Kevin King Could Be a Day One Starter

The moans and groans of Packer nation bolstered as just a couple picks before 29 Ted Thompson accepted a deal from the Cleveland Browns to move back to the first pick of the second round. TJ Watt, Reuben Foster, and Dalvin Cook were still on the board, but they were not persuading enough for the ingenuity […]

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Packers With the Most to Prove in 2017

Injuries tormented the Packers entire 2016 season, especially in the secondary. That did not mean expectations lowered for the team of Titletown. Rookie Blake Martinez became a contributor on defense, while Lane Taylor was a solid gamble to replace Josh Sitton. Ty Montgomery is the new starting running back and HaHa Clinton Dix is about […]

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House is Maybe the Packers’ Most Crucial Acquisition Yet

Davon House is in the house. Again. What does this mean? How is the secondary supposed to improve with someone who was benched while playing for the perennial doormat known as the Jacksonville Jaguars last year? Let’s explore the worst case scenario: House proves last year in Jacksonville was no fluke. Damarious Randall and Quinten […]

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Five Packers Poised to Rebound from Tough 2016 Seasons

The Green Bay Packers may have fallen short of a Super Bowl, but they still had an impressive, entertaining run to the NFC Championship Game. That being said, certain aspects of the team certainly emerged as more problematic in the 2016 season. The offense struggled early, but its bounce back played a major role in […]

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Packers’ Top Priority: Retooling a Depleted Defense

The Green Bay Packers are now more than a week removed from a 44-21 loss at the hands of the Atlanta Falcons, a defeat that ended the 2016 season the same way each of the previous five years finished: in disappointment. If 2016 showed anything, it’s that the team cannot rely solely on its MVP […]

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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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