The most poignant tweets from today’s training camp practice. Jordy Nelson looks good. Cobb has three dropped passes. Mortell struggles with his punting. And more…
The day we’ve all been waiting for over the past year may finally be upon us.
Last season, the Green Bay Packers’ passing game went from one of the league’s best to one of the team’s most problematic areas on either side of the ball. While most fans expected a minor dip in production due to
There’s been a ton a speculation rolling around Packer Nation about whether Jordy will be back to his old 2014 form again when he hits the field in September. The conversation has taken an interesting turn as the question of
Every year at the draft, Ted Thompson throws a wrench in PackerNation’s expectations. This year the Packers went into the off-season with one position that needed no embellishment. The only serious free agent pickup (Cook) had given the Packers another
The oft-quoted defenition of “synergy” is that the “whole is greater than the simple sum of its parts”. There are a lot of ways this applies to football. An offensive line that has continuity is greater than the sum of
It’s hard to believe but Packers training camp is right around the corner, even more so since Family Night is the last weekend in July making room for an extra pre-season game. Everyone will have their eyes pealed for Jordy
Some guys just seem to have it all…size, speed, and the brains to go with it. When the Packers picked Ty Montgomery before last season, I saw one of the most fluid athletes I have seen in a long time.
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
With the “Motor City Miracle”, the Packers put themselves in position to once again regain control of the NFC North. This was confirmed yesterday when the Seahawks beat the Vikings. While the offense was a comedy of errors for the