Protecting the Ball Is Green Bay’s Only Chance vs Chicago

The Green Bay Packers come from behind win over the Chicago Bears in week one remains their best win of 2018. Aaron Rodgers exited the game with what appeared to be a serious knee injury, but returned in the second half to throw for three touchdowns. His heroic performance brought the Packers back from a […]

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Packers Offensive Line Could Look a lot Different in 2019

The Green Bay Packers offensive line is a good place to start re-tooling if the team wants to go that route under a new head coach. It won’t take long for Mike McCarthy’s replacement to realize there hasn’t been much stability protecting Aaron Rodgers in 2018. Guard Lane Taylor is having a down year in […]

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Jim Harbaugh, Coaches, and the Cult of Personality

As the Green Bay Packers set upon their search for a new head coach to replace Mike McCarthy after 13 years on the job, there are plenty of opinions out there as to what kind of coach they need to hire: “They need a quarterback whisperer, so that we don’t waste any more of Aaron’s […]

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Breakdown of How the Packers Can Reach the Playoffs

You may want the Green Bay Packers season to be over already, but there are still five games left before you can put a bow on a year that will go down as a colossal disappointment. And while it’s tough to suffer through a full game that almost feels scripted, the Packers are still playing […]

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History Bears Repeating: It’s 2005 All Over Again

As the drama and trauma of the 2018 Packers season slowly chugs to its eventual conclusion, which will likely be the release of head coach Mike McCarthy, we should be intrigued by the parallels with the way this season and the 2005 season:  a 4-12 affair that seemed cursed from the very start, under a […]

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Gutekunst’s Roster Is Trending Up

The final say when it comes to the Packers’ roster belongs to general manager Brian Gutekunst and for good reason. Though it’s still early, it appears his first draft class was a success and offseason acquisitions are contributing as well. Gutekunst even shook things up by trading away inconsistencies in Ty Montgomery and Ha Ha […]

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Does a Loss to Miami Mean the Axe for McCarthy?

Packers head coach Mike McCarthy is probably walking on eggshells roaming the halls of Green Bay’s facilities these days. His GM Brian Gutekunst has proved over the last two weeks he’s not afraid to cut anyone loose over lack of performance. First, running back Ty Montgomery and safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix were traded last week […]

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