Kenny Clark On Pace For Pro Bowl Season

No player on Green Bay’s defense has been more consistent and dominant than defensive tackle Kenny Clark. He’s progressed in each of his three NFL seasons and is now starting to show why the Packers used a first round pick on him back in 2016. He started to show significant signs of an impact last […]

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For Once, It’s Not on the Defense

For once it’s the offense that can’t hold up their end of the bargain in Green Bay. For years the scapegoat was a defense that consistently surrendered big leads and lacked creativity. Now Aaron Rodgers can’t seem to get on the same page as his receivers and Mike McCarthy isn’t successfully implementing his three viable […]

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Through Four Games, Aaron Rodgers Hasn’t Looked Himself

Aaron Rodgers called the offense’s performance in week five ‘terrible.’ The Buffalo Bills, who used timely turnovers to defeat the Minnesota Vikings the week before, are lead by a defensive minded coach in Sean McDermott. However, the number of miscues by the Packers offense ultimately resulted in dissatisfaction overall. Through the first four weeks of […]

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Packers Must Find a Way to Get Marcedes Lewis More Snaps

The Green Bay Packers have yet to put good use to the prolific blocking and consistent pass-catching shown by tight end Marcedes Lewis over his 13-year NFL career. The Packers signed Lewis in May to sure up the back up tight end position behind Jimmy Graham. He is a more proven and willing blocker than […]

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The Defense Needs Kevin King on the Field

There was a noticeable drop off after Kevin King exited the game vs the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday. The former second-round pick tweaked a familiar groin injury during the second quarter that prevented him from returning in the second half. Veteran corner Davon House stepped in his place and the result was an obvious decline […]

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Packers vs Vikings- Game Recap

Ties are never fun, but it’s the sad reality of the Packers-Vikings game yesterday. A hobbled Aaron Rodgers threw for 281 yards and a touchdown. Green Bay’s defense held up for most of the game but appeared fatigued late after being on the field for most of the fourth quarter. Critical penalties prevented the Packers […]

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Signs Point Toward Rodgers Playing This Week

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers may not be available to practice this week but that doesn’t mean he won’t suit up against the Minnesota Vikings this Sunday. On Wednesday, Rodgers called his knee injury a “sprain” but chose not to go into further detail. When asked if he could play against the Vikings without […]

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