The Green Bay Packers righted the ship with a huge win over the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday. Here are five more thoughts on the game, including Randall Cobb's dud.
The Green Bay Packers dropped a game to the Detroit Lions at home and we don't know what to say about that. Well, except for all of this stuff. Five more!
We're breaking down the Green Bay Packers' 27-20 win over the San Diego Chargers. Lots of failure to go around and a thumbs up to Jeff Janis.
The Green Bay Packers didn't start very fast, but they stepped on the gas when Brett Hundley entered the game. In the end, a 38-10 win over New Orleans.
The Green Bay Packers and Philadelphia Eagles face off in a meaningless game where the Packers will be overmatched. There are still plenty of compelling storylines on the Green Bay side though.
The Green Bay Packers goals or offensive approach haven't changed without Jordy Nelson. It doesn't sound like they'll be looking outside for help either.
If the Green Bay Packers lose receiver Jordy Nelson for the season as expected, they do have some options to replace him. Really, there's nothing to worry about here.
The Green Bay Packers dropped a 24-19 game to the Pittsburgh Steelers and lost more than that in the process. This is about the game. Here's what we saw.
Receiver Jeff Janis reportedly hasn't made the jump from year one to year two the Green Bay Packers expected. That leaves them with a question of upside.
Receiver Jared Abbrederis is behind Jeff Janis in terms of his play, which means he'll need to pick it up if he's going to have a role with the Packers.
The Packers 2015 OTAs wrap up today. Jeff Janis has taken full advantage of this offseason so far, while Casey Hayward has seen his likelihood of being a starter diminish.
This is surely the week that receiver Jeff Janis gets his shot with the Green Bay Packers and breaks the game open! Except, that probably isn't going to happen.
The Green Bay Packers last preseason game means nothing... except to these guys, who are fighting for their NFL lives. Here's who we'll be keeping an eye on.
The Green Bay Packers released their first depth chart this week. There were virtually no surprises at the top, but there are some at the bottom. Here's a look.
The Green Bay Packers know who their top two receivers are in 2014. After that, it gets quite interesting. We look at the guys battling for No. 3 and their NFL lives.
The Green Bay Packers now have their second draft pick under contract. He's seventh-round receiver Jeff Janis. The Packers also released James Nixon.
The Green Bay Packers are now just fucking with us. They took another wide receiver in the seventh round of the NFL Draft. He's Jeff Janis of Saginaw Valley State.