The Green Bay Packers' win over the Buffalo Bills was impressive, but we should also consider the opponent. On top of that, we should consider the griping.
Why did Green Bay Packers cornerback Jaire Alexander shove Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen to the ground? Because he was taking no shit.
The Green Bay Packers shut out the Buffalo Bills 22-0. The defense was stout, but what about that offense? They just can't seem to stick it in the end zone.
The Green Bay Packers aren't playing, but we're still interested in the wild card round of the NFL playoffs. Here are the players to watch on the first weekend of the tournament.
If the Green Bay Packers are going to keep director of player personnel Brian Gutekunst, they may have to fend off the Buffalo Bills.
The Green Bay Packers couldn't really re-sign Micah Hyde even though a lot of people think they should have. Well, Ted Thompson is real sorry about that.
The Green Bay Packers didn't tender linebacker Jayrone Elliott and now he's visiting other teams. We expect Elliott to sign elsewhere.
The Green Bay Packers did not make any sort of offer to defensive back Micah Hyde. That's both not out of the ordinary and, in this situation, the right move.
Despite the woeful state of their secondary, the Green Bay Packers didn't make Micah Hyde a priority and now he's gone. However, that makes perfect sense.
Hiring Rex Ryan as the next Green Bay Packers defensive coordinator is a nice thought. It's also something that is a virtual impossibility. Here's why.
The Green Bay Packers will not be landing Percy Harvin. The receiver has signed with Buffalo, after not getting a competitive offer elsewhere. Oh well.
Watching the tape was even uglier than watching the real thing, but we did it anyway. Here is the in-depth look at the Green Bay Packers' loss to the Buffalo Bills.
Quarterback Aaron Rodgers is taking the blame for the Green Bay Packers' loss to the Buffalo Bills. As well he should. He just played the worst game of his career.
The Buffalo Bills outlasted the Green Bay Packers on Sunday and here are 10 quick thoughts about the game, including the truly awful David Diehl, who should never get to call a game again.
An Aaron Rodgers' fumble was ruled a safety even though Eddie Lacy recovered it and ran it out of the end zone. Idiotic. Here's the reason for the rule. The Holy Roller.
The Green Bay Packers really blew it in Buffalo. Their loss to the Bills, which we're not going to call an upset, has some big picture ramifications. Here are five more thoughts on the game. ...
The Green Bay Packers dropped a 21-13 decision to the Buffalo Bills in a game that was a comedy of errors. That is, at least for Aaron Rodgers and the Packers.
The Green Bay Packers will travel to Buffalo to face a not-as-terrible-as-usual Bills team this week. Here's how we're picking the game and you may not like it.