Belichick vs. McCarthy: Playoff success when big favorites

We all know New England Head Coach Bill Belichick is arguably the best coach in NFL history, but I was curious to see how he stacks up when the Vegas line is Patriots minus-7 or more in the playoffs. I also thought it would be interesting to see how Green Bay Packers Head Coach Mike […]

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Rodgers Needs to Act Like a Leader – Always

ESPN aired the 30 for 30, “The Two Bills,” this past Thursday.  In it, it described Bill Belichick’s career with Bill Parcells and the Giants, which began for him as the Special Team Coordinator in 1980.   It later included being a Linebacker’s coach at the same time as being a Special Team Coordinator.  Five […]

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The Backup to Aaron Rodgers Lies in Free Agency

Following Tuesday’s blockbuster trade in which the Redskins acquired quarterback Alex Smith from the Chiefs, now seems like the perfect time to discuss free agent quarterbacks for 2018. Kirk Cousins’ time in Washington is over and there will plenty of bidders for his average play-making. The Packers don’t need to pay a guy like Cousins- […]

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Aaron Rodgers Is Pissed Off About Losing His QB Coach

It’s the first thing we’ve heard from Aaron Rodgers since the season ended and it wasn’t good. This morning, Rodgers appeared on ESPN’s Golic and Wingo to discuss his shoulder and the changes made to the front office and coaching staff. Rodgers got testy when discussing his former position coach who was fired at the […]

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The Playoffs Show How The Packers Should Use Ty Montgomery

A common, though not a majority opinion of fans is that Ty Montgomery should move back to Wide Receiver for the Packers. This is nonsense, and is based on the misconception that WR is his natural position and the lack of weapons at the WR position dictate putting more resources in that area. While the […]

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Are the Packers Simply Playing Musical Chairs?

Immediately after posting a clunker in Detroit to close out a clunker of a season, the Green Bay Packers immediately embarked on their most hectic offseason since 2008 when Brett Favre retired, but didn’t file his retirement papers, then told the Packers he wanted to come out of his retirement that never was officially a […]

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The Green Bay Packers Front Office is Beginning to Come into Focus

The Year in Review: After a week of upheaval and chaos within the coaching staff and front office, the organizational structure of the Green Bay Packers is beginning to come more into focus. Over the last week, we have seen Joe Philbin and Jim Holster fill the positions of offensive coordinator and wide receivers coach […]

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