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On Monday as the Green Bay Packers began their preparations to play the Chicago Bears, the team made a notable personnel move to bolster the depth on the offensive line. This move came as little surprise, but it is notable nonetheless as the Packers get ready to face a tough slate of pass-rushers in the coming weeks as they run the NFC North gauntlet.
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The move was to activate offensive tackle Jared Veldheer from the commissioner’s exempt list, placing him on the 53-man roster. To make room for Veldheer, the Packers waived another reserve lineman, Adam Pankey.
The Packers claimed Veldheer on waivers last week, a day after the New England Patriots cut him loose following his decision to come out of retirement. Veldheer had signed with the Patriots in May, but retired only a few days later. The Packers received a roster exemption to bring him onto the team as he re-acclimated to a normal practice schedule over the past week.
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Veldheer will likely be a top candidate to back up both of the Packers’ veteran offensive tackles, Bryan Bulaga and David Bakhtiari. Alex Light and Billy Turner are other options, but Veldheer provides a proven veteran down the depth chart. Interestingly, however, the Packers list Veldheer as the primary backup at left tackle and left guard, while Light appears as the second-stringer at right tackle.
For Pankey, this is the fourth time that the Packers have waived him off the active roster. He failed to make the initial 53 at final cuts each of the past three years, landing on Green Bay’s practice squad in 2017 and 2018 while signing with the Titans’ practice squad this September. However, the Packers signed him to their 53 each of the past three seasons as insurance and he has spent a total of 30 game weeks on the roster. But despite that tenure, he has been active on the gameday 46-man roster just twice, once each in 2017 and 2018.
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Pankey’s jobless term lasted just one day, however; on Tuesday, the Miami Dolphins claimed him on waivers.
With the Packers remaining largely healthy, the Packers would seem unlikely to make any other significant roster transactions this week as they get ready to host the Bears in week 15. However, the team did host a workout for at least one player on Tuesday, according to ESPN’s Rob Demovsky. That player was former first-round pick Joshua Garnett, an interior lineman who was drafted 28th overall by the San Francisco 49ers in 2016.
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Acme Packing Company profiled Garnett, who became known as a “legendary eater” at Stanford, at the 2016 NFL Combine prior to his selection. Garnett played in 15 games as a rookie, starting 11 for Chip Kelly’s 2-14 squad. However, after the 49ers hired Kyle Shanahan was hired to coach the team in 2017, Garnett missed his second year on injured reserve with a knee injury, and he played in just seven games in 2018 before being released at final cuts this August.
Following some lackluster weeks, the Green Bay Packers found ways to get the ball in the hands of their backfield playmaker, Aaron Jones. He got over 15 carries for only the third time this season, and added six receptions for a total of 22 touches. His touch numbers need to be similar to that every week from now on if this team wants to keep winning.
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On his 16 carries, he gained 134 yards, an average of an absurd 8.4 yards per carry and a touchdown. His six catches netted him 58 yards, giving him 192 total yards from scrimmage on the day. His biggest catch of the day was a 25 yard reception on 3rd and 14 to pick up a huge first down deep in Green Bay territory. He’s become a certified go-to guy and should get the touches of one every week for the rest of the season.
The Green Bay Packers have three games to go against the NFC North. Can they win each one?
Three games are left. All of them are against division opponents. The Green Bay Packers lead the way in the NFC North with a game against all of their rivals, and an opportunity to close out their first division win in three years. They enter Week 15 with a 10-3 record, sit in second position of the NFC and are close to securing a playoff berth.
Everything seems to be going well, right? Well, the wins are continuing to pile up, so yes. The Packers have lost three times, but bounced back each time with a victory the following week. Despite that, this doesn’t have the feel of a team about to turn it on in time for the playoffs.
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The Packers made a fast start against the Washington Redskins, but as they often have this season, fell away after the opening quarter and ended up having to hold on late in the game. It’s one thing for that to happen against the Minnesota Vikings, a division rival on course for a playoff berth and still competing for the NFC North title. But against a three-win team at home? Then there’s some cause for concern.
But, a win is a win. And the Packers already have 10 in the bag, putting them in a strong position ahead of three games against familiar opponents.
They have one win over each NFC North team so far this season. Can they complete the sweep?
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Defensive MVP – Adrian Amos
Contrary to what you’ve heard from any Chicago Bears fans, Adrian Amos is a playmaker. He has had clutch pass knock-downs in big spots in multiple games and has been a sure-handed tackler stopping the run up in the box or in the open field. This week he took it to another level.
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Amos had the second most tackles on the team with seven, six of them solo. That’s just scratching the surface, though. He had an interception to stamp out a Redskins drive at the end of the half that may have saved a field goal and a big sack earlier in the game. He also totaled two passes defended for the game. He has been a reliable leader for the back-end of this Green Bay Packers’ defense and on Sunday he was the guy making the big plays, all while wearing his purple cleats for his I’m Still Here Foundation, raising awareness of Alzheimer’s disease.
Special Teams MVP – Tyler Ervin
The Green Bay Packers have positive punt return yards! After an absolutely atrocious first 12 games in the return aspect, Tyler Ervin brought some much-needed stability to the position. He did what most fans always scream at the punt returner to do, run forward. He didn’t do any dancing around and returned four punts for 51 yards, an average of 12.8 yards per return with a long of 18 yards.
Ervin did his job well, but something that might have been lost in the shuffle was that Jaire Alexander was playing on punt coverage. One of the best corners in the league at shadowing a receivers movements was out there for the purpose of shadowing a gunner and not letting him get past him and to the returner. Alexander hadn’t played a special teams snap since week eight, and having him out there showed, as Ervin consistently had much more space than any Packer punt returner has had all season.
Blocks of the Game – Mercedes Lewis and Jake Kumerow
Mercedes Lewis has made a career as a great blocking tight end, but Jake Kumerow has made multiple impressive blocks on the interior this year to open up holes for the running backs. On this play, Aaron Jones was sprung free for a 42-yard gain by the guys both doing their jobs very well.
Kumerow motions behind the tight ends and, when the ball is snapped, attacks Landon Collins, one of the best run stuffing safeties in the league. He shows no fear of a physical guy like Collins and drives him about three yards up the field and completely out of the play. Lewis also goes up to the second level to get an inside linebacker and pushes him back as well, and Jones runs right between the two men and explodes for a huge gain.