Depleted Receiving Corps Greatly Affecting the Packers Offense

It was not that long ago that the Green Bay Packers offense was unstoppable. During the 2011 season, the Packers put up yards (6,482) and points (560) at an unprecedented rate. A ridiculous rate. A rate which resulted in an MVP season for Aaron Rodgers, a 15-1 regular season record, and homefield advantage throughout the […]

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Packers Aftermath: Packers at Lions

There was a time when the Green Bay Packers had the Detroit Lions’ number. It was as regular as the spring thaw and summer road construction. When the Packers played the Lions, it was a win. How much of a one sided affair was this rivalry? The Packers went 17-3 in the 2000’s against the […]

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PACKERS FOOTBALL FRIDAY: Fire and Brimstone

For most of the Favre/Rodgers era the Green Bay Packers have played a prominent game to begin the season.  They have played in the opening Thursday Night game twice.  They have opened against the 49ers twice in the past 3 years. They used to open up against the Eagles during their prime.  Make no bones about […]

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Power Ranking the Packers’ Wide Receivers

Despite losing Greg Jennings, James Jones and Donald Driver over the past 2 years, the Packers still have one of the deepest receiving groups in the NFL. They may not be as top heavy at the position as they were in 2011 when they had Jennings, Jones, Jordy Nelson, and Randall Cobb, all of whom could start […]

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PFF’s Packers Depth Chart Ratings

Pro Football Focus recently did a very interesting breakdown of the Green Bay Packers roster. They broke down every player on the roster into the following categories: Elite, high quality, good starter, average starter, poor starter, not enough information and rookie. Here is how the Packers’ starters broke down: Elite: Aaron Rodgers Clay Matthews Josh […]

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Packers Top 5 Position Groups

Ted Thompson has assembled another very talented and deep Green Bay Packers team. There are a few weaknesses, but no team is perfect. Here are my rankings of their top 5 position groups: 1. Quarterback This needs little explanation. Aaron Rodgers is arguably the best quarterback in the NFL and is at the peak of […]

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Expect Cobb and Nelson to Stay

Packers general manager Ted Thompson splurged on the wide receiver position in this year’s NFL Draft by selecting three of them. He took Davante Adams in round two, Jared Abbrederis in round five and Jeff Janis in round seven. Green Bay’s top two receivers Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb are scheduled to become free agents […]

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