The Green Bay Packers are substantial underdogs against the Arizona Cardinals, as they should be. But history tells us one lower seed will win this weekend.
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.
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.
The Green Bay Packers will get the Minnesota Vikings, Seattle Seahawks or Washington in the first round of the playoffs. Here’s how those match-ups happen.
The Green Bay Packers are all but guaranteed a playoff spot at this point. Here’s what we know and what could change. Rematches are the theme of the day.
The Green Bay Packers’ chances for a division title got a boost with the Minnesota Vikings’ loss on Thursday, but their overall prospects took a shot.
Green Bay Packers players and coaches are so not concerned about any of the bullshit hype going into the NFC Championship game, it’s kind of scary. Remember the last time it was like this?
Much like the 2010 team, this Green Bay Packers team is hungry. Or at least they say they are. Unfortunately, they’re going to need more than that to get to the Super Bowl.
The Green Bay Packers have already named their playoff captains, which is interesting because they haven’t even made the playoffs yet. This is a message.
The NFL playoffs’ final four has the San Francisco 49ers vs. the Seattle Seahawks and the New England Patriots vs. the Denver Broncos. Here’s how we see it shaking out.