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.
Yesterday, I wrote about how there is a lot of football still to play this year and that is true. However, I don’t want to belittle the importance of the Packers getting back on track…and fast. The Packers’ loss to
After a “humbling” loss at the hands of the Broncos, the Packers hope to rebound against another unbeaten. The good news is that the loss to the Broncos was an AFC loss…this game against the Panthers is a game that
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.) 🙂
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?