Daybreak Doppler: Pros & Cons With Charles Woodson
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Let’s See What We Have Here – One position which the Packers didn’t address in the draft is that of Safety. Now, common sense would dictate that Ted Thompson & Mike McCarthy are better talent evaluators than fans because, you know, it’s their job. Obviously they have faith in McMillian &/or Jennings opposite Burnett this season. That of course doesn’t keep some Packers fans from clamoring for the team to bring back Charles Woodson. So let’s take a look at the pros & cons of bringing Charles Woodson back:
Pros: Leadership, um…
Cons: Can’t cover like he used to, not an every down player anymore, has definitely lost a step & would take time away from developing players.
The thought of having Charles Woodson back in the Green & Gold is nice from a sentimental standpoint but from a football standpoint I just don’ think it makes a lot of sense for this team at this time. Last year the Packers kept Donald Driver mostly because had they not it would’ve been a PR nightmare after the DWTS win & Driver is a huge fan favorite. You only need to look at the end of the season to realize that the decision to keep Driver around was a sentimental (and face saving) one. I don’t expect the Packers to take that route this time around & as much as part of me will miss seeing Woodson suit up every Sunday for the Packers, the decision to not bring him back is the right one.
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