Taylor Mays or Anthony Davis: Who Should the Packers Take on Draft Day?

March 26, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

It's almost odd thinking back to this time last year and realising that all Packer fans were looking at their potential team as "could be's" rather than "should be's," but boy, how things have changed.
From 6-10 in 2008, to 11-5 in 2009, analysts and so-called experts have put forward the simple yet promising statement that the Green Bay Packers of today are possibly a mere draft pick away from Super Bowl success.
With needs listing as long as Barack Obama's health care plans, it is vital that Ted Thompson gets this NFL Draft right, and more importantly selects the right pick to better help the Green Bay Packers in the ever-so-tough NFC North division. 
Last year, we saw the arrival of BJ Raji to the Packers depth chart, and it's safe to say that the former Boston College defensive lineman has helped solidify the newly formed 3-4 defense just enough to give Green Bay a new title of a feared defensive powerhouse, rather than one that could just make plays happen.

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