Emotion is one of those intangibles that make predicting the outcome of a game very difficult. All the stats can point to one team dominating a game and emotion can be the tipping point that changes that outcome.
Without exception, the predictions I heard for this game against the Broncos all had Green Bay winning the game. Many predictions were closer than others, but all had Green Bay winning this game out right. So what went wrong?
If you’ve been wondering where the Packers run game has gone, keep reading , because this could be a really fun game. The Chargers come into the game against the Packers has the #29 run defense in the league. And,
The Chargers are coming to town and, statistically speaking, these two teams are pretty closely matched. The matchup on Sunday will pit the Packers’ #10 offense against the Chargers’ #15 defense, and the Chargers’ #3 offense against the Packers’ #7
We’re getting deep enough into the season now that league-wide stats are starting to even out and they really have a fascinating tale to tell about the 2015 Packers offense.
A 31-23 win at Soldier Field didn’t feel like much of a victory for the Packers, despite three touchdown passes by Aaron Rodgers and a game-changing interception by Clay Matthews. Green Bay was outplayed by the Bears during many stretches
The question was recently posed whether it was possible for the Packers to average 35 points a game in 2015. Considering the fact that the Packers were pretty prolific scorers in 2014 to the tune of 30.4 points per game,
The Packers ended a running back drought when James Starks came on to help the Packers win Super Bowl XLV in 2010. Then they got Eddie Lacy who kicked the running game up a notch (or two) from there. The
The Forth of July is behind us and that means that Training Camp 2015 is right around the corner. Of course, camp is important to the team and especially to young players trying to get jobs, but it is also
The Packers aren’t jumping to any conclusions regarding Andrew Quarless. The veteran tight end had 29 catches for 323 yards and 3 touchdowns in 2015 but the rookie Richard Rodgers had 20 catches for 225 yards and 2 touchdowns. Rodgers would seem