PACKERS FOOTBALL FRIDAY: Packers Fantasy Primer

The Green Bay Packers have been among the best offenses in football for the last decade.  In 2007, Mike McCarthy’s second season as head coach of the Packers, he helped resurrect the (pretty awful) late stages of Brett Favre’s career.  Favre had an 82-67 TD/INT ratio from 2003-05 and the Packers had just finished 16th […]

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A House of Cards: The Packers 2017 Offensive Line

All players on championship teams have their roles. The stars lead the way. Closely following are big role players who can pick up the slack and make big plays when the occasion warrants it. Then there are the guys who simply have to play a bit role and not royally screw things up. The 2017 […]

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Packers Therapy — Episode 296 — Just Three More Preseason Games to Go!

Chris and Dave are not fans of what used to be called the “exhibition season” by the NFL. Practice games just don’t move the meter for the boys. (C & D are also not fans of audio problems, so sorry about the robotic voices starting at about 57 minutes.) Still, there are players to watch […]

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Bold Predictions: The Best Offense of Aaron Rodgers’ Career

There has been plenty of conversation about how good the Green Bay Packers offense could be this year. I believe this will go down as the best offense the Packers have fielded during Aaron Rodgers’ career (and therefore the best in team history…at least statistically). Rodgers has the ability to be the league MVP every […]

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Studs and Duds From Packers Preseason Opener

The Packers triumph over the Philadelphia Eagles was a concoction of good, bad, and ugly in nearly all facets of the game. Granted the preseason is a time of growing pains, setbacks, and limited excitement. The Packers running game was atrocious thanks to virtually zero run blocking from the o-line. Damarious Randall, Kentrell Brice, Don […]

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Packers Camp: What You Need to Know

The first phase of Tryouts has ended. Tonight is the first audition for the 99th edition of a team on a mission. I have a premonition that this game of attrition will require much volition to ensure the demolition of opposing competition in what hopefully becomes, a Super Bowl rendition.   The UPS of Camp […]

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Bold Predictions: Josh Jones Will be the DROY

Dom Capers has to be drooling over the thought of using Rookie Safety Josh Jones’ size, speed, and hitting ability all over the field. Having Morgan Burnett, HaHa Clinton-Dix, and Kentrell Brice to take the responsibility of playing Safety will allow Jones to play all over the field and take chance when he sees the […]

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