It’s the final play-by-play look at the Green Bay Packers 38-17 thrashing of the Chicago Bears. Who made the plays and who didn’t in the Packers’ win.
Brett Favre will obviously take any endorsement that comes his way. Here he is for MicroTouch, which gives unwanted insight into his grooming habits.
Running back James Starks didn’t touch the ball once last week against Chicago. Mike McCarthy is aware of this. Mike McCarthy is sorry.
Who’s ready for more Mike Pennel at nose tackle for the Green Bay Packers? We sure are. We’ve seen enough of Letroy Guion already.
It’s funny when a baby wearing a Chicago Bears jersey is crying, especially to the baby wearing the Green Bay Packers jersey.
Green Bay Packers 38, Chicago Bears 17. Andrew Chitko’s 10 quick hits from the game, including loads of praise for Matt Forte, Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb.
The Minnesota Vikings are still selling jerseys of child abuser Adrian Peterson at the team store. Why? Because they are just that awesome!
Five more thoughts on the Green Bay Packers 38-17 win over the Chicago Bears, including awful officiating and the no shows by the defensive “playmakers.”
Everything is well in Green Bay. The Green Bay Packers trounced the Chicago Bears 38-17, just like old times. Great passing game, no defense at all.
Can the Green Bay Packers stay out of a 1-3 hole? Can the Chicago Bears assert themselves as the class of the NFC North? Here’s how we’re picking Sunday’s game.
Green Bay Packers tight end Richard Rodgers got benched last Sunday. Well, according to probably everyone but him anyway. He’s a little defensive.
This is surely the week that receiver Jeff Janis gets his shot with the Green Bay Packers and breaks the game open! Except, that probably isn’t going to happen.
Brad Jones returned to practice this week, but Jamari Lattimore has clearly earned the right to remain the starter. Right? Well, he’s gotten no commitment from the Packers.
Clay Matthews says he playing this weekend. That’s as good a sign as any that his injured groin won’t keep him sidelined, right?
Michael Irvin has a good idea why the Green Bay Packers are no longer the top dog in the NFC North. Aaron Rodgers is making way too much money.
The Green Bay Packers haven’t always started slow under Mike McCarthy, as others would have you believe. Here are the numbers and what they tell us.
When will Clay Matthews miss time with his annual injury? You thought it would be this week, but it doesn’t look like that will be the case.
Ryan Pickett called it. He said he was playing football this year and now he is. Surprisingly, not with the Minnesota Vikings either.
Minnesota Vikings fans — and probably fans of every other team — rejoice! Your savior has arrived! His name is Teddy Bridgewater and his time has come!
The final and most in-depth look at the Detroit Lions 19-7 win over the Green Bay Packers. These are the plays that made it happen and what we can expect going forward.