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The Cheesehead TV 2011 Draft Guide Available April 7

March 9, 2011
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Cheesehead TV has officially announced their first foray into the mind of Ted Thompson. By assembling a team of NFL bloggers, they have attempted to take a unique, Packers-centric look at the 2011 NFL draft.

By analyzing the Packers draft history under Ted Thompson, patterns begin to emerge. Thompson likes players who are all-around “football players” and who show up in the big games. The term “Packer People” gets thrown around a lot, and there just might be something to it. Thompson is not going to bring in an athlete who will disrupt the locker room chemistry, just like he won’t bring in a cornerback who is under 5’11”. That’s just not the way he does things at 1265 Lombardi Avenue.

Short of obtaining a copy of Ted Thompson’s draft board, Cheesehead TV’s team of draftniks has come the closest you would ever desire to looking at the draft through the eyes of Ted Thompson.

The writers include Andrew Garda of ThunderingBlurb, “Jersey” Al Bracco of AllGreenBayPackers.com, Aaron Nagler of Cheesehead TV, Paul Guillemette of Pigskin Paul’s Place, Max Ginsberg of Purple Pants, Green Jersey, Holly Phelps of BrentFavre.com and Tony Wilson of Maple Street Press. Cheesehead TV’s Corey Behnke, Alex Tallitsch, and Brian Carriveau finish everything off by editing and publishing the digital publication available in .pdf format on April 7.

What is the cost of such a valuable scouting report on players the Packers may be considering for next year’s roster? Only five bucks. That’s right folks, for one easy payment of $5.00, you can own the one and only Packers-centric draft guide. So what are you waiting for? Head on over to Cheesehead TV today and pre-order the most complete Packers draft guide you will find.

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