Losing The Edge: Sacking Kampman Could Be Double-Edged Sword For Packers

Posted: 14th November 2009 by Peter Bukowski in NFL
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When Aaron Kampman heard the Packers were switching to the 3-4 defense, he kept his mouth shut about his frustrations. As we all know, that was as good as saying, ôIÆm not on board.ö Through eight games in 2009 it isnÆt hard to see why. Kampman has just 2.5 sacks and has been rendered useless on many passing downs, having to cover running backs and tight ends from his new linebacker position. Now, out with a concussion, Kampman will be replaced by Colorado rookie Brad Jones for SundayÆs key face-off with the Dallas Cowboys. That is great news for Packer fans this week (ôthis weekö is important). Aaron Kampman is not an outside linebacker, not a very good one anyway. He should have his hand down as a 4-3 end because Kampman is a technician pass-rusher. That is to say he doesnÆt beat ...

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