Why the Packers Must Re-Sign Nick Perry

In 2016, the struggle of the Green Bay Packers’ defensive secondary illustrated the importance of solid veteran players to the success of an NFL team. After Sam Shields went down with a season-ending injury, the Packers were left with a smattering of young, inexperienced cornerbacks. Those young players could not alone carry the weight of […]

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The Best and the Wurst: Giants at Packers

Run Defense Some may call hyperbole on my next three statements. I think that they’re wrong. 1) The Green Bay defense is currently playing better than the Green Bay defense of 2010. 2) The Green Bay run defense is aiming at a historic season. 3) For the first time in perhaps the last three or […]

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The Best and the Wurst: Lions at Packers

Aaron Rodgers After placing Aaron in The Wurst last week, Rodgers bounced back with his best performance since a 5 TD rout of the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 3 of 2015. Finishing with a 129.3 QB rating, Rodgers looked like himself. He was making quick, accurate hits with his receivers. Gone were the happy […]

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Packers’ Offense Struggles, Green Bay Drops Preseason Finale

In what was the last audition for players on the bubble before rosters are finalized, the Green Bay Packers wrapped up their preseason slate with a 17-7 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs. The contest was marked by largely ineffective play from the offense, though the defense and special teams had a number of standout […]

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Projecting the Roles of Packers’ Rookies: Rounds 1-3

The Green Bay Packers are one of the most effective teams in the league when it comes to drafting players who can have an impact in their rookie season. In 2014, the Packers enjoyed significant first-year production from Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, Davante Adams, Richard Rodgers, and Corey Linsley. The same could be said regarding Damarious […]

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Winners and Losers After 2 Days of the Packers Draft

It’s been a couple of interesting days for the Packers, and Ted Thompson’s Christmas arrived Thursday night. The NFL Draft is through two of the three days in which teams pick from the best college players, and the Pack has come away with three young men who each can make an impact. But with every […]

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BREAKING: Packers take Utah State LB Kyler Fackrell, 88

Analysis (Kelly Hodgson): It was only a matter of time before the Packers pulled the trigger and chose a linebacker in this draft. While many thought  they would take an inside linebacker in the first round, they waited until the third round and chose outside linebacker Kyler Fackrell from Utah State. As Julius Peppers is […]

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