Successful Draft Can Make the Tumultuous Offseason Go Away

As is an element with any professional sports team, offseason drama and issues are common fodder. The NFL, however, seems to be running rampant with it, and while that gives fans the opportunity to make bags of popcorn to follow along, it does not help the sport’s image. For the Green Bay Packers, their bombshell […]

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2011, 2015 Draft Classes a Reminder That Thompson Had His Flaws

With the likelihood that Randall Cobb does not return to Titletown, coupled with the departure of linebacker Jake Ryan to the Jacksonville Jaguars, who is currently rehabbing his torn ACL he suffered while in a Green Bay Packer uniform, and the last remnants of both the 2011 and 2015 NFL draft classes have left the […]

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Murphy’s Law Reins True in Final Game

In a game that featured no playoff implications, D-list television commentators (except for Pat McAfee) and giving up 30+ points to the Detroit Lions for the fourth consecutive time, the Green Bay Packers showed absolutely no life in their ninth loss of the season. The only positive about the loss is that the team can […]

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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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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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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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The Importance of Special Teams

As was more than evident in Sunday’s game, being able to count on your kicker to finish off a stalled drive with points is more than important in the league: it is imperative to a team’s success. Regardless of role, rhyme or reason, a team should have the confidence to be able to count on […]

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