Yesterday, after a month of voting from fans, front office personnel, and players themselves, the 2020 Pro Bowl selections have been announced with QB Aaron Rodgers and T David Bakhtiari on the list. This is ...
This is the second time for Adams and the seventh for Rodgers. Packer’s banged up line should be taken into consideration when reflecting on Rodgers’ performance this year. At the core, he is still a ...
The Pro Bowl happened. There are things that are interesting about that, but they have nothing to do with the game. No. 1 is the swag, which turned Packers defensive tackle Mike Daniels into Bane.
The Green Bay Packers have the same number of Pro Bowlers as the Chicago Bears. None. But there were two guys who deserved to make it.
Green Bay Packers left tackle David Bakhtiari is going to the Pro Bowl after all. Bakhtiari was the Packers' biggest snub in our opinion.
The Green Bay Packers have three Pro Bowlers. Are they the right three Pro Bowlers? No, but then they never are. Here's the rundown.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is just as disappointed in the Pro Bowl as everyone else is, so more changes are likely coming. We have a better idea.
By the look of it, you joined us in not watching the Pro Bowl. The game scored record-low ratings and that's a good thing for people who like real football.
The four Green Bay Packers who are participating in the Pro Bowl gathered for a team photo, which allowed guard Josh Sitton to point at his junk.
Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy is joining a long list of players and pulling out of the Pro Bowl. McCarthy may have a legit excuse, however.
It was announced that two members of the Minnesota Vikings have now made the Pro Bowl. One of them is the last guy who you'd ever think deserved to go.
The Green Bay Packers will have another Pro Bowler. Julius Peppers will replace Von Miller, who's going to the Super Bowl instead. Not bad for an old man.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers will be skipping the Pro Bowl. He's citing some unknown injury, but we have a better idea of what it really is.
The annual sham of an all-star game, the Pro Bowl, has announced rosters and the exact three Green Bay Packers you'd expect to see have been selected.
Clay Matthews and Jordy Nelson celebrated with each other after Nelson scored a touchdown in the second quarter of the Pro Bowl. This wouldn't be noteworthy, except they were on different teams.
Not that we or you really give a rat's ass, but the Green Bay Packers got two more Pro Bowlers. Randall Cobb and Sam Shields made it as replacements for two guys who aren't playing. ...