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When Aaron Rodgers Makes a Promise…

  2 years ago     99 Views     Leave your thoughts  

Ty Montgomery came off the field after the first series of the Forty-Niners game and apologized to Aaron Rodgers. He had dropped a pass on the very first play, a play-action to Eddie Lacy that had Montgomery on a streak on the outside. Rodgers and the offensive line had executed the fake perfectly and Rodgers rolled out to deliver (on the run, mind you) a perfect ball to Montgomery that would have gone for a minimum of forty yards and a likely touchdown over Tramaine Brock. The rookie knew he had missed an opportunity, but when he talked to his…

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Packers Offense Makes Indirect Strides

  2 years ago     158 Views     1 Comment  

It has been said "You learn more from your failures than successes." This is true. While I would in no way characterize the Packers offensive performance as a "failure" the fact remains that a lot of players put down film that they can learn from. It started with the first play from scrimmage, a brilliantly conceived and perfectly executed play-action pass that hit Ty Montgomery in the hands down the right sideline in what would have been at the very least a big gain...had he caught the ball. I said before this game that I would be disappointed if the…

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Packernation Head to Head Poll: Who Will It Be?

  2 years ago     58 Views     1 Comment  

The Packers are a bit banged up on offense and with the Kansas City Chiefs coming to town, that is NOT a good thing. The Chiefs' defense is their strength and the Packers will need to have a good rushing attack to keep the defensive line of the Chiefs honest. A couple of game-time decisions make this an even more interesting matchup in that Packers' running back Eddie Lacy and wide receiver Davante Adams may or may not play. (more…)

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The Best Defense is a Good Offense

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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 performance of the defense against the Bears will likely not be enough to get the job done against the Seahawks. (more…)

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