Packers Rams Review/

Well the Packers hit the halfway point in the preseason with a 21-7 win over the Rams. The big high-point of this game was the two pitch-perfect series that Aaron Rodgers executed. Admittedly, the second drive ended in a field … Continue reading

AM Quickslant: One BIG Question Answered

Tomorrow starts the short downhill stretch to the preseason game versus the Rams…woot! So today I want to close up the conversation on the preseason game against the Titans with a couple posts about what went right in what on … Continue reading

AM Quickslant: A Wet Start to the Preseason

The Packers preseason kicked off with a clash with the Titans at LP Field last night and the game couldn’t have been…wetter! Shortly before the game, thunderstorms circled the area threatening to end our chances of seeing any football at … Continue reading

Yes…Preseason Games Are Important

So the preseason is here and every year the same derision slices through Packernation as people take sides on whether or not the games are important. Let me make it clear…THEY ARE! Are the points important?…no. Are wins and losses … Continue reading

If Aaron Rodgers Says So…And I Will Give you Four More Reasons

OK, this is a post I wanted to write for a long time. The fear of backlash, jinxing the team…and the possiblity of being chewed up and spit out by Packers fans from here to kingdom come. But yesterday I was … Continue reading

Quickslant: BJ’s Best Camp?

A lot of Packers fans were not high on BJ Raji this offseason, stating that he did little or nothing during the season to make the case that he should be re-signed. The thinking was that he would cost too … Continue reading

Packers Offense: No Love?…No Problem – 3 Reasons Why

The next time you’re sitting down to dunk that Bavarian creme filled long-john into your morning cuppa while you watch ESPN or NFL Network, take note of how often you hear any Packers news. If you hear any at all, … Continue reading

Definining the “Balanced Attack” Part 1

Packers fans have been calling for a more “balanced offensive attack” for several years now, and rightly so. But the thought struck me this week…”What does that mean?” Most of the time when you hear of a balanced attack people … Continue reading

Bishop’s Injury an Opportunity for Walden

With the prospects of Desmond Bishop being out for several months, or even the entire 2012 season, the Green Bay Packers could be in a pinch at inside linebacker. Second-year man D.J. Smith is the logical choice to line up … Continue reading