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
With the Steelers game in the rear-view mirror and the Eagles Saturday game on the horizon, the Packers will quickly begin to find out what they have in their young wide receivers. The loss of Jordy Nelson also must be
Larry McCarren did a nice breakdown of a play (well, plays) that the Packers made against the Patriots that built off each other. The play illustrated the way a coaching staff sequences plays during a game to gain an advantage.
We don’t always agree with his play calling (heck HE doesn’t always agree with his play calling), but there’s one thing you cannot deny… The Packers have one of the best head coaches in the business.
Tomorrow night’s game is one that a lot of Packers players are looking forward to. For young players trying to cement a spot on the team, this game is critical and their opportunities will abound. For veteran starters looking to
The Packers’ offense was a juggernaut in 2015 and as training camp continues (don’t forget to catch the daily Tweet-cap) after practice today) they look to make 2015 even better. It is difficult to find weaknesses in an offense like
As Training Camp practice continues: With Matthews out, #Packers rookie ILB Jake Ryan gets the first snap next to Barrington on No. 1 D. — Jason Wilde (@jasonjwilde) August 4, 2015 Jordy Nelson just ran by Damarious Randall and
Packernation knows that our team and/or season rides on the health of Aaron Rodgers. With a returning offensive line and veteran running backs who know their protection schemes the Packers should be in a position to do whatever they can
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
The Packers issued a statement about the Andrew Quarless situation yesterday which really said nothing. Shortly after word came out, we made mention of the fact that the infraction might make it difficult for Quarless to maintain his position on the