Ranking Every Jay Cutler Interception Against the Packers

During the flurry of signings at the start of free agency, an unsurprising move fell under the radar. Jay Cutler, after missing most of the 2016 season with a labrum injury in his throwing shoulder, was released by the Chicago Bears. The reception of the news among Bears fans was much like that of Eddie […]

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A Way-Too-Early Look at 2018 Packers Free Agents

Any shrewd NFL salary cap manager is looking at not only who they can afford to pay now, but who they may have to save money for down the road. The Packers face some tough decisions this offseason, but a couple starters and valuable depth players may also be looking for an extension next year. […]

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Green Bay Packers: Who is Left at Cornerback?

While the Green Bay Packers won the NFC North and get to host a playoff game, it’s time to look at how far they can go in the playoffs? This team will likely go as far as the defensive backfield will allow them to. An already struggling Cornerback position lost Quinten Rollins and Makinton Dorleant […]

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What Just Happened?

It’s hard to believe the Green Bay Packers team on Sunday was the same team that lost 4 games in a row. The defense took the ball away and the offense moved it at will. So, what has happened to the inept team we saw for most of November? Mike McCarthy got creative The offense […]

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The Best and the Wurst: Texans at Packers

Aaron Rodgers Some might feel that it’s too easy to put Rodgers here every week, but the fact of the matter is that earlier this season Rodgers was far from a lock for the Packers’ best in any particular game. He’s turned things around, however. Rodgers outgunned Brock Osweiler in sloppy conditions, finishing with 209 […]

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Week 1: Studs and Duds

I’m still trying to catch my breath 2 days after the Green Bay Packers exhilarating win over the Jacksonville Jaguars. As with any close game there was a lot of good, and some bad, so let’s take a look at the biggest studs and duds of Week 1:   Studs Damarious Randall According to Pro […]

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Despite Inexperience, Packers’ Secondary Primed to Succeed

When the Green Bay Packers’ offense struggled in 2015, it was the defense that stepped up to help guide the team to another strong season, even if it did not end in a fifth straight division title. A big reason for the defensive unit’s overall improvement was the play in the secondary. Just five years […]

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