Romeo Doubs has always been the Packers Cheers to the team’s training camp, but he kept showing signs in the preseason that he was ready to break out as a rookie.
Anyone who has remotely tracked the Green Bay Packers training camp or preseason knows the name Romeo Dubs.
Although the former Nevada Wolves star was taken out of the team’s second-round pick Christian Watson after two rounds, Aside from Aaron Rodgers’ disappointing fatherhood moment in the media, the Dubs have been receiving rave reviews. And there are a lot of people who think that rookies could be a big factor in needing passers to step up their offense.
In Game 1 of the Packers’ preseason, the Doubs’ touchdown continued to hype. So how do you follow up on the hype?
Packers: Romeo Dubs has been looking for this part one Breakthrough star
Well, Doubs found a way. The Packers’ offense was already in the red zone against the Saints in Green Bay’s second preseason game of the year on Friday night. That’s when Jordan Love looked at the way his young catcher threw it up.
The Dubs weren’t just about scoring — he Moss his defender with relative ease, then ended the game with Lambeau Leap, Further won the love of Wisconsin fans.
When it comes to training camp preseason, there are always some players who make reporters and others ecstatic, but their track record of actually working out, especially Is a rookie, not so good.
At this point, however, Doubs has left too many signs on the table for anyone to ignore. This kid might just be cargo. If you need proof, he’s left an impressive array of breadcrumbs for your reference, so you won’t be surprised when he’s having a breakout rookie season.