Posts tagged Green Bay Packers

Finally, Someone Else Wants to Fire Shawn Slocum

Shawn Slocum

Year after year, the Green Bay Packers are bad on special teams. The one constant is special teams coach Shawn Slocum. Well, he may FINALLY be on his way out.

Alex Van Pelt isn’t Going Anywhere

Alex Van Pelt

The Green Bay Packers have denied permission for other teams to interview quarterbacks coach Alex Van Pelt, which means he won’t be going anywhere at the moment.

Seattle Seahawks Got Away with Two Uncalled Penalties

Michael Bennett is offsides

The Seattle Seahawks got away with two uncalled penalties in their NFC Championship win over the Green Bay Packers. Two penalties that could have altered the game dramatically.

Mike McCarthy’s Brother Died

Mike McCarthy

Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy’s younger brother Joe died suddenly on Wednesday morning. Condolences to the McCarthy family.

What Lies Ahead for Green Bay Packers

Aaron Rodgers and Sam Shields

The Green Bay Packers just suffered a crushing overtime playoff defeat, which reminds us of two very similar defeats. How did those teams rebound, you ask? Let’s take a look.

Mum’s the Word on Clay Matthews

Clay Matthews

Green Bay Packers linebacker Clay Matthews wasn’t injured, but he wasn’t on the field for several key plays late in the fourth quarter of the loss to Seattle. We want some fucking answers!

Jon Ryan Really Stuck it to the Packers

Jon Ryan

Seattle Seahawks punter Jon Ryan did The Belt celebration after throwing a touchdown against his former team on Sunday. Here’s footage of Ryan sticking it to the Pack.

Olivia Munn Didn’t Know who Aaron Rodgers Was

Olivia Munn on Conan

Olivia Munn was on Conan last night and naturally, they talked about her boyfriend, Aaron Rodgers. Munn revealed that she had no idea who Rodgers was when they met. And also, meat.

Aaron Rodgers: This One will Stick with You

Aaron Rodgers

Like the rest of us, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is having a hard time dealing with the team’s NFC Championship loss to the Seattle Seahawks.

Alex Van Pelt Could be on the Move

Alex Van Pelt

It’s the offseason and that means Green Bay Packers coaches are potentially in demand. Alex Van Pelt and Tom Clements are the first to draw interest from other teams.

Aaron Rodgers is Out of Pro Bowl

Aaron Rodgers

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has pulled out of the Pro Bowl, which should come as a surprise to no one. He’s being replaced by a real deserving candidate.

Stream of Consciousness: Bottom’s Up Edition

Jermaine Kearse

One more go round. It’s 10 quick thoughts from the Green Bay Packers’ season-ending defeat at the hands of the Seattle Seahawks. It’s stream of consciousness.

Randall Cobb, Sam Shields Now Pro Bowlers

Randall Cobb

Not that we or you really give a rat’s ass, but the Green Bay Packers got two more Pro Bowlers. Randall Cobb and Sam Shields made it as replacements for two guys who aren’t playing.

Aaron Rodgers was Not Happy with the Play Calling

Aaron Rodgers

If you’re displeased with Mike McCarthy then you probably have an ally in Aaron Rodgers. The Packers QB was not pleased with the play calling at the end of the loss to Seattle.

The Enduring Gift of Brad Jones

A.J. Hawk, Brad Jones and Clay Matthews

Linebacker Brad Jones put together a stellar body of work for the Green Bay Packers in 2014. It culminated in the NFC Championship, when Jones was targeted on a fake field goal.

Brandon Bostick was Supposed to Block

Brandon Bostick

Green Bay Packers tight end Brandon Bostick’s botched onside kick recovery attempt should have never happened. He was supposed to block on the play, rather than fielding the ball.

Morgan Burnett Stands by that Slide

Morgan Burnett

Safety Morgan Burnett corralled the Green Bay Packers’ final interception in Sunday’s loss to Seattle and harmlessly slid to the ground. He wouldn’t have done anything differently though.

Five More: Seahawks 28, Packers 22

Aaron Rodgers

With some time to reflect, here are five more thoughts on the Green Bay Packers NFC Championship loss to the Seattle Seahawks, including who’s really to blame.

Packers Author Epic Collapse in Seattle

Marshawn Lynch

The Green Bay Packers, leading, even dominating, for most of the game, managed to author one of the most epic collapses in their history, losing 28-22 to the Seattle Seahawks.

Tonight Show Superlatives: Packers and Seahawks

Packers and Seahawks Tonight Show Superlatives

Jimmy Fallon does Tonight Show Superlatives with the Green Bay Packers and Seattle Seahawks. Datone Jones: Hootie if he ate the Blowfish.