With the Packers’ minicamp at an end, there is once again a drought of tangible football to discuss until training camp begins in late July. For the Green Bay Packers fandom, there truly isn’t a ton to speculate on, though of course, the national media will take this dark time to go on yet another […]
Last week, we discussed the most prominent roster strengths the Packers have going into the 2019 season. There is a lot to be excited about regarding this team. Matt LaFleur brings a fresh approach and can rejuvenate the on-field product as well as the locker room culture. Aaron Rodgers is excited about this offense and […]
According to Forbes, Green Bay is the NFL’s smallest market with a metro population of over 300,000. Not a huge market, but did you know that only 16 percent of that population are NOT Green Bay fans. The Packers also have social media on their side with over 4 million backers on Facebook and over […]
Today I explain some more advanced football stats: How does ESPN create those winning probabiliy curves? Read it here.
Putting it lightly, the 2018 Green Bay Packers left a lot to be desired. Injuries took their toll, as seems to so often be the case, exposing lack of depth at key positions. Head-scratching coaching decisions and personnel usage were pervasive all season. Special teams blunders robbed the teams of so many tantalizingly close games. […]
Starr was the quarterback of the Packers from 1956 to 1971, winning a total of five titles, including the first two Super Bowls in 1967 and 1968. He earned MVP honors in both of those games as well. He won league MVP in 1966 and was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1977. Under […]
Having grown up in a time that was well past the playing days of Bart Starr, his legend status was only further cemented by the stories and first-hand accounts of who he was, not only as a player but as a human being too. From being a constant role model for kids to working with […]