This week on the Weekend Update… Hail Mary Injuries Hail Mary What’s with Eddie Lacy? Hail Mary And more…
If there was one thing I could change in the game against the Chicago Bears, it would be Davante Adams dropping the ball. If the Packers could have changed that one thing, it would have made all the difference in
It was nice to see Eddie Lacy start to look like his old self again in the Packers outing against the Vikings. He was back to making people miss, he was back to bull rushing people, and he was back
I love an underdog. There is just something about seeing someone get overlooked and later prove that he was one chance short of greatness, that really gets me. The Packers’ organization itself should be an underdog…small community and a team that
Aaron Rodgers passes were intercepted five times in 2014, but how many of those interceptions were the cause of Mr. Ball-Security letting his guard down and making a poor decision? Let’s review.
When the Packers drafted Brett Hundley, I was thrilled. Most were dumbfounded that Thompson would go after a QB but I loved the pick. Still, I figured he would be a work in progress. I expected that he would sit
Jared Abbrederis has been cleared to play in the final preseason game of the 2015 season. That’s not a lot of time to show his stuff but he has some things working for him… and some things working against him.
Kickoff is just a couple hours away and I’m getting pumped for the first game of 2015 at Lambeau Field. Hang in there Packer fans, we’re about to get a much needed football fix. Still, there are a lot of
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
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