It's kind of a slow day here at the Buffet. So many people are off work, and they're less willing to waste their own time on this blog than they would be if it were the company's time. I am no exception. But unlike most other people, I am working today. So in a shining example of the tremendous effort that we here at the QB are known for, here is something I read somewhere else and then copied and pasted.
Mel Kiper reviewed his draft day grades today. The Packers got an A on draft day, and after 8 months of reflection this is what Mel thinks now:
Green Bay Packers (Spring grade: A)
I said I loved what this team did with the first two picks, and I'll stand by that. They moved to a 3-4, grabbed two players in B.J. Raji and Clay Matthews that fit Dom Capers' system and have made huge gains. Matthews is a Defensive Rookie of the Year candidate. Brad Jones is a steal in the seventh round. On the whole, four big-time contributors out of one draft on a playoff-caliber team is a lot. Current grade: A