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Tight end Jimmy Graham‘s return to Seattle
9 enero, 2020
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Brett Hundley Color Rush Jersey , where he played three years before signing with Green Bay, did not go as he had hoped.Graham caught just one pass (on his only target) for 13 yards and had to leave early with an injury that will reportedly force him to miss several weeks.In the Packers’ first nine games, Graham had played at least 68 percent of the offensive snaps in each game (the low coming last week), and usually 80 percent or more. Because of the injury, Graham had just 21 snaps (43 percent) against the Seahawks.More Packers coverage from FOX Sports WisconsinPhotos of the Week: 7/21/19 – 7/27/19Packers rookie Gary’s biggest critic is himselfTop Tweets: Former Badger TJ Watt has impressive four-year transformationPHOTOS: 2019 Green Bay Packers training campPackers’ Rodgers, LaFleur ironing out offense, building chemistryIn Graham’s absence, Lance Kendricks saw a slight uptick in playing time, getting 26 snaps (53 percent). Kendricks usually is for about one-third of Green Bay’s plays, give or take a little, although last Sunday against Miami he was in for a season-high 61 percent.Marcedes Lewis (10 snaps, 20 percent) and Robert Tonyan (3 snaps, six percent) were not the answer for Mike McCarthy in trying to fill the void left by Graham.Instead, Green Bay went heavy with wide receivers, even with Randall Cobb sidelined and Trevor Davis and J’Mon Moore relegated to special teams.That left the triumvirate of Davante Adams, Equanimeous St. Brown and Marquez Valdes-Scantling. The three were on the field for all but 10 plays.Valdes-Scantling missed just one snap and St. Brown six https://www.thepackersfanshop.com/Kyle-Murphy-Jersey , but both only finished with one catch (St. Brown had four targets, Valdes-Scantling three). Adams missed just three snaps and on the 46 plays he was in on was targets 12 times (or 26 percent of Green Bay’s plays), finishing with 10 catches for 166 yards.Other notes from Sunday’s snap counts:— Green Bay ran just 49 offensive plays; Seattle had 70.— Remember when Aaron Jones couldn’t get snaps and then there was some kind of committee? Well, Jones was in on 44 offensive plays (90 percent) and fellow running back Jamaal Williams just four (8 percent).— Safety Josh Jones and linebacker Blake Martinez were the only two defenders to appear in every play, although safety Tramon Williams and cornerbacks Jaire Alexander and Josh Jackson missed just one play each.— Claimed off waivers on Nov. 5, safety Ibraheim Campbell got into his first game for the Packers, playing 11 defensive snaps (19 percent) and nine on special teams (29 percent). Campbell also played in one game with the New York Giants and four with Dallas earlier this season.OFFENSEPLAYERPLAYS (49)%Bakhtiari40100%Bell49100%Bulaga49100%Linsley49100%Rodgers49100%Taylor49100%Valdes-Scantling4898%D. Adams4694%A. Jones4490%St. Brown4388%Kendricks2653%Graham2143%Lewis1020%J. Williams48%Tonyan36%DEFENSEPLAYERPLAYS (70)%J. Jones70100%Martinez70100%Jackson6999%T. Williams6999%Alexander6999%Fackrell5883%Clark5781%Matthews5477%Lowry4767%Morrison4057%Daniels3449%Gilbert2739%Brown2536%M. Adams2333%Breeland2029%Greene1420%Campbell1119%Lancaster1116% As part of SB Nation’s Rivalry Week, we at Acme Packing Company asked our readers through the FanPulse survey platform about which team is the Green Bay Packers’ top rival. The results, while not surprising, are interesting nonetheless.As one might expect, the Chicago Bears earned the top spot on our poll, narrowly edging out the Minnesota Vikings and taking a slight majority of the overall votes. 51 percent of respondents named the Bears as number one on the list, with 44 percent voting for Minnesota.One other team earned votes, and it was not the other NFC North team (apologies to the Detroit Lions). Instead, it was the Seattle Seahawks, who drew five percent of the votes. Here’s a look at the numbers:It should hardly be a surprise that the Bears occupy the top spot Justin Vogel Jersey , especially given their sudden resurgence in 2018. Chicago holds a 7-3 record this year and is in sole possession of first place in the NFC North, while the Packers and Vikings are scuffling around the .500 mark at 4-5-1 and 5-4-1, respectively.Of course, there’s the history aspect to keep in mind as well. The Packers hold a three-game lead in the all-time head-to-head series against the Bears, which has the most games played of any rivalry in the NFL. Green Bay is 97-94-6 all-time in their 197 games against Chicago (playoffs included), while they hold a 60-53-3 record against the Vikings all-time.(Incidentally, the Packers’ most all-time wins against one team comes against Detroit, leading that series 100-71-7.)Yes, the Seattle rivalry continues to grow as the teams trade blows and cannot seem to win in the other’s stadium, but there’s no substitute for longevity, history, and begrudging respect when it comes to a rivalry. For those reasons, the Bears take the top mark. The two teams will renew their rivalry one more time in 2018, playing for the 198th time on Sunday, December 16th at Soldier Field.Do you agree with the results of the FanPulse survey? Be sure to vote below to have your say.

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