One of the things that I’ll be watching in 2016 really has nothing to do with the strategy or mechanics of football. There are always those immeasurable things that often factor into how an NFL team produces on the field.
Clay Matthews’ weakness is stronger than many players strengths, yet he has one nonetheless. Read on to find out what it is and why this move back to the outside is important. At the end of the post is an
2015 was the first season in recent memory in which the Packers defense stood the hero more often than the offense. So, of course, the defense is where the bulk of the changes should be this off-season (tongue firmly planted
In 1992, the Falcons traded with the Packers in a deal that brought Brett Favre to Green Bay. It was a decision that would change the face of the organization and bring, not only a franchise QB back to the
Yesterday, news came out of Mike Daniels’ new contract extension, but Daniels didn’t really want to talk about it. His response was that he would celebrate in the offseason but for now, there was work to do and things to
Charles Woodson still has it. He’s leading the league in INTs. I’m sure happy for him. I hated to see him go. But… Something’s not quite right with this picture. (Or, maybe it’s very right.) 🙂
We’ve seen a bunch of good stuff out of Jayrone Elliott this season. And, the game against the Rams was no different.
Yesterday NFL.com reported that B.J. Raji is down to 327 lbs. According to Raji himself, his weight hasn’t been that low since college. Is this just an interesting tidbit of information or does it mean more for the Packers 2015
The Packers enter this training camp as a dominant force in the league. But, we all know that there is still room for improvement. We’ve discussed several areas of improvement this off season but there’s one that, should it improve
I’d love to see another dominant ILB like this emerge during the preseason.