Clean football is the easiest ticket into the Super Bowl

The age-old adage involves playing clean football by cleaning up any penalties and not committing any turnovers – and for the Green Bay Packers, their dominant offense and improving defense can help play into those two simple elements quite easily on Sunday against Tampa Bay. For quarterback Aaron Rodgers, his pinpoint accuracy this season has […]

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Championship Round Preview – Tampa Bay Buccaneers

For the second consecutive season, the Green Bay Packers have advanced to the NFC Championship Game, marking also the second NFCCG appearance under second-year head coach Matt LaFleur. And standing in their way to advance to their first Super Bowl since 2010 is the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Being able to host the Championship Game at […]

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Long layoff gives Green Bay a chance to heal up

While a victory on Thursday night against the San Francisco 49ers was always the intended outcome for Green Bay to start Week 9, the injuries that they suffered were not, a consistent theme in many Packer games this season. And while the 49ers were suffering from their own rash of injuries, which for sure led […]

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Packers Make-shift offensive line dominant in Week 1

522 total yards, 158 rushing yards and zero sacks allowed. If I would’ve predicted those stats for the offensive line before the game started on Sunday in Minneapolis, I’m pretty sure you would’ve laughed. After all, the Vikings were one of the top pass-rushing defenses in the league last year with 48 total sacks, and […]

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Who is the Right group to protect Aaron Rodgers?

Packers’ training camp is finally upon us, after months of uncertainty around the NFL. One of the most fascinating and tangible storylines to follow in training camp are position battles. New blood and veteran losses create opportunities around the team, and fans want the best players to rise to the occasion. The Green Bay Packers […]

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(Should Be) A Matter of When, Not If Veldheer Rejoins the Packers

The Packers inability to re-sign their 2010 first-round pick and long-time starting right tackle Bryan Bulaga had to be a bitter pill to swallow for the organization, as they’ve placed their hopes on 30-year-old veteran Rick Wagner to replace the current San Diego Charger. The Wagner acquisition has garnered a fairly positive — if not […]

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Is Wagner the Right Call?

Instead of shelling out the cash to keep the offensive line in tack, the Green Bay Packers’ front office took the feasible route toward finding their next right tackle. On Monday, the team signed former Detroit Lion Rick Wagner to a two-year deal worth $11 million. Meanwhile, former Green Bay right tackle Bryan Bulaga signed […]

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