Finished with week two of Organized Team Activities? Looking for something to write about? Why not publish some Super Bowl predictions?
Yes, it's probably a little early for that, but we have our first set of guesses at the team that will come out victorious in Super Bowl 50. As you might have guessed, since you're reading a Green Bay Packers blog, the Packers feature prominently in that post.
As for the team itself, the running backs get a little bit of attention today. Eddie Lacy talked to reporters this week about his weight, while James Starks works to catapult himself into the highest echelon of number two running backs in 2015, which is a contract year for him.
Dom Capers adapts to changing NFL offenses | Packersnews.com
According to the Packers' offensive coordinator, only one of the Packers' opponents in 2014 had a "base" offense that featured fewer than three receivers - that was the Patriots, who typically lined up with two wideouts and two tight ends.
Rested Eddie Lacy not worried about his weight | JSOnline
That doesn't mean that he's not working hard, just that whether he's 230, 235, or whatever, it won't bother him.
Ryan Mathews, Giovani Bernard tops among NFL's best No. 2 backs of 2015 - SBNation.com
Lacy's running mate, James Starks, falls squarely in the second tier, the "solid backups" region. Here's hoping he reclaims some of the production he had in 2013 rather than the sub-4.0 yards per carry average he had in 2014.
Green Bay Packers got a steal with Davante Adams in second round | ESPN.com
Did the Packers get two of the top 25 rookies in the NFL last year, with Ha Ha Clinton-Dix and Adams? I'd argue that they got three and add Corey Linsley to the list.
Why Packers are Sporting News' pick to win Super Bowl 50 | Sporting News
The picks are starting to come in, and Sporting News thinks Aaron Rodgers and company are the best team in the NFL.
Dolphins kicker injures leg in kickball game - SBNation.com
A kicker hurt himself kicking a ball. But it wasn't even his kicking leg. My brain hurts.