaron Rodgers said, via video from Keith Jenkins of the Associated Press. “He’s going to push himself https://www.thepackersfanshop.com/Nick-Perry-Jersey , and he has an extremely high pain tolerance, so I wouldn’t ever rule him out because if you start doing that you might piss him off even more to get out there. Maybe you should start ruling him out a little bit before he rules himself out. Excited to get him back, but I want him to be healthy first and foremost. That’s a tough injury to deal with, and you’ve seen other top receivers who’ve had similar injuries and have been inactive most of the season. I’d love for him to get as healthy as possible before he comes back.”Offensive tackle Bryan Bulaga (rest), tight end Jimmy Graham (ankle), tight end Marcedes Lewis (rest), Rodgers (knee) and cornerback Tramon Williams (knee) were limited.

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