A Quick Look at Rodgers’ Prognosis and Hundley Giving the Packers the Best Chance

When Aaron Rodgers took over for the Packers in 2008 it was hard to imagine another name dropping back with a Packers jersey on. His first year as the starter was his only losing season. Ever since then the Packers offense has catered to his skill set. The ability to read defenses, adjust the offensive […]

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Any Time is Too Much Time For Aaron Rodgers

AT&T Stadium is starting to feel like a second home for the Packers after they gutted out another thrilling last minute win over the Cowboys. With a little over a minute left Dak Prescott kept a read option and scampered in for an 11-yard touchdown. The Cowboys had the lead, but left 1:13 on the […]

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Big Storylines Arise From Packers vs Bears

A Packers-Bears matchup is always interesting and last night’s 195th meeting was no different. It was so eventful that it is hard to believe the score was so awry. It may have been in the Packers favor with a final score of 35 to 14, however the injury bug came back with a vengeance sidelining […]

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Packers Need Overtime to Finish Comeback Over Bengals

Yesterday was a day of peculiar landmarks for Rodgers and the Packers. It was the hottest game ever played at Lambeau with temperatures reaching 90 degrees. The Bengals were the last team on Rodgers list to beat in the NFL. He also passed John Elway for 10th all-time in passing touchdowns. A slow start did […]

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Cincinnati is the Perfect Test For Kevin King

There is no deterring Kevin King’s confidence as it pertains to lining up across one of the NFL’s best receivers. Fellow corner Davon House told reporters on Wednesday that upon King entering the Sunday night’s game he requested numerous times to be put on Julio Jones. It is possible the Packers wanted to give Jones […]

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A Lot Can Change in a Week- Packers vs Falcons Recap

One week after being the main reason for a win vs Seattle, the Packers defense channeled their inner 2016 selves. For now, Atlanta still has the Packers number and Julio Jones is the same slayer of Dom Capers’ secondary. Matt Ryan and Jones hooked up five times for 108 yards as the Falcons broke in […]

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Mike Daniels and the Defense Lead the Packers to 1-0

2013 was the last time Aaron Rodgers threw for at least 300 yards in a season opener. It resulted in a loss. Today, the Packers won a much needed game 17-9. Rodgers’ 311 yards were dimmed by a stout defensive performance. His foe, Russell Wilson, attained a whopping 158 yards through the air as the […]

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