Playoff push is the ideal time for Packers to commit to best skill players

For the first time in three years, the Green Bay Packers are playing meaningful December football. With the Minnesota Vikings losing to the Seattle Seahawks on Monday, the Packers are cleanly in first place of the NFC North and currently hold the number three seed in the NFC. The games haven’t always been pretty, but […]

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Packers: Another West Coast Failure!

Many years ago my parents taught me, if you can’t say anything nice about someone, then don’t say anything at all. Well, I’ve been thinking since Sunday night how to write today’s article without sounding totally negative. I think I will use the words of coach Matt LaFleur, “out-coached, out-schemed, out-played and unacceptable.” I couldn’t […]

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How Taking Pressure off Aaron Rodgers has made him – and this team – better

While comparing both the 2018 and 2019 Green Bay Packers are like comparing night and day, they have characteristics to each of them that are worth looking at, especially on the offensive side of the ball. With the defensive unit looking much, much better, that helps take the pressure off of Aaron Rodgers, who had […]

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Is Marquez Valdes-Scantling More Than a Deep Threat?

Second-year wide receiver, Marquez Valdes-Scantling, was held without a catch in the Packers week nine game against the Chargers. It was the first time this season it has happened, however, it’s not the first time Valdes-Scantling has disappeared during a game. Other than the occasional home run play, too often does Green Bay’s young receiver […]

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Quiet Trade Deadline Could Be Exactly What Green Bay Needs

With the trade deadline in the NFL one of the more unused year markers in any professional sports, 2019 has produced an onslaught of deals that do not normally occur. From Jalen Ramsey to Marcus Peters, Quandre Diggs to Mohamed Sanu and all other smaller deals, player movement has been at an all-time high this […]

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