2016 Game Review

Big Players Make Big Plays In Big Games

  10 months ago     186 Views     Leave your thoughts  

The Packers have their share of big players, first and foremost is Aaron Rodgers, the team's leader and MVP candidate for the 2016 season. But some lesser known players have grown up in the Packers' recent past, and as last nights game proved, we are going to need these players to play big if the Packers hope to keep their win streak alive.¬† (more…)

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3 Ways Mike Daniels Embodies Everything the Packers Are

  1 year ago     239 Views     Leave your thoughts  

Mike Daniels is an explosive player in more ways than one. On the field, he is a beast...I recently quipped that the Army had called Daniels on the phone to see if they could recruit him to drop out of planes as a bunker buster. During the loss to the Colts, I stood speechless watching Daniels take not one, not two...but¬†three players to task and almost sack Andrew Luck for a safety. But to me, right now, Mike Daniels is more than just a dominant player...he embodies a lot of who the Packers are right now. Here are three reasons…

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There Are No Moral Victories…However…

  1 year ago     120 Views     Leave your thoughts  

There is a saying in the NFL that there are no moral victories and that is true. A win is a win is a win and a loss the same. The Packers were unable to get a "W" yesterday and that is disappointing, especially as it pertains to the NFC North race. The Packers, with the loss against the Falcons, put themselves behind the 8-ball in the North and Packers fans find themselves hoping for a Jay Cutler (brief) resurgence tonight as the Bears take on the Vikings on MNF. There are no moral victories...however.... (more…)

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R&R Packers/Bears

  1 year ago     111 Views     Leave your thoughts  

Rants It was a win over a 1-5 Bears team, but I still saw the same issues the offense has had for over a year now... separation by receivers and accuracy by Rodgers! Both of Adams TD's were bad passes with good catches. One he was wide open in the end zone and Rodgers' pass was low and behind him but Adams was able to reach back and snag it before it hit the ground, the other was just thrown at the defender's back and Adams reached over him to get it. On both of those passes, if Rodgers was…

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