Here’s a rundown of today’s practice. The In’s…and Out’s #Packers DNPs: Blue, Glover-Wright, Goodson, Sebetic, Burnett, Bakhtiari, Daniels, Perillo, Abbrederis — Weston Hodkiewicz (@WesHod) August 19, 2015 S Morgan Burnett not around. Micah Hyde taking his reps. — Tom
Larry McCarren did a nice breakdown of a play (well, plays) that the Packers made against the Patriots that built off each other. The play illustrated the way a coaching staff sequences plays during a game to gain an advantage.
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,
So, you’ve had some time to process things from preseason game one. You’ve read a bunch of observations and opinions from around the internet about the game. Now, it’s your turn.
Today we break down the Packers’ very first play of the preseason. Yes, I know, it was a sack. But we learn more from our failures than our successes and this play, while not successful last Thursday, will likely be
The Packers game last Thursday gave us a chance to see the Packers get in a lot of good work and come away relatively healthy. But there was one thing missing. One of the players that I have been looking
Every time the preseason rolls around there are naysayers who decry the games as meaningless. While I understand what they mean (the score is meaningless and the win/loss is meaningless). But, the games are far from meaningless. The Packers’ preseason
The Packers’ running game got a big boost even before Eddie Lacy came to town. The Super Bowl run during the 2010 season was successful in part because of the work of James Starks. Then the Packers picked up Eddie
This week on the GPN Weekend Update: Highlights of the 1st Preseason Game McCarthy on his new role Packers’ depth shines And more…
The interesting thing for me in the Packers’ preseason game against the Patriots was to see Scott Tolzien play like a starter. His understanding of the offense, release, and inside-out movement were vastly improved to the extent that there are