PACKERS FOOTBALL FRIDAY: Packers Top 200

If you’re a Packers fan there is no question that the finest draft guide available to you is Cheesehead TV’s guide, which you can buy for the newsstand price of $8.99 right here.  I’m not saying that because I contributed to it.  I’m saying it because it’s a draft guide put together by some of […]

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PACKERS FOOTBALL FRIDAY: Why Not?

I, and a few other Packers writers, have been trying to temper the expectations of the Packers faithful as it pertains to free agency.  We’ve been reminding them on Twitter that most players whose options aren’t being picked up, extensions aren’t being worked out and whose outright releases aren’t being granted are probably not a […]

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PFF: Free Agent Primer

I had a chance to stop by the Railbird Central podcast and talk about the Packers controlled free agents.  You can listen to that show with legendary host Brian Carriveau right here.  That is not today’s discussion.  Today’s discussion is to identify which of the Packers current unrestricted free agents can be expected to re-join […]

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PACKERS FOOTBALL FRIDAY: The New Table

They did it.  They ran the table.  Once thought to be dead in the water at 4-6, the Green Bay Packers  have won six straight games and are the Kings in the North once more.  The Rodgers/McCarthy/Thompson Packers have now won five of the last six NFC North championships.  All this in a year that […]

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PACKERS FOOTBALL FRIDAY: Finish the Job!

It always seems to come down to this.  Despite the fact that the Packers are looking to win their fifth division championship in six seasons they have not completely dominated the division.  The Packers have had to play in NFC North championship games in 2013 (win), 2014 (win), 2015 (loss) and now in 2016.  They […]

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PACKERS FOOTBALL FRIDAY: Settling the Score

Twice, now.  Twice the Packers have played the Vikings consecutively and twice they have lost.  That hasn’t happened since 2009.  That hasn’t happened without Brett Favre as Minnesota’s quarterback since 2005 (!).  This is a series that has gone much better in the Aaron Rodgers era (11-6) than it ever did under Brett Favre (17-16). […]

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