GREEN BAY, WI - JANUARY 15: Head coach Mike McCarthy of the Green Bay Packers looks on from the sidelines against the New York Giants during their NFC Divisional playoff game at Lambeau Field on January 15, 2012 in Green Bay, Wisconsin. (Photo by Scott Boehm/Getty Images)
It's all schedule everything around the interwebs today. It'll be like that for less than 24 hours before the media and fans go back to all draft, all the time. We still found some draft stuff for you. Here's your daily Green Bay Packers news and links.
Green Bay Packers schedule analysis | ESPN NFC North Blog
Kevin Seifert complains about how boring the schedule's middle section is. He's not wrong. Hopefully we beat Jacksonville and Arizona easily and don't do anything to make it interesting.
Packers young, deep, strong at tight end | FOX Sports Wisconsin
Okay, so, the title of this relates to the tight end position. The actual article is about guards and centers in the NFL Draft. This is a really funny mistake, but I'm not linking it to make fun of FOX. I'm linking it because the article, once you get past the very confusing picture and title, is good. I'm not sure how no one has caught this mistake yet.
McCarthy on schedule: 'Definitely going to be a test' | ESPN Wisconsin
What it says. Mike McCarthy talking about the schedule, from Jason Wilde.
Packers pre-draft roster analysis: Linebackers | Green Bay Press Gazette
As you might be aware, the Packers need a couple of these.
More from around SB Nation after the jump
Steelers' depth at offensive tackle presents unique challenges in wake of NFL Draft | Behind The Steel Curtain
It's been difficult for the Steelers to keep Ben Roethlisberger protected the last couple of years. They're in need of a bit of o-line help.
NFL.com claims Andrew Luck is already the quarterback for the Indianapolis Colts | Stampede Blue
Have the Cowboys learned from past contract blunders? | Blogging The Boys
Yes, it appears so.
Sunday Night Football schedule starts with Peyton Manning and Broncos hosting Steelers | SBNation.com
Random prediction: The Chargers and Saints are both no better than .500 when their game rolls around.