Davante Adams now looks like the Green Bay Packers' go-to receiver. That's a problem considering his yards per attempt are lower than everyone else.
We know why Mike McCarthy's offense has become so vanilla and stale. He's just saving the good stuff for later on when it really matters.
The Green Bay Packers have discarded Jared Abbrederis and we know just the landing spot for him. It's a team that has done well with players just like him.
Fans will get a rare chance to watch two of the best when the Green Bay Packers face the Atlanta Falcons. That is, if one of those guys can get on the field.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is known for only throwing to certain receivers he "trusts." It's time that mindset changed.
It's dink and dunk versus the long ball when the Green Bay Packers face the Atlanta Falcons. The roles in this one have been reversed.
The Green Bay Packers' mini bye week is a good time to reflect on the ups and downs of the season thus far. Here are some thoughts on what has stuck out.
The Green Bay Packers' insistence on keeping seven receivers has created a number of problems at other roster spots. Let's review all the the nonsense.
Let's lend a little historical perspective to Green Bay Packers' receiver Davante Adams' 13-catch game against the Chicago Bears. He's keeping great company.
The Minnesota Vikings, once considered the class of the NFL, suddenly aren't looking so hot, which has the Green Bay Packers in position to take advantage.
Green Bay Packers' quarterback Aaron Rodgers has struggled this season, but several key indicators are trending upward. Rodgers' game could be on the mend.
The Minnesota Vikings crashed back to earth on Sunday thanks to the Philadelphia Eagles. We know the recipe for beating the Vikings now.
Some believe the Green Bay Packers will have to dink and dunk their way to success on offense for the rest of the year. Defenses will never catch on to that.
The Green Bay Packers failed Eddie Lacy and their offense by playing him when he was too injured to play. However, it isn't the first time this has happened.
There was a very good reason Davante Adams had himself a career game against the Chicago Bears. It had to do with timing and repetition.
The Green Bay Packers have shown marked improvement in one area this year -- committing penalties. They rank third in the NFL and they have to keep it up.