Being an offensive lineman in the NFL is brutal work, and putting together a solid front in today’s NFL is only getting harder and harder. The Green Bay Packers offensive line had a solid 2019 season, and it consisted of new and old faces that helped propel them to the NFC Championship.
Going into next season, a majority of that same offensive line is still intact, and they will hopefullly only be stronger as a unit.
Today’s Cheese Curds brings you a breakdown of why the Packers offensive line will be a top-5 squad next season, a look at a sweet moment for David Bakhtiari, examining players who might not be with the Packers after the 2020 season, a refresher on their NFC North dominance, and a bar getting a little help from QB1.
NFL offensive line rankings: All 32 units entering the 2020 NFL season | Pro Football Focus
Pro Football Focus ranked all the 32 offensive lines in the NFL, and the Packers made it into the top 5. Lead by David Bakhtiari, who they say has replaced the retired Joe Thomas as the best pass-blocking tackle in the NFL.
Packers offensive tackle David Bakhtiari surprises his girlfriend with a marriage proposal on the water | Green Bay Press Gazette
Speaking of David Bakhtiari, he is continuing to be great off the field as well. He planned a great proposal for his girlfriend on a boat, and you can watch the video to see just how he did it.
Changes are Coming in Green Bay | Cheesehead TV
It is never too early to start looking at the 2021 NFL Free Agency period. Cheesehead TV takes a look at the players whose contracts expire after this season, and who they think might be staying and who will be out the door.
Packers were kings of the NFC North over last decade | Packers Wire
As most NFL fans know, the Green Bay Packers were the leaders of the pack for a majority of the last decade in the North. Not only did they have the most wins, they also led in categories like overall wins against division opponents. Packers Wire takes a deep dive into everything NFC North.
Aaron Rodgers helps save popular Greenwich Village Packers bar | New York Post
July 7th is National Dive Bar Day. You can celebrate the holiday by reading about how Aaron Rodgers is helping out a Packer bar in New York City.
Cat patiently waits in ice cream van queue and maintains social distance | Daily Star
This cat waiting for ice cream has purrfect social distancing etiquette. He deserves two paws up for respecting everyone’s personal space in line. And of course, after the new found fame the cat now has his own Facebook page. A Tail as old as time.