In this episode, Dane and Wags recap the Packers' draft picks, focusing on what each player will bring to the team, how it impacts their respective position groups, and what the new additions mean for the makeup of the roster short and long term moving forward.
Dane and Wags discuss defensive lineman the Packers may be looking at in the draft. The guys also discuss overall strategy and approach to this position group in assessing what round it may make sense to use picks.
Dane and Wags discuss whether the Packers will invest an early pick on an Edge rusher after focusing heavily on the group in free agency, or if they may benefit from waiting and potentially getting more value in a later round. Wags believes the position is being heavily prioritized by other teams due to the cost of the position skyrocketing, which leads to a theory on what the Packers may be thinking in how they approach this group in the draft.
The guys (and a prominent guest appearance by producer Dozer) look at the ILB prospects the Packers may have an opportunity to draft, and discuss whether it makes sense to take one of the blue chip options early on, even if the position isn't perceived as much of a need as other higher value positions on the roster.