The Packers have their share of big players, first and foremost is Aaron Rodgers, the team’s leader and MVP candidate for the 2016 season. But some lesser known players have grown up in the Packers’ recent past, and as last
The first day of divisional round match-ups is over and the Falcons await the winner of the Packers versus the Cowboys while the Patriots are once again at Foxboro to take on the winner of the Steelers versus the Chiefs.
The Packers continued their win streak and forced yet another re-match with another team they have already faced this year by beating the Giants 38-17 at Lambeau. The offense stalled out amidst a furious pass rush from the Giants through
The playoffs are finally here and the Packers have their big matchup tomorrow afternoon against the Giants. But Packers fans will be watching the Detroit Lions play the Seahawks very closely to see what their own situation will be if
A fast Ford Field could hurt the Detroit Lions tonight. A Packers offense that has been smoking hot since the Seahawks game should benefit from being indoors during tonight’s game. While the Lions will have a homefield advantage and the
The Packers have at times struggled to put together 4 quarters of football in all three phases of the game. The Lions have lived on fourth quarter comebacks this year, compiling 8 and proving that they are a team that
Everybody had been asking me if the Packers should sign Christine Michael after the Seahawks no longer wanted him. My response was always “Do you really think TT will sign him?” So to me it was kind of a non-starter.
Coach Ross breaks down Eddie Lacy on a successful inside zone. Coach draws it up on the board and illustrates with a GIF from Packers.com. You will not want to miss this one…coach be droppin’ the knowledge. SHARE it out PackerNation!
First of all…I have to toot my own horn this morning. Before the Jacksonville game, I predicted in no uncertain terms that the first play from scrimmage would be Eddie Lacy running right off Lane Taylor’s hip. Bingo! I knew
When the Packers take on the Jaguars later today, it will be a hot one. Projections are that the game could be the third hottest in Packers history and that of course means the team will have to find ways