To explain this season you can point to injuries and poor play from key contributors, but I'll point to a franchise turning point in Seattle.
While other teams copied the Packers to compete with them, the Vikings have done something smarter. They copied the teams that beat the Packers.
Here is the film analysis of the Green Bay Packers' 38-8 humiliation at the hands of the Arizona Cardinals, and a lot of failing grades as well.
How far the Green Bay Packers have fallen. The Packers faced another elite team on the road only to be embarrassed again.
With only 2 games left, the Packers can still end up as one of four different seeds in the playoffs. Today's game will eliminate one of those possibilities.
The Green Bay Packers face a complete Arizona Cardinals team on Sunday and they will be totally overmatched. Here's how we're picking it and it isn't pretty.
Wondering where B.J. Raji and Nick Perry have disappeared to? You might want to check the hot tub.
Jordy Nelson may be back next season, but if Aaron Rodgers and Mike McCarthy don't see eye to eye, then it may not matter.
Here is the review of the game film for the Packers' 28-7 smackdown of the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday afternoon at Lambeau Field.
Eddie Lacy, James Starks and the Packers rolled over the Dallas Cowboys at Lambeau Field. The win gets the Packers back on track at home and alone in the division lead.
Mike McCarthy will be calling plays today against the Cowboys. Surprise!
It's the Dallas Cowboys at Green Bay Packers in a playoff rematch with plenty on the line for both teams. Here's how we're picking the game.
In the aftermath of the Miracle in Motown, some details of the game perhaps are being overlooked. One of those things is the performance of Sam Shields against Calvin Johnson.
Other than Corey Linsley, the Packers got everyone back on the practice field on Tuesday. Now it's time for the stretch run.
It's the film review of the Green Bay Packers' miracle win over the Detroit Lions. A look back at the game and grades for the players. One big A.
Maybe a quarterback can coach receivers, but Alex Van Pelt doesn't appear to be that guy. It is about time someone points that out, and suggests an easy alternative.
Sam Barrington is the Packers' nominee for the 2015 Walter Payton Man of the Year Award.
We have found a winner for the greatest call of the Miracle in Motown. GOOOAAAAAALLLLLL!!!!!!!
The Packers' eternally young roster always relies on young players making the leap. Some players this year have made that leap right off a cliff.
Bettors have been stubborn to accept that the Packers are not the team we thought they would be. Their odds to win the Super Bowl reflect that.