NFL Draft Series 2014: Grading the Packers’ 2011 draft

2011 second-round pick Randall Cobb still finds himself as one of that year's most impactful players through three NFL seasons.

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FOX Sports Wisconsin’s Paul Imig provides complete coverage of the Packers and the 2014 NFL Draft in his 14-part preview. You can find the entire series here.

The only downside to a team winning the Super Bowl is getting the last pick in each round of that year’s draft. Considering the prize that was won, though, it’s obviously well worth a few spots on the board during draft weekend.

That’s where the Green Bay Packers found themselves in early 2011, having just brought the Lombardi Trophy back to Lambeau Field two months before figuring out which players to add to their championship roster.

Now that three seasons have passed since general manager Ted Thompson made those picks for the Packers, it’s allowed time to accurately assess where things went right and where they went wrong.

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