Defense wins championships, right? Well, sometimes is the answer to that question. The biggest Super Bowl cliche isn't exactly foolproof truth.
With Super Bowl LII right around the corner, we take a look at how quarterback rating has affected the game. Does the better performer always win? You'll be surprised by some of these stats.
The Green Bay Packers defensive turnaround started with the firing of defensive coordinator Dom Capers. And perhaps they should look to the New England Patriots for the new blueprint.
How about a Super Bowl of Scumbags vs Scumbags? It isn't far off. Who do you root for when the New England Patriots play the Minnesota Vikings? Terrorism?
The Green Bay Packers are going to make Martellus Bennett pay. As well they should. The team is going after part of his signing bonus and that's only right.
Tight end Martellus Bennett isn't going to get his fairy tale ending with the New England Patriots. The team ended his season by putting him on IR.
Still pretending he's a man, Martellus Bennett says that shoulder injury that he was supposedly getting opinions on could have gone either way.
Former Green Bay Packers tight end Martellus Bennett was miraculously able to play on Sunday. Injured shoulder? Somehow suddenly disappeared.
Former Green Bay Packers tight end Martellus Bennett accuses the team of all kinds of malfeasance. That he has an injury. Then he practices with his new team.
The Green Bay Packers are committed to Brett Hundley and Joe Callahan at quarterback, right? Not really. They tried to sign veteran Brian Hoyer.
Some of the shine has come off of the New England Patriots after a blowout loss to the Kansas City Chiefs. Who's your Super Bowl favorite now?
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady likes to play as the Green Bay Packers in Madden. That and a brief history of Packers on the Madden cover.
Do you find Chelsea Handler hot? Green Bay Packers tight end Martellus Bennett does -- hotter than Donald Trump, anyway. This may all be a ruse, but...
Who is the best player in the NFL? Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell has an idea, but can't decide between the two.
File it under things one small penis says to another. The New York Giants would have beaten the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl. Except, Packers.
The top five cap hits for 2017 make up 40 percent of the Green Bay Packers' salary cap. Here's how that stacks up with other notable teams.