Evaluating the Green Bay Packers’ 2006 Draft

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Published: March 25, 2009

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... Draft. As I said in that article, I always find it ridiculous that fans and experts analyze drafts the day after.

After re-reading my article, three years may not be long enough.

Aaron Rodgers finally gave us a glimpse of what is to come. There were some spectacular moments for Rodgers, others fans would like to forget. Nick Collins exploded as well, reaching his first Pro Bowl.

The 2006 draft, I believe, is more clear cut.


Round One (Fifth overall): A.J. Hawk

Hawk has been good. Not great, not terrible, just average. For the fifth overall choice, though, more is expected.

It is a bit strange, as Hawk's numbers have regressed every year. Tackles, interceptions, passes deflected, forced fumbles, you name it, it seems to get worse. Granted, Hawk had more on his plate to worry about this past year due to Nick Barnett's injury, but the statistics ...

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