‘Put Up or Shut Up’ Time for Eight Packers

Clock is Ticking on Players Struggling to Make Their Mark Noted cartoonist George Evans once said, “Every student can learn, just not on the same day, or the same way.” This old adage also applies to college athletes transitioning to the NFL, as some immediately figure things out, while others wind up submerged in mountainous […]

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Underrated Offensive Weapon in 2020 – Reggie Begelton

As unhappy as many fans are with the Green Bay Packers’ 2020 NFL Draft class, there already is an unheralded option in house that can help address their lacking offensive weapons – and he plays wide receiver. Reggie Begelton, a Canadian Football League star, was signed to a futures deal on January 6, 2020, ensuring […]

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Is Marquez Valdes-Scantling More Than a Deep Threat?

Second-year wide receiver, Marquez Valdes-Scantling, was held without a catch in the Packers week nine game against the Chargers. It was the first time this season it has happened, however, it’s not the first time Valdes-Scantling has disappeared during a game. Other than the occasional home run play, too often does Green Bay’s young receiver […]

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Quiet Trade Deadline Could Be Exactly What Green Bay Needs

With the trade deadline in the NFL one of the more unused year markers in any professional sports, 2019 has produced an onslaught of deals that do not normally occur. From Jalen Ramsey to Marcus Peters, Quandre Diggs to Mohamed Sanu and all other smaller deals, player movement has been at an all-time high this […]

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The Packers vs the Pokes

This Sunday as you all well know by now, the Green Bay will play the Dallas Cowboy’s in Arlington, TX at AT&T Stadium. Aaron Rodgers has never lost a game at AT&T, having won all 3 contests including Super Bowl 45. The Packers are actually 4-0 at AT&T. In 2013, with Aaron Rodgers out with […]

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Packers shouldn’t trade for a wide receiver

A generous fan base, hundreds of Green Bay Packers fans would gladly give up a toe to star receiver Davante Adams if it meant he could play this week against the Dallas Cowboys. Sadly, the science and legality isn’t there yet, and with Adams missing practice, it seems unlikely he will play Sunday. Without Adams, […]

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2018, Roughing the QB; 2019, Pass Interference; NFL Failures

Another season and another epic failure by the NFL Officiating to bring clarity to the game. In 2018, in response to Aaron Rodgers 2nd broken collarbone (2017 vs Vikings), the NFL decided to implement rules to better protect the quarterback. This new interpretation failed miserably, as perfectly sound QB sacks were then ruled roughing the […]

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