Wait, Do the Packers Have a Good Special Teams Unit?

Pinch me. Through three games, the Green Bay Packers’ Special Teams have actually been, good. After an offseason of waking up in a cold sweat from re-occurring nightmares of botched punt coverage, could it really be over? I was considering seeing a therapist for this and sending the bill to Maurice Drayton. But then the […]

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Packers Week 3: Toasts and Roasts

It just wouldn’t be the Green Bay Packers if they didn’t have it come down to the wire. Am I right? In the Packers week 3 matchup Sunday afternoon, they defeated the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in a game that could’ve been done by halftime. But they had to make sure we didn’t get comfortable. Regardless […]

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No Huddle Radio #99: Did the Packers Do Enough to Fix Special Teams?

The guys evaluate what’s changed on the Packers special teams unit from last year and ask if it’s enough to make a difference.

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Packers Special Teams (Re)Building Blocks

For young players trying to secure a spot on the roster, special teams, not play on at their particular position is what can earn them a coveted spot on the 53 man roster. Particularly this season, where a perpetually struggling unit, is yet again looking to rebuild under new Special Teams Coordinator Rich Bisaccia. He […]

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No Huddle Radio #95: Should You Be Concerned About Cornerback & Safety Depth?

The guys discuss the Packers cornerback depth and safety depth, ask who will be the Packers third safety, and who can step up this year.

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Keisean Nixon Will Play Critical Role For Packers

An unheralded signing this offseason was defensive back Keisean Nixon. Coming over from the Raiders, Nixon signed a 1 year deal in March. Initially thought of as a core special teams signing, Nixon is positioned to contribute significantly on defense as the dime corner. The combination of special teams and defensive support is a critical […]

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Packers Special Teams Wins Championships as Well

How many kids do you think have re-enacted Kick or Punt returns in their backyards? Maybe in the school yard at recess? Probably not a staggering number.  But you can count ten-year-old me in on that number.  I had taken a break from pretending to be Antonio Freeman catching a deep bomb in the endzone […]

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