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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The Best and the Wurst: Texans at Packers

Aaron Rodgers Some might feel that it’s too easy to put Rodgers here every week, but the fact of the matter is that earlier this season Rodgers was far from a lock for the Packers’ best in any particular game. He’s turned things around, however. Rodgers outgunned Brock Osweiler in sloppy conditions, finishing with 209 […]

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It’s Time for the Packers to Utilize Christine Michael

On Monday night the Green Bay Packers offense awoke from its slumber and dropped 27 points on a pretty decent Philadelphia Eagles defense. While Aaron Rodgers had his best game of the season and receivers like Davante Adams are starting to carve up opposing secondaries, the Packers offense is still decidedly one-sided. As good as […]

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Packers’ Season Not Entirely on the Line in Philadelphia

Most expect tonight to be a make-or-break game for the 2016 Green Bay Packers. While it has looked over the last month or so that the Packers have already waved goodbye to the 2016 post-season, the general narrative among Packers’ beat writers and faithful is that it could essentially become official tonight in Philadelphia. If the Packers […]

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The Best and the Wurst: Packers at Redskins

Aaron Rodgers Rodgers missed a few passes but overall he played quite well. He clearly wasn’t the reason that the Packers lost on Sunday night. He finished with 351 yards, 3 TDs, and 0 INTs for a QB Rating of 115. He also added 33 yards rushing, leading the team in that category. Rodgers has […]

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The Best and the Wurst: Packers at Titans

Davante Adams Jordy Nelson might still be Aaron Rodgers’ number one target, but Davante Adams has made a case this season that he’s truly the Packers most talented wide out and the future of the receiving corps. Last year, such a statement would have seemed incredible, but credit Adams with sticking with it during the […]

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