Frustrating Loss Magnifies Packers’ Various Personnel Issues

It’s easy to be pretty down on the Green Bay Packers’ postseason chances after a sloppy loss to the Washington Redskins in Week 3. The 31-17 thumping continued what seems like a recent trend of slow starts for Aaron Rodgers & Company. Despite the poor performance, there are reasons to remain (cautiously) optimistic moving forward. […]

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Nick Perry makes his return to practice

The Packers returned to the practice field on Sunday following their second preseason game against the Steelers and one player was fired up about the closed practice. Nick Perry returned to practice on Sunday for the first time this year. The timetable for his return to game action is still uncertain but all signs are […]

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Can Packers Defense Exceed Expectations?

Can Packers Defense Exceed Expectations? As training camp approaches, the Packers defense will begin to answer questions about whether or not they have made a dramatic improvement from last seasons dismal showing. The poor defensive performance in 2017 was encapsulated by the fact that they allowed opponents to score in every trip that they made […]

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Part 3, Redrafting All Green Bay First Round Picks Since 2000

Going into the third part of this series, I will be looking at the first-round selections made by Green Bay in years 2011-2015. Last week, I looked at the selections made from 2006-2010, and the week prior I went through selections from 2000 to 2005. 2011- Derek Sherrod, T In one of the better first […]

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2018 Green Bay Packers Position Breakdown: Edge Rushers

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 defensive line, and this week we’ll see how the other defenders will try to put pressure on opposing Quarterbacks.   2018 Green Bay Packers Position […]

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My Bold Prediction: Vince Biegel Will Lead Team in Sacks

Last offseason, the Green Bay Packers made a controversial (at least in the state of Wisconsin) decision to pass on drafting University of Wisconsin pass rusher T.J. Watt in the first round. Instead, then-General Manager Ted Thompson traded down to the top of the second round and selected Washington cornerback Kevin King. With the extra […]

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Gilbert, Biegel ready to break out

Last month, many were expecting the Green Bay Packers to draft a pass rusher, or even multiple pass rushers, high in the NFL Draft. It makes sense, considering the Packers were 17th in total pressures generated from the front seven (218). However, Green Bay was only nine pressures ahead of 25th place. The Packers struggled […]

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