The Green Bay Packers are beat up, as evidenced by their Friday injury report, which has five guys questionable. The furthest appears to be David Bakhtiari.
If you’re expecting the Green Bay Packers to have an advantage on Sunday night because of Lambeau Field, don’t. There’s no home field advantage anymore.
It was all about Aaron Rodgers and Clay Matthews in 2015 when it came to views, but all it took to fire up the troops was another Green Bay Packers’ loss.
The Green Bay Packers are going right back to their two-back approach to running the football. Despite his fumbling problems, James Starks is out of the doghosue.
Clay Matthews is an inside linebacker who can’t make tackles and that’s a problem for the Green Bay Packers. We’ll get to the bottom of this!
The Green Bay Packers look like they’ll have defensive tackle B.J. Raji back on the field this weekend. Meanwhile, David Bakhtiari remains sidelined.
The Green Bay Packers offense and Aaron Rodgers have both been woeful this season. Rodgers cites the lack of a deep threat as the reason and he’s so right.
12/31/2015 - 8:04 am
Tags: Aaron Rodgers, B.J. Raji, Carl Bradford, Clay Matthews, Damarious Randall, Davante Adams, Dez Bryant, Green Bay Packers, Greg Jennings, Jared Abbrederis, John Crockett, Julius Peppers, Mike McCarthy, Mike Neal, Olivia Munn, Randall Cobb, Ray Nitschke, Tom Clements
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