Shocking Report: Jackson Ready to Have Impact

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“Considering Ryan Grant was the one who resurrected the Green Bay Packers’ running game last season, it might seem a bit surprising how much coach Mike McCarthy has talked up Brandon Jackson.”  So begins a story in the Green Bay Press Gazette.

Surprising?  Really?  To the contrary, with Grant still awaiting a serious offer from the Packers, it was inevitable that the Packers would talk up Jackson.

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5 Responses to “Shocking Report: Jackson Ready to Have Impact”

  1. Aaron Says:

    Please. McCarthy has been talking up Jackson since the start of OTAs. (With an eye towards a possible impasse with Grant? Possibly.)

  2. sfhayes Says:

    Maybe Jackson is the guy they thought he could be — but wasn’t — last year. But of course they’re praising him to get Grant to think that he’s replaceable. Not surprising at all.

  3. Mac G Says:

    I watched B Jack all through college at Nebraska and this kid is one tough runner. No way is he an everyday down back in the NFL and only should be a 10-15 carry a game RB. He was amazing catching the ball out of the backfield for the Cornhuskers and I hope the Packers can get him the rock in the same capacity.

    Skim some of that Favre bribe money and PAY Ryan Grant.

  4. Ron La Canne Says:

    Mac, exactly. Jackson is a position player and Grant’s the grind it out guy. Even when Taylor and Hornung were a team, they had Tom Orre or Elijah Pitts to change the pace.

  5. Ron La Canne Says:

    Moore not Orre. I’ can’t type.

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