So, you’ve had some time to process things from preseason game one. You’ve read a bunch of observations and opinions from around the internet about the game. Now, it’s your turn.
Every time the preseason rolls around there are naysayers who decry the games as meaningless. While I understand what they mean (the score is meaningless and the win/loss is meaningless). But, the games are far from meaningless. The Packers’ preseason
This week on the GPN Weekend Update: Highlights of the 1st Preseason Game McCarthy on his new role Packers’ depth shines And more…
There will be a lot of different things I’ll be looking for tonight when the Packers take the field against the Patriots. It’s a preseason game, so most of those things I’ll just be kind of taking in. But there’s
We don’t always agree with his play calling (heck HE doesn’t always agree with his play calling), but there’s one thing you cannot deny… The Packers have one of the best head coaches in the business.
There are a ton of reasons Family Night excites me. Lambeau Field packed to the gills for the first time since the previous season Seeing the guys in full green and gold after a long football drought Getting our first
This week on the GPN Weekend Update: Training camp needlessly abuzz about Rodgers interceptions. Should Packer fans be worried about Clay’s knee? Punting competition heats up. And more…
I don’t think anybody is truly worried about the fact that Aaron Rodgers has thrown five interceptions in training camp. Still, at first blush, the news really makes you do a double-take.
The Packers didn’t need to use Tim Masthay very often last season, but that didn’t change anything about the guy’s preparation. Things haven’t changed much now that the 2015 training camp is here. Tim still knows he’s likely to get
Ty Montgomery was a little late arriving at training camp, but he’s not only made up for lost time, he’s made quite a stir. Is it enough to unseat Adams for the number three receiver position, or is it just