Well, it is the middle of the week and while I am thankful that the Packers host the Lions this time around, a brutal away stretch after the bye week has me wondering about a few things. But let me
Well, it’s time to put the devastating losses to the Broncos and Panthers in the rearview mirror, because we have some really important games coming up. This week begins four-game stretch of clashes with NFC North rivals. Everyone knows that
There was a whole lot that went wrong with that game. Jeff covered a bunch of things we’ve all been thinking in his Rant & Rave article. Still, there were several positives that I took away from this game which
The Packers need to take a long look at themselves to figure out what’s going on. The defense has shown they’re capable of stopping any team for about 3 minutes then they go to sleep. I’m not sure why Dom
Perhaps it was wishful thinking that the Packers’ deep-rooted issues on both sides of the football would be resolved in just one week of practice. Green Bay’s stagnant offense and inconsistencies on defense followed the team from Denver to Bank
This Sunday will not feature a second consecutive matchup between two undefeated teams, as NFL nation had hoped. The Week 9 matchup, however, will offer the Packers an opportunity to redeem themselves of their poorest performance with a healthy Aaron
Packers have a lot to clean up if they expect to win against the Carolina Panthers this week. Here are my top three critical factors going into the game.
This week on the Weekend Update… Emotion Rebounding Remembering Gandalf And more…
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.