Welcome to the grand relaunch of the 2023 Green Bay Packers Stock Market! We’ve given our regular season presentation a fabulous makeover, and we can’t wait to unveil this fresh and improved look week after week.
Get ready for our weekly check-in, where we’ll analyze which packers are flying high, which are taking a slight dip, and which are content with their status quo. Before each game, we’ll set the stage, but once the dust settles, we’ll turn to the careful grading system from PFF to steer our ship and decide who’s up, who’s down, and who’s stagnant. Is.
Now, since it’s Week 1 and everyone is back to square one, let’s dive straight into the Bear Market Report from the Packers’ electrifying Week 1 ousting of the Chicago Bears (with no sarcasm, or maybe just a little bit) .
Let’s take a look at the Green Bay Packers stock market after Week 1, including updates on Jordan Love, David Bakhtiari, AJ Dillon and more.
bear market (stock decline)
Biggest Fallers: AJ Dillon, Josh Myers, Rudy Ford
If AJ Dillon continues on this path, his financial future may be in jeopardy. After a disappointing 2022 season, his 2023 campaign began with him gaining only 19 yards on 13 carries. If Aaron Jones is sidelined, Dillon will bear the brunt of the workload, and his performance should improve significantly.
PFF’s decision on Josh Myers paints a grim picture as he ranked as the Packers’ lowest-graded full-time player. Although his pass protection was adequate, his run-blocking left little to be desired.
As far as Rudy Ford is concerned, his tackling performance was nothing short of a nightmare. He only recorded two missed tackles from seven attempts, making it a terrible, terrible, no good, very bad day in that department.
Others: Tucker Craft, Josiah Deguara, Innis Goins, Isaiah McDuffie, Matt Orzech