Prognosticate, Predict…And Win $100 At the Packer Pro Shop!

Well, the season is almost upon us and with it a clash between the Packers and the Seahawks to kick off this NFL year. What better way to kick off the season than with a win against the reigning Super … Continue reading

Key Matchup: Corey Linsley v. Brandon Mebane

Tomorrow night’s game will feature a first start for Packers rookie center Corey Linsley. Bruce Irvin of the Seattle Seahawks has said that he would be “praying for” Linsley because it is going to be a long night. While it … Continue reading

CLICK to Fill in the Blanks: 3 Wildcards “Suck” or “Shine”

The game against the Seahawks is gonna be here before we know it. There are a few things we can be certain about with this Packers team…most of those things are on the offense though. Although to my mind it … Continue reading

What 2 Watch 4: Packers Versus Seahawks

Happy Labor Day everyone! Hope you have nothing but fun on the calendar for today! Relax and enjoy some Packers talk, you deserve it. To all the workers who make this country “work” we salute you! Hope you enjoy your … Continue reading

Ted Thompson Presser

Ted Thompson spoke to the press today in a conference regarding the final preseason game and the impending roster cuts.Thompson expressed a good deal of empathy for guys who “have done a good job but will not make it past … Continue reading

One Thing the Packers Need to Get Straightened Out…

The Green Bay Packers have done some good things in the preseason. Aaron Rodgers looks fit and sharp and the no huddle offense looks to be ready to impose itself on defenses from the start of the year. The defensive … Continue reading

What 2 Watch 4: Tomorrow’s Game against the Raiders

Wow! Tomorrow is Friday and the third preseason game is upon us! We will get a chance to see Aaron Rodgers in more extended action and the Packers defense will again have a chance to stop the run and perhaps … Continue reading

Quickslant: Poll Results and Thankfulness for a Known Starting Quarterback

After watching the Browns v. Redskins game last night, I found myself reflecting on our quarterback situation as Packers fans. The Browns fielded two quarterbacks, none of which were…well…good. Brian Hoyer went 2-6 for 16 yards and Johnny “football” was … Continue reading