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Packers stock watch: Josh Jackson plays like a starter again vs. Raiders

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Packers stock watch: Josh Jackson plays like a starter again vs. Raiders


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In the vast majority of cases Cheap Davante Adams Jersey , one preseason game will not make or break a player’s chances for a contributing role or a spot on the season-opening roster. However, their performances make up part of the larger picture, something the Green Bay Packers’ coaches will consider as the preseason nears its conclusion.Several young players stood out during the Packers’ 13-6 exhibition loss to the Oakland Raiders, though not all in a positive manner.Stock upJaire AlexanderThe Packers’ top draft pick hasn’t produced as many splash plays as the other corner the team selected, but he came up with his first interception of the preseason Friday night. Playing in man coverage, Alexander initially allowed Oakland wideout Dwayne Harris to slip past him. However, the rookie cover man quickly closed on Harris and leapt high into the air to snag Connor Cook’s pass. The play came after Alexander gave up a large gain during the first drive of the game, a sign that he doesn’t let mistakes stick with him for long.Additionally, Alexander made two heads-up plays as the punt returner. On his first attempt, Alexander threw a well-timed block to keep the Raiders from downing the ball before the goal line. On another, he drew a penalty for interference (subsequently and incorrectly picked up). The Packers still need to see more from Alexander in that role, but he appears disciplined enough to handle the job.Josh JacksonLast week, Josh Jackson showcased his ball skills via a second-half interception returned for a touchdown. While Jackson registered another pick-six (wiped out by an unrelated defensive penalty), he also showcased his improving coverage skills. Left in one-on-one man coverage, Jackson broke up a deep strike from Cook to Martavis Bryant. For a corner dinged for playing in a zone-heavy defensive scheme at Iowa, Jackson has made huge strides in that area.Jackson didn’t finish the night without any negatives. He drew a defensive pass interference penalty on the final play of the first quarter that offset an illegal-use-of-hands flag on the Raiders. Still, Jackson has performed like a starter the past two weeks, a great sign for any rookie defensive back.J’Mon MooreTwo games into the preseason, J’Mon Moore had fallen behind fellow drafted rookie wideouts Marquez Valdes-Scantling and Equanimeous St. Brown. Though the pecking order might remain the same after Friday http://www.officialpackersfootballstore.com/davante-adams-jersey-cheap , Moore probably put any talk of missing the final cut to bed with Green Bay’s biggest offensive play of the night.Moore’s 27-yard haul during the fourth quarter not only quieted his critics, it ranks as one of the most impressive catches of the preseason. Running a fly route, Moore leapt to catch a DeShone Kizer pass moments before two Raiders defenders collapsed upon him. Despite the crushing blow, Moore hung onto the ball. That type of play made the wide receiver an early Day 3 pick, and someone the Packers can’t risk cutting.Honorable mentionJK Scott - Though JK Scott’s punting has drawn considerable acclaim in practice, his work during the Packers’ first two preseason games hasn’t lived up to expectation. That changed Friday when the rookie punter averaged 45.7 yards on seven punts, several with nearly five seconds of a hang time. Those numbers should put any concern about his ability to perform under the NFL spotlight.Stock downOren BurksThrough no fault of his own, Oren Burks had a bad night in Oakland. The rookie linebacker suffered a shoulder injury during the pregame warm-ups, and suddenly his Week 1 availability appears clouded.The Packers started Greer Martini in Burks’ place, and the fellow rookie didn’t embarrass himself. Still, neither Martini nor Ahmad Thomas possesses Burks’ coverage skills. If the shoulder injury proves serious, Green Bay will have to seriously consider finding a veteran on the open market.Kyle MurphyAfter a disappointing performance last week, Kyle Murphy hit rock bottom against the Raiders. The third-year offensive tackle gave up multiple sacks and drew penalties throughout the first half. His troubles persisted into the third quarter when his failure to hold up in pass protection blew up the Packers’ first offensive series.Even in the context of Green Bay’s razor-thin depth behind David Bakhtiari and Bryan Bulaga, Murphy continues to trend to the wrong side of the 53-man cutdown. He’ll have one more week to state his case. Still, barring an injury, he’ll probably need to find another team come Sept. 1.Marquez Valdes-ScantlingWhile Marquez Valdes-Scantling remains the Packers’ most impressive rookie wideout, he has plenty of room for improvement as a returner. Valdes-Scantling fumbled the opening kickoff of the second half out of bounds, forcing the offense to begin the drive at its own 10-yard line.Ultimately, kick returns will not make or break Valdes-Scantling’s chances at the roster; by all appearances Cheap Jaire Alexander Jersey , he has already sealed a spot. However, the Packers need someone to step up in that area to make the still-injured Trevor Davis expendable. It remains unclear whether anyone will.Packers vs. Chiefs, 2018 Preseason: Game Time, TV, Online Streaming, & More The Green Bay Packers and Kansas City Chiefs have become preseason rivals of a sort over the last decade or so. Over the last eight preseasons, dating back to the summer of 2010, the two teams have met for the final exhibition game six times, alternating venues between Lambeau Field and Arrowhead Stadium for three games each. This week, the teams will have their seventh preseason finale matchup in nine years.Interestingly, the home team has won each of the previous six such games; Kansas City earned victories in 2010, 2013, and 2016, while the Packers finished on top in 2011, 2012, and 2014. If that trend holds, the Chiefs would project as the victors this week due to the game being played on their home field.The proximity of the franchises is likely part of the reason for this common matchup, in addition to the connection between the front offices during that span. It is probably no coincidence that this series began around the time that John Dorsey — a former Packers personnel executive, took over as the Chiefs’ general manager. Although Dorsey moved on last offseason and is now in Cleveland http://www.officialpackersfootballstore.com/jaire-alexander-jersey-cheap , it appears that both organizations value the relationship they have built.This week’s game will set the final 53-man rosters for both teams, so be sure to tune in to see who makes a surprise bid to make these teams. Adding to the drama for Packers fans is the trade of Brett Hundley, which means that DeShone Kizer is locked in as the number two quarterback and Tim Boyle has a shot at the roster as the #3.Here’s how to do just that.WHO?Green Bay Packers (2-1) vs. Kansas City Chiefs ()WHERE?Arrowhead StadiumKansas City, MissouriWHEN?Thursday, August 30th, 20187:30 PM Central TimeHOW?Local TV BroadcastsPackers TV NetworkLead stations: NBC-4 (Milwaukee), NBC-26 (Green Bay), ABC-27 (Madison)Commentators: Kevin Harlan, James LoftonChiefs TV NetworkLead stations: CBS-5 (Kansas City), CBS-4 (St. Louis), FOX-38 (Columbia)Commentators: Carter Blackburn, Trent GreenRadio BroadcastsPackers Radio NetworkCommentators: Wayne Larrivee, Larry McCarrenOnline StreamingNFL GamePass(Free 7-day trial available)NFL Network ReplaysANYTHING ELSE?Recent Head-to-Head GamesRegular SeasonWeek 3 2015: @Packers 38, Chiefs 28 PreseasonWeek 4 2016: @Chiefs 17, Packers 7PostseasonSuper Bowl I: Packers 35, Chiefs 10This PreseasonPackersWeek 1: won 31-17 vs. Tennessee TitansWeek 2: won 51-34 vs. Pittsburgh SteelersWeek 3: lost 13-6 at Oakland RaidersChiefsWeek 1: lost 17-10 vs. Houston TexansWeek 2: won 28-14 at Atlanta FalconsWeek 3: lost 27-20 at Chicago Bears