Posts tagged Dallas Cowboys

Nick Collins is $50,000 Poorer

We knew Green Bay Packers safety Nick Collins was going to be fined for his helmet-to-helmet hit on Dallas Cowboys receiver Roy Williams, Sunday night. The NFL was swift in enacting justice, saddling Collins with a $50,000 fine, today. The fine is high for a first-time offender like Collins, but the blow was just the […]

Packers Run Wade Phillips Out Of A Job

The Green Bay Packers thoroughly dominated the Dallas Cowboys, last night, dropping them to 1-7. During the game, several of us noted how dim-witted, confused and totally out of it Dallas coach Wade Phillips looked. It’s like he was daydreaming while his team was being taken apart by the Packers, to the tune of 45-7. […]

Packers Turn In Dominant Effort Before The Bye

Aaron Rodgers

A complete and utter dismantling. That’s the best way to describe the Green Bay Packers 45-7 victory over the Dallas Cowboys. The Packers were dominant both offensively and defensively, more so than they’ve been all season, and have to feel pretty good about themselves heading into their bye week. The game never really seemed to […]

Predictions: Packers vs. Cowboys

Shawn: There is much concern regarding the Green Bay Packers tilt with the Dallas Cowboys, for two reasons: 1) the Cowboys were so thoroughly humiliated last week, their collective manhood debased, that most feel they have to respond with a better game this week, and 2) this is the week before the bye for the […]

The Dallas Cowboys Suck, So…

The Green Bay Packers’ opponent this week, the Dallas Cowboys, were supposed to provide one of the toughest tests of the season for the Packers. Well, best laid plans. The Cowboys are atrocious in every facet of the game, even though they have one of the most talented teams in the league. Certainly, the Cowboys […]

WhatIfSports: Packers Win Super Bowl XLV

We’ve talked about the importance, or lack there of, of preseason predictions. However, WhatIfSports.com is a little bit different and little bit more intriguing. The site uses a computer to generate the results for each NFL game of the season based on player stats. Of course, they’re using 2009 season stats for their projections at […]

Packers No. 22 On Forbes’ List Of Most Valuable Sports Teams

The Green Bay Packers came in at No. 22 on Forbes’ list of most valuable sports teams, with a value of $1.02 billion and revenue of $232 million. The list is lead by the English Premier League’s Manchester United, which has a value of $1.83 billion and revenue of $459 million. The Dallas Cowboys are […]

The Thing About Preseason Predictions

Is they don’t mean anything. Sure, the Green Bay Packers are the preseason darling of many — the fashionable Super Bowl choice, if you will. What does that get the Packers? High expectations. Granted, there’s no reason this year’s version of the Packers shouldn’t have high expectations entering the season, but it’s July 1. No […]

A Green Bay Packers Prayer

I’m not sure whether I’d call this a prayer or perhaps a revision of the Bible, but this drunken Green Bay Packers’ fan has an epic rant about the Packers, Aaron Rodgers and a few other teams. Oh, and to make it even better, he’s shitfaced, decked out in full Brewers gear and is wearing […]

2010 Green Bay Packers’ Schedule Released

Tom Brady

The 2010 Green Bay Packers’ schedule is highlighted by one Monday night game and three Sunday night games. The Packers will face the the Bears in Chicago on Monday, Sept. 27. The Sunday night games are Oct. 24 vs. the Vikings at Lambeau Field, Nov. 7 vs. the Cowboys at Lambeau Field, and Dec. 29 […]

See Ya Later Texas Stadium

The shithole that is Texas Stadium is no more. Home to the Dallas Cowboys for 39 years, and a few too many bad memories for the Green Bay Packers, Texas Stadium was blown the fuck up yesterday. Being the swell guy that he is, Cowboys’ owner Jerry Jones charged an admission fee and also let […]

Chargers’ Cromartie To Packers: Only If Price Is Right

Antonio Cromartie

The San Diego Chargers need a running back. LaDanian Tomlinson, who will turn 31 in June, is likely to be released by the team after gaining only 730 yards and averaging 3.3 yards per carry in 2009. His backup, Darren Sproles, will be a restricted free agent. The Chargers could re-sign Sproles, but after paying […]

Packers Are 12/1 To Win 2011 Super Bowl

Lombardi Trophy

Since this year’s football season and Super Bowl are over, we may as well turn our attention to next season. On Monday, Vegas got in on the act by releasing their opening lines for teams to win Super Bowl XLV. The Green Bay Packers opened at 12/1, giving them the sixth best chance to win […]

Did the Packers Choose Wisely in 2006?

Sean Payton

In 2006, the Green Bay Packers disposed of coach Mike Sherman. The team targeted several potential replacements, two of which are coaching against each other in the NFC Championship game this weekend. Those men are Minnesota Vikings coach Brad Childress and New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton, who were joined by Mike McCarthy, current Dallas […]

They Love Brett Favre In Cambodia

In honor of our favorite traitor quarterback and the dregs of the NFL – the Minnesota Vikings, who we wish all the bad fortune in the world – we thought today would be an appropriate time to whip out our latest video. Recently, a friend of the Total Packers family took a trip to Cambodia. […]

Packers Defensive Line Will Win Super Bowl

The statement alone is preposterous – the Green Bay Packers defensive line will lead the team to a Super Bowl title – but the statistics back it up. We’re talking about the Defensive Hog Index, developed by Cold Hard Football Facts. The Green Bay Packers rank first this season and that’s significant because, since it’s […]

NFC Playoff Scenarios Abound Entering the Final Week

Devin Aromashodu and Bears have muddied up the playoff picture

After the Chicago Bears 36-30 win over the once-thought-to-be-indestructible Minnesota Vikings last night, there are plenty of playoff scenarios that could play out on the final week of the season. We know two things for sure. First, the six teams in the playoffs are the New Orleans Saints, Minnesota Vikings, Philadelphia Eagles, Arizona Cardinals, Green […]

Packers Probably Playing Cardinals Twice in a Row

This will make for an interesting week. The Green Bay Packers, based on current playoff probabilities, will likely be playing the Arizona Cardinals in Phoenix two weeks in a row. The Packers, of course, finish up the regular season in Arizona this week. While it’s possible there could be something to play for, in all […]

It’s Not Just Mason Crosby – All NFL Kickers Suck

Its a good thing everyone else sucks, too.

We certainly take our share of shots at Green Bay Pacekers’ kicker Mason Crosby around here, but the New York Times did an interesting analysis that shows the NFL’s kickers as a whole pretty much suck. Last season, kickers made 84.5 percent of their field goals – an all-time high. So far this season, that […]

NFC Playoff Picture: Clearing Out the Trash

Eli Manning

While there are still eight teams vying for two wild card slots in the AFC, the NFC picture has become pretty clear after Sunday’s games. The Green Bay Packers currently hold the fifth seed, behind the division-leading New Orleans Saints (13-0, No. 1 seed), Minnesota Vikings (11-2, 2), Philadelphia Eagles (9-4, 3) and Arizona Cardinals […]