Green Bay Packers Week 3: Studs & Duds

After watching a loss to Washington, the Green Bay Packers have concerns about rules, catching the ball, and the defensive side of the ball. After an unexpected loss it’s good to take a look at who played well, and who did not.   Studs: Aaron Rodgers Rodgers wasn’t perfect, but playing hurt he did absolutely […]

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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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2018 Green Bay Packers Position Breakdown: Safety

In our continued journey exploring the 2018 Green Bay Packers roster, we have moved to the defensive side of the ball. Last week I wrote about the importance of the young Cornerbacks, and this week we’ll take a look at the players who will try to provide them coverage over the top and underneath..   […]

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Does Saving Money Now Make Sense for Green Bay?

Going into the 2018 NFL offseason, upgrades across the board for the Green Bay Packers were being called for, especially after a disastrous 7-9 season that saw the team lose Aaron Rodgers to another injury. Personnel upgrades were first to occur, as the team welcomed in Mike Pettine (DC) and Joe Philbin (OC) as its […]

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PACKERS FOOTBALL FRIDAY: Re-Grading the ’14 Draft

Mel Kiper released his re-grades of the 2017 NFL Draft.  The Packers grade moved from a B+ to a B.  This is completely understandable. Kevin King got hurt, Vince Biegel got hurt, Montravius Adams got hurt and Josh Jones saw just spot duty.  Jamaal Williams and Aaron Jones were underdrafted. The problem with that is […]

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Green Bay Has to Find a New Quarterback of the Defense

Mike Pettine has a new task on top of fixing one of the worst passing defenses in the NFL. With Morgan Burnett traveling to Pittsburgh to sign with the Steelers on Tuesday, Pettine has to find a new player to lead on-field communication. Burnett, who mostly lined up as a box safety, was in charge […]

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Prioritizing the Packers Offseason

The trouble lying beneath the Packers’ infrastructure did not come to fruition until former GM Ted Thompson stepped down. Even the casual bystander knew there needed to be a major overhaul on defense. That issue was addressed with the hiring of Mike Pettine. What we didn’t know was that Mark Murphy would hire internally for […]

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