Casey Sully has an M.A. in Sport Management and is the varsity head football coach and offensive coordinator at San Rafael High School in California. A lifelong Packers fan, he enjoys diving into the schemes, strategies, and nuances of the offensive game.
The Packers could use depth on the interior to supplement Kenny Clark and Devonte Wyatt
The Packers should look to fill recent vacancies at the tight end position in this year’s draft
Edge class offers range of athleticism and polish on day one and two
The Packers need to address the safety position after inconsistent play in 2022
Dynamic slot receivers will be available in the middle of the first round
Wrinkles in the run game took advantage of how tthe Vikings reacted to motion and heavy sets
Despite a paltry number of run attempts, the red zone scheme was there. The execution was not.
The Packers Ground Game is Winning Games by Changing the Scheme and Adding Wrinkles
AJ Dillon had an explosive night with 90 yards on just 11 touches