The Packers passing attack will always be dangerous as long as Aaron Rodgers is at the helm. When the Packers lost Jordy Nelson for the season, Packernation called on the young receivers to pick up the mantel, carry the torch.
Scott Tolzien continued his over 100 passer rating in his first preseason action of 2015. Going 10/16 for 107 yards and a touchdown with no interceptions was proof that Tolzien is growing in the Packers’ system. But if you look
Jordy Nelson is a go, the Pack is back in town, and while the defense has some question marks, it is finally here! Training Camp 2015! SHARE if you’re ready to see this train leave the station!
The Forth of July is behind us and that means that Training Camp 2015 is right around the corner. Of course, camp is important to the team and especially to young players trying to get jobs, but it is also
Playcalling, whether it be for offense or defense, is both a science and an art. On the one hand, coordinators have scads of film study and various tendencies on which to base their calls, along with a solid knowledge of
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 is a bit in flux this offseason. If there is one worry Packernation has about the 2015 team, it is the defense. In particular, the cornerback and inside linebacker positions have plenty of hopefuls…and plenty of question
Milwaukee and the Zac Brown band LOVE J.J. Watt! I know he is not a Packer (more’s the pity) but I LOVE the guy too! Stage crashers BEWARE! Nothing more needs to be said, just watch the video below. And
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