Pick Your Poison Part 2: Jordy Nelson

Aaron Rodgers TD Percentage2014 showed that the Packers offense is, frankly, a juggernaut. Two rookies that made a difference at positions where that is difficult to do (wide receiver and tight end) in this league will now be coming back after a season full of experiences, good and bad. This experience, combined with the veteran presence of Pro-Bowler Jordy Nelson and the ever-dangerous Randall Cobb will give defenses fits in 2015. Add to that the up-and-coming Jeff Janis and a healthy Jared Abbrederis and the Packers receiver corps will force defenses to “pick their poison”. We will highlight all these guys in successive installments of the series.  Continue reading

Packer Receivers of History: Greg Jennings

Greg Jennings PackersA continuation of the Packer Receivers of History series. To read the articles you missed, go to the Packer Receivers of History category page.

There is a ton of controversy surrounding Greg Jennings right now. Frankly, there will always be controversy surround a player who “defects” from the Packers and joins the hated Vikings.

That said, what Jennings did when he was a Packer puts him in the conversation with other top Packer receivers. Continue reading

3 Statements For Aaron Rodgers Critics: CLICK To Chime In

Wow! Apparently Dennis Dodd and Lance Briggs think they get to choose who Aaron Rodgers roots for in the NCAA tournament. Well, I disagree. And I have a few things to say about Aaron’s attendance at recent Badgers games. I love  that Aaron has supported and even made friends with young Badger players who reside in Aaron Rodgers’s state of residence. Here are some Twitter snapshots that illustrate just how presumptuous some people can be.  Continue reading

A few thoughts about the off season and upcoming draft!

draft logoIs it April 30th yet? Football season can’t get here soon enough for most fans, and April 30th “Draft day” kicks off the new beginning in my opinion. Some fans like the free agency frenzy and believe that’s the start of the season but I have learned Ted Thompson doesn’t dabble in free agency too often except to retain his own, so as I said draft day is the day I look forward to for the new season.

At this stage of the game fans are freaking out about who was lost and who should be signed, lets take a look at where the team stands after the dust has settled, first and foremost Thompson secured two of his own in Bryan Bulaga and Randall Cobb, with the exception of Kuhn the offense is pretty much intact and Kuhn is a 90% chance of being signed soon. Continue reading

Packers and Guion Ink One Year Deal

LetroyPackernation has seen the interior of the defense in flux all off-season with no signings…until now. According to NFL.com, LeTroy Guion and the Packers have agreed to a one year deal. The deal came after a season in which Guion came on at the right time but then made huge blunder by being picked up for marijuana possession.  Continue reading