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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Coaching Adjustments Key Green Bay Packers’ Offense In Win

Facing a Detroit Lions defense that was missing its two best players — and simply not that talented of a unit to begin with — it seemed fair to question if Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers’ offense did not come out of their almost year long slump yesterday, then when would they? Rodgers […]

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Why Cancelling the Hall of Fame Game Hurts the Packers

Yesterday, Taylor O’neill wrote about the positives of #PaintGate cancelling the Hall of Fame Game. He brought up a lot of great points about why the Green Bay Packers should be thankful the game was cancelled (primarily health). While I agree with him on most of those points, there are a few key benefits of […]

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Preseason Impact Player: Trevor Davis

With Green Bay Packers Family Night in the books, and the first preseason game this Sunday, breakout candidates are starting to take form. Rookie Trevor Davis has been impressive so far in Training Camp, and will get every chance to prove he deserves a roster spot on the team. The Wide Receiver position has be […]

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Projecting the Roles of Packers’ Rookies: Rounds 4-7

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. As discussed last week, the Packers are expecting and hoping for significant impacts from each of their first three draft selections: Kenny Clark, Jason Spriggs, and […]

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Building the case for endangered Packers WRs

While the Packers did not address the wide receiver position early in last weekend’s NFL Draft, they did add one weapon to the position group that is worth getting excited about. Former California wide receiver Trevor Davis, taken in the fifth round with the 163rd overall selection, brings speed, reliable and large hands (10 inches) […]

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