By BOB McGINN
Last Sunday night the Green Bay Packers won a football game with almost no contribution from tight ends Jimmy Graham and Marcedes Lewis.
Last Monday night the Oakland Raiders lost a football game despite a phenomenal performance from tight end Jared Cook.
Cook, with nine receptions in 12 targets for 180 yards (20-yard average), was everything the Packers or any other team could possibly want from a receiving tight end. In one of the worst personnel decisions they’ve made in recent times, the Packers drew a line in the sand in their negotiations to re-sign Cook in March 2...
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