Daybreak Doppler: Is it Dom or is it Ted?
This week’s Daybreak Doppler Dames theme is some of my selections for the Maxim 2014 Hot 100 list.
Handing out some grades, Green Bay Packers 2013 Report Card: Offense .
Recapping the Final Radio Show for Packers QB Aaron Rodgers .
Your Bucks losing recap, Warriors 101, Bucks 80: Golden State is good, Bucks are not so good .
Getting you ready for tonight’s game, Illinois vs. Wisconsin preview: B5Q grills The Champaign Room .
Anonymous Eagle has their Four Factors: Marquette vs DePaul .
Disciples of Uecker with Brewers vs. Cardinals: Switching Positions .
It certainly doesn’t hurt, Is Having A Great Bullpen That Important?
Like this will work, A Football Fan Is Suing The NFL For Making It So Damn Hard To Get Super Bowl Tickets .
Making Jagermeister is complicated, How your favorite types of booze are created: a visual breakdown .
This looks delicious, French Fry Hamburger Bun .
At least you beer won’t get warm, This German Igloo Village Is Your New Dream Holiday Destination .
Combination Blame – The Packers defense this year was less than stellar. Many, including myself at times, firmly placed the blame on defensive coordinator Dom Capers. As cliché as it sounds it almost seems like the game has passed Capers by as he trots out the same predictable alignments game after game. While there may be some onus on Capers for his defensive play calling blame also has to be sent towards Packers GM Ted Thompson who simply didn’t give Capers the best players to work with. We see it season after season with Thompson in that he constantly & stubbornly will not sign free agents & sticks with the players he’s drafted. The problem here is that while Thompson has had some great hits in the draft, he’s had some misses too & he steadfastly refuses to replace those misses with players outside of the team. Sure, I understand there were key injuries this past season too & that doesn’t help but that too then goes on Thompson for not having serviceable back-ups in place. Whether or not Capers keeps his job is yet to be determined (I think he sticks around) but no matter what Thompson needs to do a better job of putting higher performing defensive players on the field, even if that means through free agency.
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