Green Bay Faces Toughest Schedule in 2018

After finishing with a 7-9 record in the 2017 season, the Green Bay Packers entered the offseason with a flurry of changes. From replacing both coordinators and countless position coaches to ushering in a new regime at General Manager with Brian Gutekunst, the Packers told the world they would not stand to disappoint again. The […]

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Green Bay Goes on a Trade Frenzy

On Feb. 8, the 2018 NBA trade deadline produced a flurry of moves not rivaled by many deadlines. The Cleveland Cavaliers were the team to do the most, trading away six players and two picks to bring in four players and a pick to help shore up their team for the playoffs. In the NFL, […]

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Will the Home Grown Talent Mentality Continue?

Throughout the majority of former General Manager Ted Thompson’s career, his mentality has been to form the team based on the “build, develop, retain” mantra. Over the most recent years towards the end of his reign in Green Bay, that mentality would be one of the biggest parts of his leadership questioned by fans and […]

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Defensive Shortcomings Should Shape Packer’s Offseason

26th in total points allowed. 22nd in total yards allowed. 23rd in passing yards allowed. 17th in rushing yards allowed. Ladies and gentlemen, your 2017 Green Bay Packers defense. Hopes were decently high coming into the 2017 season for Green Bay’s defense, as the front office focused its first four picks on that side of […]

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Dealing with the Packers’ Running Back Situation

Across the duration of the 2017 regular season, the Green Bay Packers, as a team, rushed for 1,724 yards on 386 carries, equaling out to 4.5 yards per carry. While this stat is not awful considering the amount of fluctuation in the backfield throughout the year, the NFL’s rushing leader Todd Gurley from the Rams […]

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