LeRoy analyzes what the turf toe injury to Davante Adams could mean to the Packers' offense and wants to see more of Jimmy Graham. Packers News
Welcome to your Morning Buzz, rounding up news and views regarding the Green Bay Packers from around the web and here at PackersNews.com.
We'll start with Rob Reischel writing about the Packers facing former teammate Randall Cobb when they travel to Dallas on Sunday.
Green Bay didn't make Cobb an offer when he reached free agency in March. Dallas was quick to swoop in and gave Cobb a one-year, $5 million deal.
“Randall Cobb is someone that we have been trying to cover for 7-8 years now,” Garrett said. “He had such a big impact on what they were doing up in Green Bay, they used him a lot of different ways. Inside, outside, they handed him the ball, he lined up in the backfield.
“Just a lot of that versatility we feel like can have an impact on our offense. From afar, you feel like you know guys, and he struck me as someone who was just a real pro. Knew the game, understood the game, played with great poise.”
Cobb has 14 catches for 157 yards and one touchdown. If he continues at that pace, Reischel writes he’ll finish with 56 catches for 628 yards and four TDs. You can read the entire story for ForbesSports here:
Key injuries for both teams will impact the Packers-Cowboys game, writes Pete Dougherty:
Packers receiver Davante Adams could be slowed for an extended time by his turf-toe injury:
There's concern in Dallas about the Cowboys' passing game:
And the "Good Morning Football" gang is talking about the Packers making a statement Sunday:
Pete Dougherty will be tackling your questions starting at noon Wednesday:
Aaron Jones sees better days ahead for the Packers' run offense:
Despite their upset loss to the Eagles, the Packers remain No. 5 in USA Today Sports' power rankings:
5. Packers (5): Week 4 loss a reminder they don't have Reggie White or Ray Nitschke on defense. Week 5 date at Dallas may reveal legitimacy level, especially since they've beaten Cowboys in seven of past eight.
But can they really be ranked below the Lions? Check out their entire rankings here:
In a more realistic scenario, the Packers are seventh in The MMQB's power rankings:
The Packers have a top-10 pass rusher:
Are the Bears better off with Chase Daniels at quarterback instead of Mitch Trubisky?
ESPN's Rob Demovsky looks at the challenge facing the Packers' run defense:
Peter Bukowski of Acme Packing Co. writes that the Packers' offense against the Eagles looked an awful lot like the Mike McCarthy offense:
Internet humor that hits a little too close to home for Packers fans:
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