The injury to Davante Adams has sparked a lot of discussion about whether some of the young wide receivers on the Packers’ roster should get some playing time. Adams was the talk of training camp and with the injury to
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.
The Packers have another big primetime matchup coming up, this time against the Chiefs on Monday Night Football. Here are the most important team stats that you need to know about the history of this matchup. The season is yet
The Packers’ defense held Marshawn Lynch to 41 yards last Sunday night. And the challenge will continue as Jamaal Charles comes to Lambeau for another primetime meeting Monday night. Charles had 125 yards on 21 carries for a 6.0 yard
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Here is the tweet from a couple hours ago: With X-rays on his sprained ankle coming back negative, Packers’ RB Eddie Lacy now hoping to play next Monday night vs Chiefs. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) September 21, 2015 So should
The Packers’ offense has had its share of difficulty putting up points against the Seattle Seahawks in recent memory. An offense that averages 30 points a game struggles to get in the twenties when playing the Seahawks. The difference may
The Packers host the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday night and the stakes have been raised by the loss of each of the other three teams in the division plus a Seahawks in-division loss against the Rams. Packernation knows that the
The Packers found themselves on their heels for much of Sunday’s game against the Bears. They seemed to be playing a “bend but don’t break” kind of game. But with just under four minutes to go in the forth quarter