I like Marty Bennett. He has good hands, and can throw blocks. I've never been a Hundley fan. Despite what was darned good stats in preseasons, there's something lacking in his game. It's the ability to make the big plays when it looks like all is lost. I saw both Hill and Callahan doing that. Forget the talent level they were playing against, go with their ability to put the ball into narrow openings for big time completions, and their ability to improvise. If Hundley doesn't show more in the next game, in comparison to those two, I'd be looking at him as out the door. Sorry! My opinion. Davis just beat Janis out of a job, in my opinion. Two amazing punt returns. He has good field vision, and is fast. He can get past people with a burst. He also appears to be a route runner, and that translates into someone that Rodgers likes on the field. I'm afraid I've already determined what "six" receivers I'd keep, and yes, there are six. Nelson, Cobb, Adams are the top three. After that, McCaffery. He can flat out catch passes, and has one heck of a vertical. Watching Callahan throw a couple of "jump balls" for distance to him, and how he went up for the ball? It was amazing. Only Nelson has shown that on our roster. Davis, because of his punt return capability. Last, but not least, Yancey, has the upper hand. It could change, if Dupre can come back and make a good showing. If we go with 5, I'd try to keep Yancey on the practice squad. I'm saying goodbye to both Janis & Allison. They just don't have that much improvement in them, the three I chose do. Once again, my opinion. I'm still not a bit satisfied in how well our kicking game is going to work, come opening day. I still might want to see Goode back. As far as Crosby, he's fine. Will have another great year, unless they tinker too much with the long snapper and holder. It's all on Zook at this point. Justin Vogel is a solid punter. Five of his six punts were inside the 20, and there was only 3 yards of return against him, and six punts. He also averaged 44 yards per punt. He sure beats last year's punting fiasco. Rounding out the special teams play, it was good, for the most part, but because of individual effort, nothing to do with schemes, etc. Davis was the star with his two huge punt returns. I'm hoping that what we saw was just the beginning of what could be special teams that are game changers. My opinion from game one. Everything we talked about as being good with our defense came true. The problem is, so did all the things we throught were wrong. The Eagles could not run against us, tackle to tackle. When they did get outside it gets a little hazy. Morgan Burnett showed he likes to hit people. Solid play, and picked up on outside runs very well, making tackles. Missed a couple though towards the middle of the field. Gotta clean that up. Kevin King is tall, big, and going to be one great cornerback. He's going to make people pay for running in his direction, and making those short catches on his side the of field. He's also going to be a force to contend with when you throw that ball up in the air, thinking your guy is the only one who can catch it. I have news for you. King does it as well as anyone I've seen in quite a while. I hate to bring this up, but we sucked when it came to passes between the hash marks, regardless of distance. They took a good look at Josh Hawkins and Marwin Evans last night. They played fairly well, from what I could see. One of them might have an outside chance of making the teams, but I think seeing Evans on the practice squad is the best we'll get. Josh Jones is not going to be cut, and the Packers will go with veterans to round out the four they keep, and they'll have a hybrid who can go both CB and safety as well. Like I said, adding King at CB is huge. He's going to be special out there. Remember, this is "first game analysis," not a body of work to reference. Our defensive line can stop the run, tackle to tackle. I saw us "bunch up," and give the offensive line a chance to stop us on a few blitzes, because we'd have eight guys inside the tackles. You run each other over that way, and the blockers become a wall. Great idea when it's a running play, but when it's a guaranteed pass? Who's calling those defensive plays? Needs to have their head examined. As far as our linebackers, there's talent, now how well will they be utilized? I wasn't impressed in their coverage of the middle range passes between the hash marks. It's more a matter of scheme than individual player talent. It's going to be a problem. We're going to be easy targets for teams that choose to exploit the weakness. Let's see what happens over the next three games. I might change my mind, but based on Capers history of defense, I doubt it. Impressive showing or not? I think it was more impressive than most first game showings the Packers have had, under McCarthy. I saw a few guys making plays, who can add to this team, and I saw some injuries that could hurt us, and the season hasn't even started. Even having Biegel on the bench with a foot injury, and those added this week.... scary possibilities. Just my opinion, from one game with 90 guys taking the field. It was interesting though. I don't say that too often with early preseason games.