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've revisited our statistical database and recalculated which Green Bay Packers are on pace for career seasons at the midway point. Surprisingly, Nick Perry is the standout.
Tight end Andrew Quarless is eligible to start practicing again this week. Maybe eventually he can relieve us all of Richard Rodgers. Here's the timetable.
Green Bay Packers offensive coordinator Edgar Bennett knows the team has a problem at tight end. That may finally lead to more opportunities for Justin Perillo and Kennard Backman.
Green Bay Packers receiver Randall Cobb is frustrated by the constant double teams. That has slowed the Packers offense, which needs Davante Adams back.
The Green Bay Packers have an opportunity to be great this season. It isn't so much because of the stars either. It's that guys you wouldn't expect are having career seasons.
It wasn't pretty, but the Green Bay Packers gutted out a 24-10 win over the St. Louis Rams and after some reflection, we have five more thoughts on the win.
James Jones has returned to the Green Bay Packers and he'll be playing with his familiar No. 89. Tight end Richard Rodgers gave Jones the digits.
The Green Bay Packers may have bigger issues than Jordy Nelson's knee injury. Then again, maybe not. Here are five more thoughts on the loss to Pittsburgh.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, along with tight end Richard Rodgers, spent their off day in Kohler, Wisconsin at the PGA Championship.
Oh, the much ballyhooed second-year jump is being bandied about for tight end Richard Rodgers. What does that mean? It means you should be cautious.
Regardless of who you draft, the draft and develop philosophy only works if guys actually develop into impact players. This is who the Packers expect more from in 2015...
With the 2015 Packer Draft approaching, in our continuing draft series, we rank all the positions on the team in order of draft priority. Here we go.
The Green Bay Packers, either through player losses, inactivity or just having bad players, have developed four holes on their team. Here are the positions that need improvement.
With the NFL Draft just over a month away, we start our draft series for 2015 by analyzing the stats and determining which areas the Packers need to improve.
Here are five quick thoughts on the Green Bay Packers' season-ending win over the Detroit Lions, including the emergence of DickRodge and more buffoonery.