3 Burning Questions: Wide Receivers

In the third part of this ongoing series, we will take a look at the players that make up the wide receivers room for the Green Bay Packers, including three important areas to focus on and expectations for this group for the 2019 NFL season.  Can Aaron Rodgers and Davante Adams really increase their targets? […]

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Wanting to Incorporate Adams Means More Work for Others

169 targets, falling one short of leading the NFL in targets, must not have been enough for the Aaron Rodgers – Davante Adams combination. Stemming from comments made by Rodgers in a media session during the offseason workouts, the intent is clear: incorporate Adams more into the offensive gameplan, which in turn means more work […]

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Matt Lafleur addresses media on day 1 of NFL combine

Six weeks after being hired, Matt Lafleur is at the NFL combine. This time, he is not just behind the scenes interviewing and scouting potential draftees, he is front and center with the media as the Packers new head coach. On day 1, Lafleur spoke to the media. After two straight seasons of missing out […]

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Drafting an Under-The-Radar Receiver Can Lead to a Super Bowl Win

Uncharacteristically, the Green Bay Packers selected three wide receivers in last year’s draft, as J’Mon Moore (4th round, 133rd overall), Marquez Valdes-Scantling (5th round, 174th overall) and Equanimeous St. Brown (6th, 207th overall) were all brought in to help solidify the receiver ranks. Moore was non-existent for the team, as he is already resembling a […]

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Early Bird Breakdown Week 17 – Lions @ Packers

Hello and welcome back to Early Bird Breakdown. It’s the final week of the regular season and the Packers’ last game as they will sadly not be in the playoffs this year. Last week the Packers traveled to New York to face the Jets. Before going into this week’s match up we will take a look back […]

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Ugly Game, Yellow Fever Result in First Road Win

In a contest that fans seemed to be on the fence about if winning or losing was the best result, Green Bay made sure they did not go winless away from Lambeau in defeating the lowly New York Jets in East Rutherford in a game plagued by missed opportunities, hot and cold offensive stretches and […]

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What to Watch for the Rest of the Season

While the Green Bay Packers loss to the Arizona Cardinals officially ended any slim hopes of a playoff push, while also ending the tenure of Mike McCarthy, there are still a lot of things to keep fans engaged for the rest of the season. I’m most excited to see how the young players perform the […]

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