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Congrats Mason, but Another Kicker Impressed Me More

  1 year ago     43 Views     2 Comments  

On Sunday, Mason Crosby became the Packers all-time scoring leader passing another kicker, Ryan Longwell, for the honors. For most teams, the kicker is typically the scoring leader. After all, every time he touches the ball it's either in an effort to score or just following a score. Add to the the fact that the position is a low-impact one and the tenure of a kicker far out-distances the other players on the team. Still, Longwell had a ton of points under his belt and Mason had a sizable cold streak where we were wondering if he might be cut…

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The Man, the Myth, the McCarthy

  2 years ago     51 Views     1 Comment  

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. (more…)

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Packer Receivers of History: Ahman Green

  2 years ago     38 Views     Leave your thoughts  

As we continue the series on Packer Receivers of History, we want to take some time to include the Packer running backs that have contributed heavily to the passing game. To read the articles you missed, go to the Packer Receivers of History category page. As the eve of training camp approaches and another Packers season is almost here, we take a look at one final running back who contributed greatly to the Packer passing attack during his tenure with the green and gold. Ahman Green. (more…)

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Packers Receivers of History: Dorsey Levens

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As we continue the series on Packer Receivers of History, we want to take some time to include the Packer running backs that have contributed heavily to the passing game. To read the articles you missed, go to the Packer Receivers of History category page. Dorsey Levens was drafted in the fifth round of the 1994 NFL draft. He played most of his college career at Georgia Tech where he still holds the record for yards per carry at a whopping 7.2! Dorsey's first couple years on the frozen tundra were very quiet. But he showed Packer fans a glimpse…

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Backing Up Brett Favre

  2 years ago     85 Views     3 Comments  

Sixteen seasons is a monstrous long time to start for a single team in the NFL. In that time a lot of backup quarterbacks came and went. Some of them were terrible some of them not so bad. In fact there were several Packer backups who went on to start with other teams. Let's take a stroll down memory lane and see if you recognize any of these names. (more…)

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