2010 NFL Draft: Are the Green Bay Packers But One Pick Away From the Super Bowl?

March 24, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

This is the third in my series of articles examining potential draft strategies for the Green Bay Packers. I’ve previously identified the Packers' five primary needs to be at offensive tackle, cornerback, outside linebacker, running back, and safety.
In Article 1 , I proposed the Packers re-sign their own free agents, sign one free agent from another team to address one need, and trade down to obtain four picks in Rounds Two and Three to use on the other four needs.
In Article 2 , I looked at trade-up scenarios and the players who would make that a worthwhile strategy. A potential game-changer like CJ Spiller would be one example.
In this article, I will examine possible draft strategies assuming the Packers do not make any trades.

This strategy says you take your highest rated player available, regardless of position or need. This is usually the strategy that Ted Thompson employs. Although it would appear he may have ...

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