Before the draft, Packers fans watch free agency with all the fervor of an armadillo watching a stray tumbleweed. Exciting it is not, but this year I am excited about two signings and one in particular that no one is
Doing the little things…sometimes that is the difference between success and failure. Packers are close, will they get it done against the Lions?
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
Raves Can we get a #GoPackGo in the comments section below or on our facebook fan page? 6-0 enough said~
Packernation collectively winced and groaned as they watched footage of Eddie Lacy rolling up his ankle. The good news is that he is OK, but a lot of discussion has centered around whether or not to play him in the
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.
In a game that had the feel of a post-season game though it only is week two, the Packers got the albatross off their back with a big win against the Seahawks to go to 2-0 and maintain first place
So far this preseason is best characterized as a “one step forward, two steps back” affair. The first preseason game against the Patriots showed a Packers team that was very much as advertised. The offense was dominant (with perhaps still
The Packers’ running game got a big boost even before Eddie Lacy came to town. The Super Bowl run during the 2010 season was successful in part because of the work of James Starks. Then the Packers picked up Eddie
The Packers ended a running back drought when James Starks came on to help the Packers win Super Bowl XLV in 2010. Then they got Eddie Lacy who kicked the running game up a notch (or two) from there. The