Yesterday, we posted a poll asking whether Brett Favre could still play in the league. The majority in Packernation said “Yes”. Whether from seeing the world through Green and Gold colored glasses, or from the serious situation that so many
Brett Favre had some things to say about his ability at age 45. Speaking on Sports Illustrated’s “Where Are They Now?” series, the former Packer said that though he couldn’t do everything required to lead a team..he could still play.
The Packers’ defense came out of free agency minus a few household names. The exit of AJ Hawk and Tramon Williams was not entirely unexpected as each of those players had lost a step (or, as some would say…never had
One of the things I really loved about Brett Favre was his cannon of an arm. It seemed there was no seam that Brett couldn’t throw the ball into. It seemed that way… Until he fired one of his infamous
A lot of people are talking about how the Packers offense won’t change at all because all the starters are returning. But there was on big change. Communication and the execution of the gameplan are paramount in NFL football games.
The Packers will have decisions to make about the receiver corps at the end of August. All of Packernation will be waiting with bated breath to see who makes the roster and who heads to the practice squad or packs
In week two of 2015, the Packers will take on the Seattle Seahawks. This time, the game will be played at Lambeau Field and all of Packernation will be looking to get a fast start and begin to right the
Vic Ketchman didn’t want to answer this one (understandable), but I thought it was an interesting question so I answered it in Part 2 of Breaking Down a “Special” Offense this morning. But Packernation always has an opinion. So today’s Packernation poll
There has been a lot of talk about how the Packers offense could be “special” this year, but what does that mean? In this series we will look at key statistics from last season to determine what positions, units, and
With OTA’s and minicamp in the books the Packers have five weeks off to relax, visit with family and basically go on summer vacation. Come July 30th the fun will be over and it will be time to get down