Here’s a bunch of guys on the Green Bay Packers defense doing their best New Edition impression. We think you should go ahead and give their boy band a name.
The Packers have been building a defense that can rush the passer for years. Through the first five games this season, the Packers have reaped the benefits, and the opposing QB has paid the price.
The Green Bay Packers have themselves a top 10 defense. It could be even better if it weren’t for their occasional lack of run defense, however.
The Green Bay Packers cruised to an easy win in week 3, but as their defense has a habit of doing, they didn’t finish strong. That needs to change.
We hacked up the Green Bay Packers offense and handed out grades earlier this week. Now it’s the defense’s turn. We grade them along with key organization personnel.
The Green Bay Packers have been experimenting with the 4-3 defense. We’ll call the results mixed, but mostly because guys can’t substitute properly.
The Green Bay Packers will step up their pass rush against the Cincinnati Bengals now that they’re finally facing at team that doesn’t run read-option.
Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy says the team’s safeties might have to play better. Really? The good news is Morgan Burnett looks ready to go.
The Green Bay Packers will be relying on their defense out of the gate, according to coach Mike McCarthy. Laughable? Maybe not so much.
Green Bay Packers defensive coordinator Dom Capers has admitted his team didn’t practice the read option before facing the 49ers in the playoffs. Huh?
The Green Bay Packers might actually have some idea of how to defend the read-option the next time they see it. Their coaches are getting a college course in defending it.
The additions the Green Bay Packers made along the defensive line in the offseason could mean the team will end up playing some 4-3 defense instead of their traditional 3-4.
We’ve been ragging on the Green Bay Packers defense lately, but when you look at the statistics, they almost always do their job when they need to most. Just take a look at this list of wins, which were largely sealed by the defense.
For the second week in a row, the Green Bay Packers offense looked unstoppable, while their defense looked suspect — this time in a 27-24 victory over the Seattle Seahawks. Just as they did against Cleveland a week earlier, the Packers employed a vanilla version of their defense. Unlike last year, when the team was […]
We don’t put a lot of stock in preseason football, but it’s clear after the Green Bay Packers 27-24 loss to the Cleveland Browns on Saturday night the Packers defense needs to address some issues. By the time the starters departed in the second quarter, the Browns had a 21-14 lead. The game seems eerily […]
Green Bay Packers’ safety Nick Collins made no bones about it. The Packers want to have the NFL’s No. 1 defense in 2010. “We want to be the No. 1 overall defense,” Collins said. “We want everybody to talk about us, not talk about what we could be.” That might be tough for a number […]
It’s become apparent that Green Bay Packers outside linebacker Clay Matthews will be coming at quarterbacks from places other than just his customary spot at right outside linebacker. Matthews rushed the quarterback from the inside linebacker position several times during minicamp, a move that appears to be part of the evolution of Dom Capers’ defense […]
Since we’ve been foaming at the mouth for the past two days about Brett Favre and the Minnesota Vikings’ playoff implosion, we’ve ultimately ignored some Green Bay Packers “news.” One of those items is the fact that former Denver Broncos and current Miami Dolphins defensive coordinator Mike Nolan admitted that he turned the Packers down […]
The Green Bay Packers defensive deficiencies were exposed against the Arizona Cardinals – lack of secondary depth and linebackers who can’t cover. While the Packers need to address these things in offseason, the real difference maker could be a big-time pass rusher. Let’s look at the obvious deficiencies first. The cornerback position is well stocked […]
Or maybe it’s Dom Capers lack of defensive strategy that’s curious. Either way, the Green Bay Packers defense is a strange beast. One second, they’re dominant. The next… eh, not so much. We are talking about the third-ranked unit in the NFL, but Sunday’s win over the San Francisco 49ers showed just how Jeykl and […]