In a game in which the Packers had two enemies to deal with…the Bears’ defense and the refs, a timely play by a veteran defender made the difference. With the Bears down by 8 but with plenty of time for
Every week we gather the best Packer content from around the internet. It’s the easiest way to catch up on your reading and get ready for the big game. This week on the Weekend Update… Bears hate-week! Speculation on Cobb
This is funny stuff! Jimmy Fallon is one of my favorites and it is good to see a couple Packers players…
The NFC title game loss must still be fresh in Mike McCarthy’s mind: the head coach kicked off Week 1 with some uncharacteristic aggression toward the division-rival Bears. While some of this confidence may be warranted, a number of factors
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.
The Packers take on the Bears in Chicago on Sunday and the Packers wide receiver corps is anything but the “picture of health and completeness” that we were expecting. With Jordy Nelson out, the Packers brought in James Jones and
It is game week and the 2015 season begins with the longest standing rivalry in the League. The Chicago Bears hope to knock off a Nelson-less Packers team in Chicago while the Packers wish to get the away win so
With the opener against Da Bears right around the corner Ted Thompson did something he is strongly against by bringing in a veteran free agent (James Jones) to fill a position otherwise occupied by their young developmental players. With Jordy
James Jones is going to have some work to do to prove he was worth the cost of Myles White’s job. I think he will do that and possibly more. When a receiver “loses a step” what does that mean?
Mike McCarthy addressed the media this afternoon and was very happy to have James Jones back in the fold. It is yet to be seen how Jones will be implemented in the season opener as he has new installs to