Monday August 8th, 2016

Debate amongst yourselves, Packers fans, which of your two guards belongs in the top 100. Maybe the answer is both. Sitton entered 2015 with an edge on longtime partner in crime T.J. Lang, but it was Lang who was the steadier player throughout last season as both he and Sitton battled lingering injuries. Sitton still managed to play all but eight of his team’s offensive snaps last year, even kicking out to offensive tackle when injuries ravaged Green Bay late in the regular season. (That move, as it turned out, was an awful misstep by the coaching staff.) Still, when he is 100% healthy, Sitton is an All-Pro-level force. He reminded everyone of that in the postseason, saving his best for last in a win over Washington and an excellent outing against a very good Arizona front.

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