Tag Archive: Clay Matthews

Packernation Poll: Will it be Offense or Defense?

  2 years ago     118 Views     1 Comment  

The Packers play the Lions this Sunday in a game at Lambeau Field. This season so far has been about a sort of "bipolar" Packers team that had found a way to win with either the offense or the defense making the difference. This week against the Lions...which unit do you think will make the difference? (more…)

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Starks the Starter: Now is the Time to Take the Reins

  2 years ago     141 Views     1 Comment  

The decision to promote James Starks to starting running back was easy from a performance standpoint but difficult from a personal standpoint. I love that kid and hope he gets back on his horse very soon. In the meantime, James Starks will be an important cog in the Packers chances for the next four games. If there ever was an opportunity for the Packers to take the reins and show that control was never out of reach in the NFC North, the time is now. Aaron Rodgers said this week that he could not remember a stretch of NFC North…

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Midweek Musings: 3 Things I Wonder About…

  2 years ago     148 Views     3 Comments  

Well, it is the middle of the week and while I am thankful that the Packers host the Lions this time around, a brutal away stretch after the bye week has me wondering about a few things. But let me start with this disclaimer. I am a Packers fan, always have been and always will be. I do not root for any other team at any time except the Green Bay Packers. OK, once in awhile I am tempted by "The enemy of my enemy is my friend" but that just means I cheer against the enemy...not for the enemy of my enemy,…

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Week 9 Takeaways

  2 years ago     120 Views     1 Comment  

Perhaps it was wishful thinking that the Packers’ deep-rooted issues on both sides of the football would be resolved in just one week of practice. Green Bay’s stagnant offense and inconsistencies on defense followed the team from Denver to Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte – which has emerged as a likely candidate for hosting at least one playoff game in January. (more…)

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