Home

GB 2021: A Packers Franchise

This is a discussion on GB 2021: A Packers Franchise within the Football Dynasties forums.

Go Back   Operation Sports Forums > Dynasty Headquarters > Football Dynasties
Game of the Year 2021: Forza Horizon 5
Best Sports Game Trend in 2021: College Sports Coming Back
Best Franchise Mode in 2021: NBA 2K22
Reply
 
Thread Tools
Old 11-29-2021, 04:06 PM   #1
Rookie
 
MattyIce's Arena
 
OVR: 0
Join Date: Apr 2012
Location: Missouri
GB 2021: A Packers Franchise

2021 Packers Preview


All Madden Difficulty

13min Quarters

Sliders: Matt10





With the 2021 season set to begin, this Packers team faces many questions as they get ready to embark on another journey in search of their 14th Championship.



Matt Lafleur enters his third season as head coach coming off back-to-back NFC Championship appearances. Expectations remain high even for a coach only in his 3rd season. With Aaron Rodgers at the helm and a cast of stars around him, Coach Lafleur's Packers have their goals set on a Super Bowl run.




Offense



We expect big things again from an offense anchored by reigning MVP Aaron Rodgers and returning nearly all of its starters from a year ago

Aaron Jones will be highly featured in both the running and passing game, while 2nd year back AJ Dillon will provide an added punch with his bruising style of running.



The WR room will be led by All Pro WR Davante Adams coming off of a career year in which he caught an NFL best 18 TD's. Marquez Valdez Scantling and Allen Lazard will need to provide balance so that teams cannot focus solely on Adams. In addition, Green Bay is bringing back Randall Cobb to see if he can reignite some magic with his old buddy Aaron Rodgers.



Protecting Aaron Rodgers is one of the NFL's best offensive lines.

LT David Bakhtiari is as good as it gets and Elgton Jenkins is not far off that path. Those two should anchor Rodgers' blindside and provide plenty of protection for the left side of the line. The right side leaves room for some skepticism. RT Billy Turner can be inconsistent at times, while RG Lucas Patrick has not been great at times. Turner and Patrick will need to be at their best all season for this line to be elite. Rookie C Josh Myers will have big shoes to fill after the departure of Pro Bowl C Corey Linsley. Keep a close eye on Myers early in the season. Meyers will be given the starting job, but Lucas Patrick or Elgton Jenkins could step in if Meyers struggles early. Providing depth on the line are Tackles Dennis Kelly and Yosh Nijman and Guards Jon Runyan and Royce Newman.




Defense



Easily one of the biggest question marks this is how will this defense perform under new DC Joe Berry? The talent is certainly there. The results we will have to wait and see



Up front the Packers will Kenny Clark, Dean Lowry and Kinglsey Keke manning the interior of the line. TJ Slayton and Tyler Lancaster could also spell the DL at times.

Joe Berry has a three headed monster in Rashan Gary and the Smith brothers to rush the passer with. Expect a variety of different looks to get these three involved in the attack.



Interior LBs Krys Barnes and De'Vondre Campbell will need to provide stability for a Green Bay defense who struggles against the run. They are not very deep at ILB either with Ty Summers and Oren Burks mostly contributing on special teams.



Green Bay's secondary is one the best positional groups on the roster. Safeties Adrian Amos and Darnell Savage provide stability and and playmaking on the back end, and CB Jaire Alexander is among the NFL's elite shutdown corners. Kevin King and Chandon Sullivan both have plenty of NFL snaps in their career, but the production has not always been there. 1st Rd. draft pick Eric Stokes may be thrust into a starting role if either Sullivan or King struggle in coverage.

Last edited by MattyIce; 01-06-2022 at 02:23 PM.
MattyIce is offline  
Reply With Quote
Advertisements - Register to remove
Old 11-29-2021, 04:32 PM   #2
Rookie
 
MattyIce's Arena
 
OVR: 0
Join Date: Apr 2012
Location: Missouri
Re: GB 2021: A Packers Franchise

2021 Schedule Release


via packers.com

Last edited by MattyIce; 12-03-2021 at 10:28 AM.
MattyIce is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old 11-29-2021, 05:11 PM   #3
Rookie
 
MattyIce's Arena
 
OVR: 0
Join Date: Apr 2012
Location: Missouri
Re: GB 2021: A Packers Franchise

Season Preview/Predictions

via pff.com

Top Stories
-Will Bucs repeat as SB champs?
-Will Matthew Stafford put LA over the top?
-Which rookie QB will have the most success in '21?
-Can Aaron Rodgers get back to a SB?

------------------------------------
Division Winners
AFC North- Ravens
AFC South- Colts
AFC East- Bills
AFC West- Chiefs
--------------------------
NFC North- Packers
NFC South- Buccaneers
NFC East- Cowboys
NFC West- 49ers

SB Prediction
Packers defeat Chiefs

Last edited by MattyIce; 01-07-2022 at 09:13 AM.
MattyIce is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old 11-29-2021, 08:30 PM   #4
MVP
 
johnstone1987's Arena
 
OVR: 0
Join Date: Jan 2012
Location: Reno,NV
Re: GB 2021: A Packers Franchise

Big Packers fan so I'm definently following!
__________________
Teams

Green Bay Packers

Sacramento Kings

Seattle Mariners

San Jose Sharks


Seattle Sounders
johnstone1987 is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old 11-30-2021, 12:35 PM   #5
Rookie
 
SpursFiesta's Arena
 
OVR: 0
Join Date: May 2021
Re: GB 2021: A Packers Franchise

I'll be interested to see what you do with Rodgers long-term and if you decide to add anyone to the defensive line or the wide receiver room. Go Pack Go!
SpursFiesta is offline  
Reply With Quote
Advertisements - Register to remove
Old 12-02-2021, 01:38 PM   #6
Rookie
 
MattyIce's Arena
 
OVR: 0
Join Date: Apr 2012
Location: Missouri
Re: GB 2021: A Packers Franchise


via packerswire.usatoday.com

Week 1 Preview | September 12, 2021 | 4:25 ET FOX
at
Green Bay Packers
( 0-0, 0-0 Away)
New Orleans Saints
( 0-0, 0-0 Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
256.6 (9th)Passing Yards234.9 (19th)
132.4 (8th)Rushing Yards141.6 (6th)
31.8 (1st)Points Per Game30.1 (5th)
Defensive Stats Comparison
221.2 (7th)Passing Yards Allowed217 (5th)
112.8 (13th)Rushing Yards Allowed93.9 (4th)
23.1 (14th)Points Allowed21.1 (6th)
18 (25th)Takeaways26 (3rd)
Injury Report
LB De'Vondre Campbell (shoulder)
Probable
WR Chris Hogan (knee)
Out
RB Kylin Hill (ankle)
Out


Keys to the Game

Packers

Stop the run
The Saints boasted the NFL's 6th best rushing attack in 2020 and I would anticipate Sean Payton will look to give the ball to Alvin Kamara early and often. Especially against a Packers defense that struggles to stop the run. Krys Barnes and newly acquired LB De'Vondre Campbell will be tasked with containing Kamara and this rushing attack. Campbell missed the entire preseason with a sprained AC joint but practiced all week and is probable for today's game.

Takeaways
Green Bay's defense struggled last year to take the ball away from opponents and new DC Joe Berry wants to see improvement in this area of his defense. A matchup against Jameis Winston could be a good opportunity as long as Green Bay can capitalize on their chances.

Protection
In order to keep the Packers offense on the field it will be up to the Green Bay offensive line to keep a clean pocket around Aaron Rodgers. Expect Bakhtiari and Jenkins to hold up the blind side. Lucas Patrick, Billy Turner and rookie C Josh Myers will need to provide assistance against Cam Jordan and a stout Saints defensive front.


Saints

Contain Davante Adams
When it comes to stopping Green Bays high powered offense, the first priority is taking away Davante Adams. New Orleans needs to force Aaron Rodgers off his favorite target and make him rely on less talented options. If Adams has a big day, it could spell trouble for the Saints.

Time of Possession
The best way to neutralize MVP Aaron Rodgers is to keep him on the sideline. Sean Payton needs to get his ground game going behind Alvin Kamara and keep his offense in favorable down and distance to move the chains and dominate time of possession.

Pressure Aaron Rodgers
When Aaron Rodgers is on the field, the Saints need to make him uncomfortable. New Orleans have shown they have the ability to get after the quarterback as well as anybody. They must also keep the Superdome crowd in the game and make life difficult for Aaron Rodgers.

Last edited by MattyIce; 12-03-2021 at 11:19 AM.
MattyIce is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old 12-04-2021, 04:14 PM   #7
Rookie
 
MattyIce's Arena
 
OVR: 0
Join Date: Apr 2012
Location: Missouri
Re: GB 2021: A Packers Franchise

Final
Packers 14
Saints 24



The Packers dropped their season opener at New Orleans on Sunday. It was a game that was anyone's for the taking in the 4th quarter and New Orleans took advantage of mistakes and seized the opportunity. Green Bay took the lead just before half on an Aaron Rodgers touchdown pass to Davante Adams, their second scoring strike of the day. The Saints opened up the 4th quarter with a touchdown run from Jameis Winston to tie the game 14-14.
The Packers offense was driving back down the field and looked poised to come away with some points but AJ Dillon had the ball ripped out by Marcus Davenport. Jameis led them down the field and Alvin Kamara capped off the scoring drive with a 1 yard TD run.
With two minutes to go and needing a score, Aaron Rodgers was intercepted on the sideline by C.J Gardner Johnson. This was the final nail in the coffin for Green Bay as the Saints would kick a field goal to seal the 24-14 victory.
In the end, both teams played pretty well. But turnovers ended up costing the Packers. Green Bay's final three possessions of the game ended in a turnover. Head Coach Matt Lafleur noted " three turnovers to end the game is certainly not a winning formula. We have to take better care of the ball and we know that."




GameView

Green Bay Packers at New Orleans Saints
Sep 12, 20211ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Green Bay Packers (0-1)0140014
New Orleans Saints (1-0)0701724
Team Stats
GBNR
Total Offense316333
Rushing Yards62137
Passing Yards254196
First Downs1816
Turnovers30
3rd Down Conversion26
4th Down Conversion12
Posession Time22:0125:59
Scoring Summary
SECOND QUARTER SCORINGGNBNO
11:12(GB) D. Adams 12 Yd pass from A.Rodgers(M.Crosby kick)70
7:14(NO) T. Smith 14 Yd Pass from J.Winston(W.Lutz kick)77
0:04(GB) D. Adams 4 Yd pass from A.Rodgers(M.Crosby kick)147
FOURTH QUARTER SCORINGGNBNO
10:46(NO) J.Winston 4 Yd run(W.Lutz kick)1414
1:57(NO) A.Kamara 1 Yd run(W.Lutz kick)1421
0:53(NO) W.Lutz 36 Yd FG1424
Green Bay Packers
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
A.Rodgers21/3225422
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
A.Jones9333.70
A.Dillon6294.80
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
D.Adams911713.02
M.Valdes-Scantling57014.00
A.Lazard12121.00
R.Cobb3186.00
A.Jones2178.50
A.Dillon11111.00
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
D. Savage9000
D. Campbell8000
C.Sullivan7000
J. Alexander6000
A.Amos4000
K.King4000
K.Clark4000
K.Keke4100
H.Black4000
P.Smith3000
I.Yiadom2000
R.Gary2000
K.Barnes2000
Z.Smith1000
T.Summers1000
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
M.Crosby0/02/22-------
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
C.Bojorquez417744.33
New Orleans Saints
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
J.Winston19/2819610
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
A.Kamara211045.01
J.Winston9333.71
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
A.Kamara6579.50
D.Harris34916.30
M.Thomas22512.50
J.Johnson11919.00
T.Smith3155.01
A.Prentice11414.00
A.Trautman2126.00
M.Callaway155.00
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
C.Gardner-Johnson9010
M.Williams6000
M.Lattimore5000
J.Holmes51.000
D.Onyemata5100
B.Roby4000
M.Jenkins4000
C.Jordan31.500
M.Davenport30.500
J.Smith3000
K.Alexander1000
P.Williams1000
D.Davis1010
B.Poole1000
Z.Baun1000
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
W.Lutz1/13/3637
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
B.Gillikin416842.02

Last edited by MattyIce; 12-04-2021 at 10:39 PM.
MattyIce is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old 12-04-2021, 10:35 PM   #8
Rookie
 
MattyIce's Arena
 
OVR: 0
Join Date: Apr 2012
Location: Missouri
Re: GB 2021: A Packers Franchise


Week 1 Recap


-Dak,Cowboys spoil Bucs ring ceremony

-Saints get statement win over Pack

-Baker outduels Mahomes in shootout at Arrowhead

-Pats get win in Mac's debut

-Wilson throws 3 INT's in Jet's loss

NFL Week 1
Thursday Night FootballPassingRushingReceiving
Cowboys 35 at Buccaneers 21D. Prescott 25/30 283yds 2TD; 1INTE.Elliott 22att 79yds; 2TDM.Evans 9 rec.122yds;2TD
NFL SundayPassingRushingReceiving
Jaguars 31 at Texans 35D. Watson 20/32 227yds; 3TD,2 INTJ.Robinson 24att 108yds, 1TDAmendola 7rec. 95yds, 1TD
Chargers 16 at Football Team 21R.Fitzpatrick 17/24; 242yds 2TD 1 INTJ.McKissic 20att 85ydsK.Allen 4rec. 83yds
Seahawks 7 at Colts 10C.Wentz 13/20 154 yds 1TD 3 INTM.Mack 20att 73ydsT. Hilton 6 rec. 98yds, 1TD
Jets 7 at Panthers 17S. Darnold 19/27 175yds 2 TDC.McCaffrey 15att 58ydsJ.Crowder 6rec.102yds
Vikings 19 at Bengals 31J.Burrow 14/26 206yds, 1TDJ.Mixon 20att 71yds 3TDD.Westbrook 6rec. 91yds
Cardinals 17 at Titans 10K.Murray 22/30 252ydsK.Murray 16att 63ydsD.Hopkins 11rec.128yds
49ers 42 at Lions 7J.Garoppolo 18/22 168yds 3TDR.Mostert 20att 104yds 1TDB.Aiyuk 6rec.53yds 1 TD
Steelers 19 at Bills 14B.Roethlisberger 15/29 217ydsN.Harris 16att 143yds 1TDD.Johnson 4 rec. 80yds
Eagles 27 at Falcons 13J.Hurts 16/32 163yds 3TDM.Sanders 18att 69ydsD.Goedart 8rec.68yds 3 TD
Browns 35 at Chiefs 32B.Mayfield 19/30 343yds 4 TD 1 INTN.Chubb 21att 122yds 1TDJ.Landry 10rec.162yds 2TD
Packers 14 at Saints 24J.Winston 19/28 196yds 1TDA.Kamara 21att 104yds 1 TDD.Adams 9rec.117yds 2 TD
Broncos 23 at Giants 14T.Bridgewater 22/28 276yds 1TDS.Barkley 19att 98ydsJ.Jeudy 6rec. 91yds
Dolphins 17 at Patriots 20M.Jones 20/31 231yds 1TDJ.White 12att 39ydsJ.Meyers 4rec. 54yds 1TD
Bears 14 at Rams 28M.Stafford 18/24 246yds 2TDC.Akers 17att 70yds 1TDA.Robinson III 11rec.128yds 1 TD
Monday Night FootballPassingRushingReceiving
Ravens 34 at Raiders 14L.Jackson 24/33 294yds 2TDJ.Dobbins 25 att 104yds 1TDM.Andrews 9rec. 108yds 1TD

NFL Week 2 Power Rankings
RK (LW)TeamRecordNext Game
1 (9) Dallas Cowboys1-0@ Chargers (0-1)
2 (8) Cleveland Browns1-0vs Texans (1-0)
3 (6) San Francisco 49ers1-0@ Eagles (1-0)
4 (5) Baltimore Ravens1-0vs Chiefs (0-1)
5 (7) Los Angeles Rams1-0@ Colts (1-0)
6 (13) Pittsburgh Steelers1-0vs Raiders (0-1)
7 (2) Kansas City Chiefs0-1@ Ravens (1-0)
8 (15) New Orleans Saints1-0vs Panthers (1-0)
9 (1) Tampa Bay Buccaneers0-1vs Falcons (0-1)
10 (11) Indianapolis Colts1-0vs Rams (1-0)
11 (12) Arizona Cardinals1-0vs Vikings (0-1)
12 (3) Green Bay Packers0-1vs Lions (0-1)
13 (17) New England Patriots1-0@ Jets (0-1)
14 (4) Buffalo Bills0-1@ Dolphins (0-1)
15 (20) Washington Redskins1-0vs Giants (0-1)
16 (21) Carolina Panthers1-0vs Saints (1-0)
17 (10) Seattle Seahawks0-1vs Titans (0-1)
18 (25) Denver Broncos1-0@ Jaguars (0-1)
19 (26) Cincinnati Bengals1-0@ Bears (0-1)
20 (14) Los Angeles Chargers0-1vs Cowboys (1-0)
21 (29) Houston Texans1-0@ Browns (1-0)
22 (27) Philadelphia Eagles1-0vs 49ers (1-0)
23 (19) Chicago Bears0-1@ Bears (0-1)
24 (16) Tennessee Titans0-1@ Seahawks (0-1)
25 (18) Minnesota Vikings0-1@ Cardinals (1-0)
26 (22) Miami Dolphins0-1vs Bills (0-1)
27 (24) New York Giants0-1@ Football Team (1-0)
28 (23) Las Vegas Raiders0-1@ Steelers (1-0)
29 (28) Atlanta Falcons0-1@ Buccaneers (0-1)
30 (30) Jacksonville Jaguars0-1vs Broncos (1-0)
31 (31) New York Jets0-1vs Patriots (1-0)
32 (32) Detroit Lions0-1@ Packers (0-1)

Last edited by MattyIce; 12-09-2021 at 11:59 AM.
MattyIce is offline  
Reply With Quote
Reply


« Previous Thread | Next Thread »

« Operation Sports Forums > Dynasty Headquarters > Football Dynasties »


Thread Tools

Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

BB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is On
Trackbacks are Off
Pingbacks are Off
Refbacks are Off



All times are GMT -4. The time now is 09:38 PM.

Top -