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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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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Packers Divisional Win: Unsung Heroes

While I typically pride myself on staying calm and rational during games, the Green Bay Packers win over the Dallas Cowboys has left me with some serious heart fatigue. While we know about the out-of-this-world performance by Aaron Rodgers, and the fantastic play from Jared Cook, Mason Crosby, and Micah Hyde, I’m going to take […]

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Packers Wildcard Win: Unsung Heroes

The Green Bay Packers survived a frustrating first half to dominate the Giants for the final 33 minutes of the game. Of course Aaron Rodgers, Randall Cobb, Davante Adams, and Julius Peppers all shined in the win, but who were the other key contributors? LaDarius Gunter – Gunter played a huge role in shutting Odell […]

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Cornerback is a Major Problem

Typically, NFL teams do not have much success against one of the top offenses in the NFL when starting their 4th and 5th string Cornerbacks. However, the Green Bay Packers found themselves in that exact situation, and still took the Atlanta Falcons to the wire. They simply will not be able to make it going […]

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The Best and the Wurst: Packers at Falcons

Aaron Rodgers Rodgers had his best game since the Packers played Detroit on September 25th. Completing a whopping 73.7% of his passes, Rodgers put up 246 passing yards, 4 TDs, and no interceptions. He also added 60 yards on the ground, leading the team in rushing. Rodgers looked like his old self in Atlanta. He […]

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Packers Young Secondary to Face Biggest Challenge Yet

The Green Bay Packers’ top cornerback, Pro Bowler Sam Shields, suffered his fourth concussion against the Jacksonville Jaguars last Sunday. Now working through the concussion protocol, Shields may miss multiple games. Shields missed four games after suffering another concussion late last season. Cue the Packers’ young bevvy of second year cornerbacks. Damarious Randall, Quinten Rollins, […]

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