This post concludes my searches for Packers players who, if given the opportunity, have potential for having a breakout year in 2020. In some cases “breakout” means having some spectacular statistics, though I’m also counting ...
Are the Green Bay Packers willing to make some changes on defense? If they are, they should start at the safety position. They have two viable options and may be ready.
The Green Bay Packers' secondary is supposedly much improved this year, but are they? I'm starting to get the feeling that they're no different than 2016.
Is the Green Bay Packers secondary set for improvement in 2017? How could they not be? Here's a very early set of predictions on how things will shape up.
All the Green Bay Packers did during their offseason program was throw the football. There are three reasons for that and one is about defense.
The Green Bay Packers are looking to upgrade their cornerback situation this offseason. Either that, or they're sending a message to their underachievers.
The Green Bay Packers' cornerbacks have been garbage for most of the season. It seems we now know that's because they were using the wrong combinations.
The Green Bay Packers have problems in the secondary with injuries and poor play. What can they do about it? They do have some options for the playoffs.
The Green Bay Packers' secondary is the weakest link on a team that's full of them. How bad are they? This illustrates how and why they're failing.
The Green Bay Packers have completely rebuilt their defensive backfield over the past few seasons. The returns have been substandard, which is on Ted Thompson.
The Green Bay Packers could be down to two healthy corners this week. Here are the options for how that scenario might play out. Time for more Josh Hawkins?
If you're a receiver and you've got the Green Bay Packers on the schedule, you've got to be licking your chops right now. The Pack is giving up mad stats.
Have the Green Bay Packers safeties, Morgan Burnett and M.D. Jennings, played well this season. No they haven't. Oh, wait, coach Darren Perry says they have.
The Green Bay Packers are suffering from an injury epidemic. Cornerback Micah Hyde missed Thursday's practice, leaving the team very thin in the secondary.
Indianapolis Colts receiver Reggie Wayne lit up the Green Bay Packers secondary on Sunday. The sad thing is he wasn't even at full strength.
Two starting spots remain up in the air in the Green Bay Packers secondary entering week one of the NFL season. Not eve the players know what's going on.