Both the Packers and Vikings came away with ugly wins in Week 1, Minnesota’s slightly more justified than Green Bay’s. But instead of downplaying the magnitude of this Sunday’s primetime matchup, much of the conversation this week has revolved around
One of the things that I’ll be watching in 2016 really has nothing to do with the strategy or mechanics of football. There are always those immeasurable things that often factor into how an NFL team produces on the field.
Rants This was the first time in a long time that I watched a Packers versus Bears game and got a little nervous. The defense was horrible… they could not stop the run and penalties were coming in bunches. Granted,
The general sentiment is that if a player wasn’t good enough to be drafted by an NFL team he isn’t good enough to play in the NFL. And, generally speaking, that’s true. However, every once in a while an Undrafted
There has been a lot of negative talk about the defense in the Atlanta game. But here’s a play that needs to be remembered. It reminded me of Nick Collins’ INT return in SB XLV. It wasn’t returned for a
Packernation has been waiting for word on Sam Shields and Tramon Williams after coach McCarthy has said that neither’s injury was long term. But today, word came out that Sam Shields was out for Sunday’s game against Carolina and Tramon
Dom Capers’ defense finished the 2011 season 32nd in total defense and 32nd versus the pass. Perhaps it’s not surprising that – despite the six defensive players added in the draft – the unit enters training camp with questions all
There is always opportunity for growth in a Packers organization full of youth and elite coaching. While it will be difficult for some players to top 2011 performances, there are others who have more than enough room to improve. Which