Which RBs make the Packers’ initial 53?

After months of uncertainty, professional football, king of all sports, returns. By the end of this week, the Green Bay Packers will have a 53-man roster and be preparing for a Week 1 tilt against the Minnesota Vikings. Due to a lack of preseason games and a stricter PR policy by the team, predicting a […]

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Aaron Rodgers thriving in training camp

Some individuals are strong enough to recognize that just because a player lights up at training camp it doesn’t mean that will translate to regular-season success. Every year, there are training camp crushes. Those who look amazing in shorts but don’t produce in pads. The strong know to keep expectations level. I am not strong. […]

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Who is the Right group to protect Aaron Rodgers?

Packers’ training camp is finally upon us, after months of uncertainty around the NFL. One of the most fascinating and tangible storylines to follow in training camp are position battles. New blood and veteran losses create opportunities around the team, and fans want the best players to rise to the occasion. The Green Bay Packers […]

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Saturday Night’s All Right for NFL?

The Mid-American Conference, the nation’s best college sporting conference since it contains Bowling Green State University, shattered hopes for a normal fall college football schedule as the first to officially postpone its season. The Big Ten and Pac-12 quickly followed suit, hoping to play a season in the spring. While some conferences, such as the […]

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Just say NO to Antonio Brown

Sports media is once again fascinated with Green Bay Packers’ wide receiver depth chart. Last week, Devin Funchess chose to opt-out of the 2020 season. I discussed how the team brass is comfortable with their depth chart and expect great things from their young receivers. In press meetings this week, Aaron Rodgers, Davante Adams, and […]

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How will Funchess’ opt-out change Packers’ receiving depth?

This week saw the first handful of NFL players that have chosen to opt-out of the 2020 seasons due to COVID-19-related concerns. New Packers WR Devin Funchess is one of these players and is the first (and currently only) Packer to do so. Funchess has experience with the virus, as he spent the offseason caring […]

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Could lack of preseason give Packers an edge?

It’s official–the 2020 NFL season will feature no preseason games. This news is unsurprising. The NFL was already willing to drop from four games to two, but the NFLPA had been pushing for all of the exhibition games to be dropped. Despite a lukewarm (at best) fan reception of preseason games, they hold an important […]

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