The Green Bay Packers were much improved on special teams in 2015. They had to be because they literally couldn’t get any worse.
Whether you want to give credit to Mike McCarthy, Ron Zook or the players, the Packers’ special teams units are actually helping the Packers win games for once.
Things are going to be different this year! That’s the buzz surrounding the Green Bay Packers special teams units, which have been a blight in past years.
The Green Bay Packers will look to rebuild their special teams from the ground up this offseason with many of the past pieces of the puzzle now gone.
The Green Bay Packers are going to start using more starters on special teams, according to coach Mike McCarthy. That certainly couldn’t hurt the situation.
How bad were the Green Bay Packers special teams in 2014? They were the worst according to the Dallas Morning News’ special teams rankings. We are not surprised.
The Dallas Morning News’ special teams rankings are out and not surprisingly, the Green Bay Packers are in the bottom half of them again.
The Green Bay Packers are no longer at the bottom of the special teams barrel. That unit is ranked 12th in Rick Gosselin’s annual special team rankings, despite employing Mason Crosby.
The Jacksonville Jaguars are really bad. One play against the Green Bay Packers sums up this comedy of errors they call football.
Green Bay Packers special teams coach Shawn Slocum is a master at making excuses. He has to be — his units consistently suck. So what did he have to say about Johnny Knox’s negated punt return touchdown yesterday? Take a look.