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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What Just Happened?

It’s hard to believe the Green Bay Packers team on Sunday was the same team that lost 4 games in a row. The defense took the ball away and the offense moved it at will. So, what has happened to the inept team we saw for most of November? Mike McCarthy got creative The offense […]

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The Best and the Wurst: Colts at Packers

Ty Montgomery When Montgomery touched the ball he made the most of the opportunity. Montgomery picked up 53 yards on 7 carries on the ground (good enough for 7.6 yards per carry) and added 3 receptions on 4 targets for 38 yards. He continues to add a wrinkle to an otherwise stale offense. Haha Clinton-Dix […]

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Packers 2016 Position Evaluation: Safety

The 2015 season was a good one for the Safety position on the Green Bay Packers, and even better things seem to be on the horizon in 2016. Morgan Burnett took another step towards becoming a Pro Bowl Safety in the NFL. While he didn’t receive the recognition his play deserved, he has continued to […]

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The Best and Wurst: Packers @ Cardinals – Playoff Edition

The Green Bay Packers’ season ended in heartbreaking fashion Saturday night after one of the wildest finishes in NFL playoff history. Following an overtime-forcing offensive drive for the ages, the Packers’ defense dropped the ball in OT. The Pack shrunk their margin of loss from 30 points in their last meeting in Arizona to just […]

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A Look Forward to the Rest of the Season

With Week 5 in the books, we’re already about 1/3 of the way through the NFL season.  Before the season began, I made several predictions about the Green Bay Packers and their 2015 season here.  While the majority of the season remains, we’ve seen enough to get a pretty good idea of the composition of […]

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Monday Headlines: Other News From Packers’ Preseason Loss

By now every Packers fan the world over has heard about the likely loss of Pro Bowl receiver Jordy Nelson for the entire 2015 season.  While cheeseheads are still going through the fandom grieving process, the team must already be moving on, analyzing tape on Sunday’s loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers and preparing for Saturday’s match-up with the […]

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