Why the Packers Must Re-Sign Nick Perry

In 2016, the struggle of the Green Bay Packers’ defensive secondary illustrated the importance of solid veteran players to the success of an NFL team. After Sam Shields went down with a season-ending injury, the Packers were left with a smattering of young, inexperienced cornerbacks. Those young players could not alone carry the weight of […]

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The Best and the Wurst: Packers at Falcons – NFC Championship

Jordy Nelson and Everyone Else Playing Through Injuries Say what you will about a very embarrassing loss to the Atlanta Falcons, but there were some guys on the field who pushed through major pain in order to help their team. Jordy Nelson was wearing a kevlar vest. Davante Adams admitted that he was in pain […]

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The Playoff Best and the Wurst: Packers at Cowboys – Divisional Round

Aaron Rodgers It might feel a bit blasé to continue including Rodgers in this category every week but it’s imperative. There’s absolutely no way that the Packers win this game or any of the last eight without him. Rodgers is in a serious groove and is willing this offense to victory with some of the […]

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The Playoff Best and the Wurst: Giants at Packers – Wildcard

Aaron Rodgers What more can you say about Aaron Rodgers right now? The Hail Mary King has thrown 22 TDs and 0 INTs in his past eight games. After coming out sluggish in the first quarter, Rodgers just blew by the Giants secondary. He’s playing at an unprecedented level right now. Randall Cobb Cobb had the […]

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The Best and the Wurst: Packers at Lions

Aaron Rodgers I will admit it. I doubted Rodgers. When he made the “run the table” comment while the Packers were sitting at 4-6, having lost four straight, I thought that he was delusional. Since then, Rodgers has thrown 14 TDs without a single interception, leading the Packers to six straight wins, a division title, […]

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The Best and the Wurst: Packers at Bears

Aaron Rodgers Rodgers’ numbers weren’t stellar. He did not throw a TD pass and finished with a QB Rating of just 87.0. Part of the reason for that was certainly dropped passed by Jordy Nelson and Davante Adams. The cold didn’t help and neither did Rodgers’ injured calf. What really matters, however, is how Rodgers made […]

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Packers Playoff Watch: Seattle a Virtual Must-Win

Week 13 helped the Green Bay Packers inch a bit closer to a playoff berth. While Detroit remained hot, beating the New Orleans Saints, the Packers gained some ground on the Minnesota Vikings when they fell to the Dallas Cowboys. Meanwhile, the Packers beat the Houston Texans at home. At this point, the Packers control […]

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