Being a “Dark Horse” in Green Bay is Nothing New

I love when the NFL playoffs start off the new year, not because we got a few classic games like Philadelphia and Chicago gave us or the blend of “hot takes” that television shows on ESPN or FS1 throw at its audience. No, no it is the head coaching vacancies in the NFL. Ranging from […]

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Rodgers to Play Sunday @ Jets. No Thanks to Philbin

I love this time of the year. Driving down the snowy streets of Green Bay basking in the Christmas decorations and lights spread across the town. Being with family, opening presents, firing up my favorite Christmas movie, and collecting another NFC North divisional ti…wait a second. The Packers were eliminated from the playoff picture to […]

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Packers’ Risk and Reward with Rodgers’ Knee

Packers fans asked me this question, “How are you feeling after Sunday?” The answer? Unsatisfied. Tying with your arch rival for the 2nd time since 2013 (ugh, Matt Flynn).   Sunday’s tie of 29 was like a spectacular blockbuster that had a rotten ending, but there is one play that sticks in my mind. Overtime. 2nd […]

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Brett Hundley’s Trade Value

The Green Bay Packers come into the season with significant depth at Quarterback, but would a good preseason be enough for them to get significant trade value for Brett Hundley? After falling to the 5th round of the 2015 NFL Draft, Hundley had a very solid rookie camp and preseason. Injuries limited his availability in […]

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2017 Green Bay Packers: Quarterbacks

Arguably the easiest position for the Green Bay Packers to analyze is Quarterback. They have an All-World starter, a promising young backup, and a dark horse candidate to make the roster.   Aaron Rodgers Rodgers will be fully expected to be in the conversation for NFL MVP again this season. Adding Martellus Bennett and Lance […]

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Brett Favre and Aaron Rodgers: Twenty One Seasons of Green Bay Packers Success

Ask yourself this question: would you consider the past twenty one seasons a failure for the Green Bay Packers? Seems like an odd question to ask, doesn’t it? Considering that the time frame in question has brought two Super Bowl titles to Green Bay (as well as one loss) should hardly qualify as a failure […]

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