Pack to the Future #82: Fingertips

The guys talk defense, our talented group of running backs, and compare this roughing the passer call to the Fail Mary. Ian Cummings of Riggos Rag joins to break things down from the Nation’s Capital. Then Jon, Dusty, and Brian do some previewing of their own. Pack to the Future is brought to you by Sioux City Jerky. Check […]

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The Crystal Ball: What to Expect as the Packers Face Washington

Starting each Friday for the rest of the season, we will take a look at what to expect for the Green Bay Packers’ upcoming game. Injuries: As of Thursday’s practice, only Aaron Rodgers and Kevin King were non-participatory in practice. Barring some new set back, Rodgers will certainly play (he’s expected to practice on Saturday), […]

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Packers’ Risk and Reward with Rodgers’ Knee

Packers fans asked me this question, “How are you feeling after Sunday?” The answer? Unsatisfied. Tying with your arch rival for the 2nd time since 2013 (ugh, Matt Flynn).   Sunday’s tie of 29 was like a spectacular blockbuster that had a rotten ending, but there is one play that sticks in my mind. Overtime. 2nd […]

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Green Bay Packers: Homecomings

This past week versus the Vikings was one of two regular season games of which I don’t have tickets. Having no tailgate prep work Saturday, I took a trip in the opposite direction to my hometown of Highland, Wisconsin.  Where for homecoming, at the last minute, we threw together a 20th class reunion. A graduating class […]

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Packers’ D Plays Better Than Stat Sheet Shows in Week 2 Tie

The Green Bay Packers endured another thrilling game in Week 2, playing their way to a 29-29 tie with the division rival Minnesota Vikings. But unlike the season opener, few fans (of either team) left feeling particularly good about a game marred by questionable officiating, missed scoring chances, and an admittedly bad 4th quarter collapse […]

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Green Bay Packers Week 2: Studs & Duds

After watching the Green Bay Packers and Minnesota Vikings battle to a tie, it is really easy to point fingers at the officials (they were bad), the rules (they are bad), or the opposing team. Instead, I’m going to focus on the Green Bay locker room to see who did the most to lead them […]

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Clay Matthews late hit to be used in NFL Training Video

The NFL is putting an emphasis on player safety, especially protecting the quarterbacks. It is no secret that the NFL is a quarterback driven league. It back-to-back weeks, Packers Linebacker Clay Matthews was flagged for late hits on the opposing quarterbacks, both at the end of the game. The late hit in the Bears game […]

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