Author: Louis Napolitano

Louis Napolitano graduated from Quinnipiac University with a BA in Film, Television, and Media Arts. He is currently in the process of receiving a BA in Elementary Education, as well as an Masters in Special Education at Ramapo College. He was born in Green Bay, Wisconsin before moving to New Jersey. He’s a die hard Packers and Bucks fan.

What center should the Bucks trade for to back Lopez up?

The loss of Brook Lopez has hurt the Bucks more than many would have thought. It makes sense, though. Lopez is a defensive leader and the one true center on the Bucks. Portis is listed as a center on the roster, but he played power forward for his entire career before coming to Milwaukee. Here are three centers that could provide depth for the Bucks going forward. Willy Hernangómez Willy Hernangómez may be the most logical trade candidate for the Bucks. He’s barely playing on the Pelicans because of the amount of center depth they have. Hernangómez is the fourth…

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What center can replace Brook until his return?

The loss of Brook Lopez has hurt the Bucks more than many would have thought. It makes sense, though. Lopez is a defensive leader and the one true center on the Bucks. Bobby Portis is listed as a center on the roster, but he played power forward for his entire career before coming to Milwaukee. Here are three centers that could fill in until Brook Lopez returns. John Henson John Henson started his career in Milwaukee with Giannis and Khris. There is already a connection between Henson and the Bucks’ two best players. A homecoming for Henson could prove to…

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Bucks extend Grayson Allen

In a surprise turn of events, the Milwaukee Bucks have given Grayson Allen a two-year $20 million rookie extension. Impact of the Grayson Allen extension With Grayson Allen making $10 mil a year, it now becomes even more unlikely that the Bucks resign Donte DiVincenzo. Donte will need to get healthy very soon to warrant a contract extension. It seems as if Grayson’s preseason play really wowed the Bucks. It’s not often you see a brand new player extended before touching the court in the regular season. Allen played in four games for the Bucks in the preseason. He played…

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Rasul Douglas signs with the Packers

With Jaire Alexander’s return unknown and Kevin King still questionable, the Packers have signed Rasul Douglas off the Cardinals practice squad. Rasul Douglas History Rasul Douglas is a 6-foot-2, 209-pound 5th year player in the NFL. He was drafted in the 3rd round by the Eagles in 2017. During his time on the Eagles, he played in 46 games, starting 18 of them. The Eagles waived Douglas on the last day of cuts at the start of the 2020 season. The Carolina Panthers picked him up off waivers at the start of the 2020 season. For the Panthers, Rasul Douglas…

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Can Jaylon Smith help the Packers?

The Cowboys just released Jaylon Smith due to him not playing up to his contract. With Micah Parsons’ in the wings, Jaylon Smith became expendable to the Cowboys. The old saying goes, “One man’s trash is another man’s treasure.” Jaylon Smith’s Fit on the Team Krys Barnes is still hurt, and that second ILB spot next to De’vondre Campbell is up for grabs. Oren Burks has filled in as best he can, but Jaylon Smith is an immediate upgrade. A former Pro-Bowler, Jaylon Smith, has not missed one game throughout his 4 1/4 year career on the Cowboys. The Packers…

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Aaron Rodgers breaks 500 Total TDs

After Sunday’s game against the Steelers, Aaron Rodgers has become the first Packers player to score 500 Total TD’s. Total TD’s include passing and rushing TD’s for both the regular and post-season. Aaron Rodgers’ record-breaking day Aaron Rodgers broke Brett Favre’s previous record, of 495 TD’s, against the 49ers with his first TD pass to Davante Adams in the first quarter. It only took him roughly 35 more minutes to break that record with a beautiful rainbow pass to Marquez Valdes-Scantling. It was pure poetry to watch Aaron Rodgers reach that 500 Total TD mark with his 2nd TD pass…

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The Packers’ pass rushers have improved over the last couple of weeks. That being said, there is always room for improvement. Za’darius Smith is out for the foreseeable future, so the Packers could look at a few guys to add some depth to their pass rush unit. Olivier Vernon Olivier Vernon is a nine-year NFL veteran with pro bowl caliber seasons. He is coming off a solid season where he posted 9 sacks and 28 pressures in 14 games for the Cleveland Brown. Unfortunately for Vernon, he suffered a season-ending Achilles injury in week 17 of 2020 and missed the…

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After two injury-riddled seasons, the Packers are waiving TE Jace Sternberger before his third season even begins. Jace Sternberger stats The former 3rd round pick played 18 games throughout the last two seasons (32 possible games). Jace was suspended for the first two games of this season. Sternberger provided the Packers with 12 catches for 114 yards and 1 TD in his two seasons. He was never really utilized too much with the breakout of Robert Tonyan and the blocking prowess of Marcedes Lewis. What this means for the Packers Sternberger hasn’t made much of an impact for the Packers…

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Grayson Allen to the Bucks is a good trade

The Bucks acquired Grayson Allen from the Grizzlies by sending them two future second-round picks and Sam Merrill. This is a very low-key trade that could pay dividends for the Bucks. Shooting Guard Upgrade This trade immediately improves the Bucks shooting guard position over last year. The combination of Grayson Allen and Donte DiVincenzo has the potential to be one of the better shooting guard duos in the league. Donte has the potential to be an elite defender, and Allen has the potential to be one of the better shooters in the league. Allen is already a lights-out shooter, shooting…

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Aaron Rodgers scrambles against the Saints

After a very disappointing Week 1 loss to the Saints, let’s take a look at who PFF graded as the best players from that game. Offense: The one bright spot on the offense was the offensive line. Despite what it seemed like to the fans, the offensive line gave Rodgers plenty of time to make throws, but the wide receivers could not get open. Anchoring the offensive line was Elgton Jenkins, who started at left tackle in place of All-Pro David Bakhtiari. Elgton Jenkins had the highest PFF grade of any Packers player. PFF awarded him an 89.6 grade (Elite).…

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