Green Bay Packers Unit Grades, Volume IX: Defensive Coaches

June 11, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

This is one of the toughest analyses of the Green Bay Packers to make.
For one thing, there are the usual difficulties in grading a coaching staff, such as how much credit or blame goes to the coaches vs. the players. In the case of the Packers defense, there were areas they absolutely shined and areas they absolutely bombed.
And then there are the injuries. Can a coach realistically be expected to get as much from a free agent signed mid-season off the street as he would have gotten from the experienced and proven player whose place he took?
Not really, but then what is a reasonable expectation for that player? You cannot simply excuse horrible play, either.
With excuses for any difference of opinion firmly intact, it is time to set out to make these assessments for the defensive assistants. Click on these links to see the analysis of the offensive assistants and the rest of the coaching staff.
Dom Capers: B
Capers' system generated the most interception...

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