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 Vikings

Mike Daniels Make no mistake about it, Clay Matthews is still a superstar and an essential part of this team. With that being said, Mike Daniels is the best defensive player on the Green Bay Packers. He has become an absolutely disruptive force on the defensive line. As good as he is as a pass-rusher, […]

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The Best and the Wurst: Packers at Jaguars

Aaron Rodgers It’s usually seems too easy, perhaps even lazy, to throw Rodgers on this list, but last season Rodgers often found himself on the outside of “The Best.” In the season opener, however, Rodgers looked to have his groove back. Finishing with 199 yards, 2 passing TDs, 1 rushing TD, and a 95.1 QB rating, […]

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Re-evaluating the Packers Breakout Candidates

With five days left until the start of the 2016 NFL season, it’s time to set aside our angst about Josh Sitton and re-evaluate where the Green Bay Packers have come from. Before Training Camp started this year, I took a swing at which players would breakout this offseason. The following is my analysis on […]

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Green Bay Packers 2016 Breakout Candidates

As a draft and develop team, the Green Bay Packers are incredibly reliant on the ability of their coaching staff to get players to make large strides from year one to two and from year two to three. The Packers have several candidates to be breakout players this offseason.   TE Kennard Backman Backman is […]

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Grading Packers’ Second Year Players

With the Green Bay Packers coming off their bye week, now is as good of a time as any to take a look at the second year players and grade their overall seasons thus far.  The second year in the NFL is an important one, as coaches expect these players to make a sophomore jump. […]

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The Best and the Wurst: Chargers at Packers

The Best and the Wurst is a weekly series wherein I highlight just a few of the things that stuck out to me in last week’s game.  They are not only or merely the best or wurst players overall, but are merely observations from the game.  Sometimes the considerations aren’t even players at all, but play […]

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