Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker left a little note for the Minnesota Vikings in their new stadium — one that says Go Packers. Take that, you scumbags!
The Green Bay Packers begin the second half of their season this week and we have the remedies for what’s ailed them thus far. Here are three second-half solutions.
Minnesota Vikings rookie cornerback Jabari Price is very confused by Forrest Gump. First Lt. Dan had legs. Then he didn’t! There are questions that need answers!
The Green Bay Packers are on a bye, so what better time to relive the debacle against the New Orleans Saints? Here’s the breakdown of the key plays in the loss and a look ahead.
Green Bay Packers Halloween costumes. Not a terribly original idea, especially if you live in Wisconsin. Still, here’s the best we found from Friday.
It’s the middle of the 2014 season and the Green Bay Packers have a bye. What better time than now to hand out our midseason awards? Like only we can.
State Farm has managed to reduce idiotic shillery to a new low, but at least it’s at the expense of Stephen Tulloch and Lamarr Houston.
Green Bay Packers starting right guard T.J. Lang has a sprained ankle, which means there’s no structural damage. Lang will return when he returns.
Green Bay Packers receiver Jordy Nelson was at game seven to cheer on his Kansas City Royals. Unfortunately, baseball again showed us why baseball sucks.
Former Green Bay Packers tight end Jermichael Finley still thinks he’s going to play in the NFL again. He’s probably wrong, but hey, long live the dream!
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is dating a despicable human being. We’ve heard that Olivia Munn is a horrible person. Now we’ve seen it too.
Green Bay Packers receiver Randall Cobb got ketchup on his jersey after jumping in the stands, which makes him a prime candidate to be a Clorox pitchman.
The Green Bay Packers tried to throw Julius Peppers a pass on Sunday. He did not catch it, but he’ll probably get another shot on offense. Seems totally legit.
All prognosticators of sporting contests will be wrong on occasion. I was very wrong in predicting that the Packers would not only best the New Orleans Saints, but that they would dismantle and destroy them. For the moment, I shall hold the brim of my hat in both hands sternly at my belt and stare […]
Mike McCarthy has seen enough of the Green Bay Packers’ inability to tackle opposing ball carriers. He says he might do something about it, but will probably just yell.
Chicago Bears defensive end Lamarr Houston got his first sack of the season in the fourth quarter of a 51-23 blowout loss. Naturally, he had to celebrate!
Green Bay Packers fan and O.J. houseguest Kato Kaelin did not take the team’s loss to New Orleans very well. Donald Driver had to step in.
Here are five more thoughts on the New Orleans Saints 44-23 throttling of the Green Bay Packers, including kudos for Eddie Lacy and the return of Buffoon.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers tweaked his hamstring on Sunday night, but it isn’t serious. And neither are attempts to blame the loss on it.
The New Orleans Saints were able to take advantage of the Green Bay Packers’ many mistakes to put together a season-saving 44-23 ass whooping.