01/05/2016 - 9:24 am
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Posted in playoffs | 20 comments
The Green Bay Packers have looked like crap down the home stretch of the regular season. It’s a good thing momentum means nothing in the playoffs. See for yourself.
We know why the Green Bay Packers can’t or won’t beat the Washington Redskins on Sunday. They’re not very good, mostly because their offense can’t convert third downs and red zone opportunities. Let’s put that aside for a moment, though. We’re not going to pretend the Packers will suddenly pull it together offensively or they’ll […]
Okay, let’s pretend the Green Bay Packers actually get by Washington this weekend. They face some pretty interesting potential match-ups from there on out.
Tough to overcome a lack of talent when your team has no leadership at the coaching level or in the locker room. That’s where the Green Bay Packers are.
01/04/2016 - 11:52 am
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Posted in schedule | 8 comments
The Green Bay Packers’ 2016 schedule will be highlighted by another game with Seattle, as well as visits by Indianapolis, Houston and Dallas. Here are the opponents.
Mike McCarthy says the Green Bay Packers’ formula isn’t going to change? And why would it? It’s been so successful up to this point, this season.
It was all very anticlimactic, the Green Bay Packers losing to the Minnesota Vikings with the division on the line. Here’s five more items, broken down.
Your Green Bay Packers, ladies and gentlemen! Aaron Rodgers, who could care less, and the Packers have handed the NFC North over to the Minnesota Vikings.
Ragnar is obviously still pissed at the Minnesota Vikings. The team’s former mascot has now decided he’s a Green Bay Packers fan. Just in time, it seems.
Aaron Rodgers would like the Green Bay Packers to re-sign receiver James Jones. We just don’t see that happened, despite an impressive year from Jones.
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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We’ve compiled the top Green Bay Packers stories from 2015 by month based on traffic. What were people interested in reading? You’ll be surprised.
Regrets? He’s had a few. Charles Woodson shares three regrets from his NFL career, two of which involve Green Bay Packers’ playoff losses.
Good news and bad news. Sam Shields and Bryan Bulaga returned to practice for the Green Bay Packers. David Bakhtiari and B.J. Raji are out.