Packernation Fan Fotos: January

Well Packer Fan Fotos are finally here at GPN! We loved every pic and actually tried to include anything that we got from November or December as well. If we missed you, please drop us a line and ALWAYS remember to put “Fan Foto” in the subject line. Enjoy!Let’s start with the future of the Pack in the stands and, maybe, on the field: “A” ta tha DORABLE!

kidsIf this is the future…the future looks very bright indeed! But there are more kiddos also.




We also had a bunch of other Packer People…guys and gals:packerdudes





Nothin’ says “ahmma real woman!” like wearin’ the green and gold!

But there was more…fun and funny and cute:



morepackerpicsSo there you have it…Packernation Fan Foto for January of 2014 (and earlier). If you have a pic you want to submit to Fan Foto, just go to our Facebook webpage or email us at and be sure to put “Fan Foto” in the subject line.

So until next month, thanks everyone! Y’all are great and so is OUR TEAM. Go Pack!

Packernation Season in Review By Fans, For Fans

Awhile back we asked Packernation what their season highpoints were. The response was staggering but centered around a few really tremendous moments in a season where the Packers made it into the playoffs in “Cardiac Pack-like” fasion.

With a long offseason to go before there’s more football, we thought we would share some of the highlights of the 2013 (of which there were plenty) and base all the great memories on what you, the fans said (well, as a fan myself, I may throw some of my own in ;).

First and foremost in almost everyone’s mind: Rodgers to Cobb in the Chicago game for all the marbles. This play won the “Never Say Die” award and showed Packers fans the grit that we all knew this team has. Check it out:

Arod to cobb from GreenBay Packer Nation on Vimeo.


Even though this season did not end the way all Packer fans wanted (Super Bowl baby!) we still have a lot to be proud of from this squad. Mike McCarthy said this Monday in a press conference that this season was by far the most challenging he has had. That includes his first season and the 2010 season.

Look for more good Packer past in future installments!

Go Pack!



Legacy of Champions: Packers 1931 Championship

Packers 1931 ChampionshipA continuation of our series on world championships the Packers have brought home to Green Bay. In case you missed any, read them all right here.

Before the term three-peat ever became a part of American vernacular, the Packers had three-peated… twice. The first came in 1931.

In the heart of the Great Depression, families’ life savings disappeared, farms went belly up, and people learned to survive on odd jobs and pop corn. But in the little town of Green Bay, WI, the Packers once again reminded Americans that it doesn’t matter what odds are stacked against you, if you fight hard enough, you can emerge a champion. Continue reading

Legacy of Champions: Packers 1930

Packers 1930 ChampionshipThe second installment in our Legacy of Champions series. If you missed the first one, click here to read it.

Coming off an undefeated season and their first championship. The Packers launched their 1930 campaign with eight straight wins. This brought their win streak to 23 and had them well on their way to another league championship. Continue reading

Callin’ Collins: Will Nick Collins Be A Packer Once Again?

So I posted to Packernation on the facebook page the question “Is Nick Collins another Johnny Jolly or too

It would in fact be FANTASTIC to see this guy on the field.

It would in fact be FANTASTIC to see this guy on the field.

much of a risk?” and the response prompted this post. There were so many great comments that I couldn’t even read them all but a few jumped out at me and it seemed obious to me that:

1. Nick Collins is on the minds of Packers fans everywhere.

2. There are a LOT of different opinions as to whether he should come back or not. Continue reading

Legacy of Champions: Packers 1929

1929 Packers ChampionshipsThe first in a series that chronicles the championships of the mighty team from the tiny town of Green Bay, Wisconsin.

In 1919, in the tiny town of Green Bay, Wisconsin, a football team was born. Ten years later this rag-tag group of men from a town of 37,000 would stand toe to toe with the Goliaths of the league from cities like Chicago (population 3.37 million in 1929) and New York (population 6.7 million in 1929) and show them how the game of football is played, as they would win championship after championship. Continue reading

Super Bowl 48 Prediction

Well it’s been awhile since I did a Super Bowl prediction but today I dusted off the ole’ formula that I use to ‘imgresgit er done. Let me first say that I am a Russell Wilson fan…have been since he played for the Badgers and no one wants him to win more than I do. But the Broncos have their own Badger hopeful in Montee Ball. Can’t play favorites in a prediction post y’all!

Shortly after the Championships, all the talk was about how Denver was practically unstoppable on offense and how this year was “the year” for the Broncos. Toward the middle of this week, however, it all started to change. The Broncos are favored by 3 (2.5)  in this game but you wouldn’t know it with all the love the Seahawks are getting. Continue reading

McCarthy Quietly Remains One of the NFC’s Elite Coaches

Another early postseason exit by the Packers in 2013 has left many fans feeling a sense of complacency within the organization, as they watch NFC rivals repeatedly reach the NFC title game and Super Bowl while the green and gold sit at home. It is certainly true that injuries and other bad breaks throughout the season presented hurdles for the 2013 Packers; but the team ultimately had their chance to make a 2010-esque postseason run in January. While the three seasons following Green Bay’s 2010 Super Bowl run can certainly bring about some disappointment, one must appreciate what the franchise has done since Mike McCarthy took over as head coach in 2006.

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Wild Card Takeaways

untitledThe Packers ran out of magic in the Niners’ wild card visit to Lambeau Field as Jim Harbaugh’s crew beat Green Bay for the fourth consecutive time. Colin Kaepernick had his way through the air against a Packers pass defense that saw four starters suffer injuries after kickoff. Davon House was a dark horse in the contest, making several big pass break-ups (with the help of some liberal officiating) while also giving up big gains.

Though the playoff loss at home will be a difficult one to swallow, fans must appreciate what the team was able to accomplish during a season that saw a large portion of the roster miss multiple games. There are several holes on the roster that will need to be addressed in free agency and the 2014 draft, starting with the safety position.

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