Sam Shields Out, Williams Questionable

Packernation has been waiting for word on Sam Shields and Tramon Williams after coach McCarthy has said that neither’s injury was long term. But today, word came out that Sam Shields was out for Sunday’s game against Carolina and Tramon … Continue reading

A “W” is a “W”…Right?

The Packers last second touchdown from Aaron Rodgers to Andrew Quarless put the Packers up to 4-2 overall and with the Detroit Lions looking like they will get a win against the Vikings, the Packers don’t gain ground there. But … Continue reading

Early Scouting Report: Miami Dolphins Part 1

The Packers face a Dolphins team that will be fresh off their bye on Sunday. Is this team a threat? The Packers have been trending upward lately but don’t have any wiggle room in the NFC North. While a look … Continue reading

Keep Your Enemies Closer…

There is an obscure old saying, provenance unknown, but it seems to be either a political or military expression. “Keep your friends close, and your enemies closer.” With the Bears still close but falling into the Packers rear view mirror … Continue reading

Hidden Gems of the Packers Defense

This offseason, the Packers made a couple valuable changes/additions to the defense that had Packers fans excited about what this year could bring. The signing of Julius Peppers, drafting of Clinton-Dix, and Micah Hyde’s move to the safety position all … Continue reading

Into the Second Quarter…

The Packers entered the second quarter of the 2014 season in style, putting up 42 points on the Vikings while only allowing 7, and those came in garbage time. It is easy to blow off a win such as that … Continue reading

Bridgewater or Ponder?

The Packers host the Minnesota Vikings tomorrow night in what could be a sloppy affair if the weather reports are correct. But one question that remains to be answered is, “Who will be the Vikings starting quarterback.” Admittedly, this is … Continue reading

Don’t Overlook the Vikings

The Packers pulled away from the Bears in what looked early to be a big time shootout. With the defense capitalizing on opportunities and keeping the score low, the Packers ended up with a convincing win. But not all Packers … Continue reading

Post-Game Rant and Rave

Well the Packers got an important win at Soldier Field yesterday…and it feels like all is right with the world today…but is it? There is always value in taking a step back and assess the game with cool, calm unshaded … Continue reading

Eddie Lacy: One Shot Wonder?

Eddie Lacy is in the news for the first time because of his inability to perform in the first three weeks of the NFL season. Last week was arguably his worst performance as a Packers starter with a fumble, a … Continue reading