The Green Bay Packers have been one of the top teams in NFL power rankings for most of the last decade thanks to Aaron Rodgers and their offense. Unfortunately, they haven’t been able to get back to the Super Bowl
2015 was the first season in recent memory in which the Packers defense stood the hero more often than the offense. So, of course, the defense is where the bulk of the changes should be this off-season (tongue firmly planted
Prognosticators and pundits alike are squarely focused on the upcoming draft in 43 days. With free agency once again coming and going, the Packers’ initial pick, in particular could be crucial but rather than coming into greater focus, the Packers
Mike McCarthy has said that this Packers defense is not yet a “Championship defense”. That could change with one move this coming offseason. Yesterday, the Rams released James Laurinaitis, the team’s all-time leading tackler. This move had many facets but
You like that, huh, You like that? “R-E-L-A-X” The Packers started this game like they have all season.. weak, but they finished like they have all season…strong. The difference was that they started finishing strong in the second quarter instead of waiting
As the Vikings/Seahawks game wanes…this is a thought just in case the NFC North representatives get it done. Yeah, I know it is a hypothetical and the Packers have a long way to go before they can go the distance but
The saying “Anything can happen in the playoffs” may be the Packers biggest advantage this time around. Now that every game is potentially the last, there would be no better time for a few things to bounce the Packers’ way
Since week 14, the Packers offensive line has given up 18 sacks…on the other hand, the Washington Redskins have sacked opposing quarterbacks 17 times since week 14, more than any other defense (yeah, that includes the Cardinals). Suffice it to
Ugly win? Is there such a thing? The final score was 30-20 is the sight of this ugly? The offense may not have dominated like fans would like to see but they did enough to win and that’s what counts!
Today we talk about the Packers’ injury list and key players, the running game, and the playoff push. It’s “win and you’re in” for the Packers when they play the Raiders tomorrow.