The Green Bay Packers and San Francisco 49ers have had some great games over the years. Colin Kaepernick was big in some of those, so people were angry he wasn't in this photo gallery.
We have never been quick to defend Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy. Fat Mike. The Buffoon. This the rare occasion where he isn't at fault.
National anthem protests have diminished in the NFL, but commissioner Roger Goodell keeps mixing football and politics. Unfortunately, it just got worse.
There's a petition for the Green Bay Packers to sign Colin Kaepernick. He should be employed, but not with the Packers. Let's give Brett Hundley a shot.
Brett Hundley is now the man at quarterback for the Green Bay Packers. That's no surprise. However, the NFL might be surprised what they see from Hundley.
The Green Bay Packers will roll with Brett Hundley, but what if he fails? There are a couple big name replacements for Aaron Rodgers being mentioned.
Regardless of how you feel about politics and sports, one thing is telling. NFL ratings are down pretty much across the board. How will the league react?
The Green Bay Packers will face an old nemesis in the San Francisco 49ers tonight. That reminds us of a very bad memory from not that long ago.
Better watch out if you're standing on the sideline at Levi's Stadium. You just might get blasted in the face with an errant Colin Kaepernick pass.
San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick isn't having a very good go of it right now and we're really enjoying that. He gets eviscerated right here.
Clay Matthews had a message for Colin Kaepernick on Sunday. He told him he's no Russell Wilson and then stole his celebration move. Suck it, Colin!
We're back with another look at the Green Bay Packers' 17-3 win over the San Francisco 49ers. This time, from inside Levi's Stadium. Booyah!
The Green Bay Packers have had plenty of trouble with Colin Kaepernick and the San Francisco 49ers. The good news is, these 49ers are not those 49ers.
Are the Green Bay Packers going to start running read option? Of course not. Mike McCarthy explains why and takes a veiled swipe at read option QBs.
Sports Illustrated has really gone and outdone themselves with this year's NFL preview covers. They're gunslingers and they're also a bunch of dopes.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers (and some other guys) are featured in the Nike Field Generals campaign. It's kinda badass. Check it here.