As we race toward August, Footballguys.com will look at one team per day with our extremely in-depth Team Reports and our quick-hitting Team Mood and Players We're In and Out On, where we check out the overall mood of each team's offense and let you know the players we are in on (because they are great values at the cost it takes to acquire them) and who we're out on (because they are too expensive and won't have a good return on that investment).
Here are all of the Team Mood and Players We're In and Out On articles:
Arizona | Atlanta | Baltimore | Buffalo | Carolina | Chicago | Cincinnati | Cleveland | Dallas | Denver | Detroit | Green Bay | Houston | Indianapolis | Jacksonville | Kansas City | Las Vegas | LA Chargers | LA Rams | Miami | Minnesota | New England | New Orleans | NY Giants | NY Jets | Philadelphia | Pittsburgh | San Francisco | Seattle | Tampa Bay | Tennessee | Washington
Want a brief overview? Here it is:
Want a longer breakdown of how it's going in Green Bay? Read on.
Green Bay, Team Mood
- Good - 6
- Neutral - 9
- Bad - 0
Staffers in a Good Mood
- Andy Hicks: While Aaron Rodgers is here, the receivers will be put in the best position to succeed.
- Ben Cummins: Aaron Rodgers is the back-to-back MVP and the offense ranked second in DVOA last year.
- Dave Kluge: The absence of Adams and Valdes-Scantling is overblown. Rodgers will elevate everyone else around him on the way to another playoff run.
- Phil Alexander: Aaron Rodgers is more than capable of keeping the ship afloat without Davante Adams, and the running game remains strong.
- Jeff Bell: Full trust in Aaron Rodgers and Matt LaFleur to operate this system in a division ripe for points.
Staffers in a Neutral Mood
- Chad Parsons: Aaron Rodgers lifts the lid for any collection of weapons in a passing game. This is the most uncertain wide receiver group since Rodgers became the starter.
- Jason Wood: Losing Davante Adams is going to be hard to overcome when it’s Super Bowl or bust.
- Sam Wagman: Can the team overcome the loss of Davante Adams in a Super Bowl window?
- Christian Williams: Aaron Rodgers helps ease the loss of Davante Adams, but it's inevitable that the unit takes a step back in 2022.
- Victoria Geary: Losing Davante Adams may impact the offense's juice more than we are expecting.
- Alfredo Brown: Rodgers keeps this offense intriguing, but this could become a slow-paced and run-heavy offense without Davante Adams.
- Jeff Haseley: With Aaron Rodgers under center, anything is possible, which means players could come out of nowhere with fantasy relevance.
- Kevin Coleman: Any offense led by Rodgers could be top-10 in the league, but the loss of Davante Adams looms large.
- Ryan Weisse: I won't say bad, because they have Rodgers, but the loss of Adams is not easy to recover from for this offense.
- Zareh Kantzabedian: The run game will move into the spotlight to compensate for the lack of primary wide receivers.
Staffers in a Bad Mood
Players We're In On at Cost
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