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In a report from the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy is "fed up" with GM Ted Thompson's "unwillingness to take a chance and reinforce the roster with veteran players." McCarthy got little help from Thompson in 2015 outside of the five selections in last years NFL draft
The past few seasons, we have learned that certain offensive systems in the NFL can dictate fantasy value and production. The Green Bay Packers are one of the best examples of this and have had many fantasy relevant players the past several years.
With Greg Jennings gone to the Minnesota Vikings and Donald Driver retiring, a trio of wide receivers are left for Aaron Rodgers to pitch the pigskin to in 2013. The real key on draft day is drafting the Packers wide receiver that offers the best value...
Green Bay added two explosive running backs in this years NFL draft. The Packers took Eddie Lacy in the second round at pick 61 and Johnathan Franklin in the fourth round at pick 125.
With Greg Jennings unlikely to remain with the Packers, his fantasy value for 2013 must be questioned. The “Rodgers to Jennings” combination has been a fixture in Green Bay. Having had Aaron Rodgers as his QB has helped Jennings be a top fantasy WR in each year of his seven year career.
Motivation is a powerful tool that can defy all odds. Unfortunately the Green Bay Packers know this too well as they have dropped two of their last three games after playing a Colts team Sunday that were riding high on emotion from the news that their head coach Chuck Pagano was hospitalized with leukemia.
The Kansas City Chiefs look to return key injured players, Matt Cassel (QB), Jamaal Charles (RB) and Eric Berry (S). Also look for Tony Moeaki (TE) to return after flashing potential with Cassel but missing last year with an ACL injury. Key additions for the Chiefs include tackle Eric Winston and running back Peyton Hillis both of which should help the run game and first round draft pick DT Dontari Poe.
With an outstanding regular season followed by a terrible post season the defending NFC North champions still have a great roster to build around, but have a few areas of need as the offseason heats up