The Green Bay Packers now have some hard questions to answer. From Ted Thompson to the scouting staff to Dom Capers to the medical staff.
The Green Bay Packers' season is essentially over. Here are five more thoughts on the game that ended it, guys we want to see more of and calling for heads.
To the surprise of no one, rookie cornerback Kevin King will have shoulder surgery. That raises the question, whose fault is this? Not T.J. Watt's.
The Green Bay Packers will have Aaron Rodgers back this week.. to run the scout team. As depressing as another week or Brett Hundley is, we're on track.
It would be fitting if a blowout loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers were the swan song for Mike McCarthy and Ted Thompson, who just couldn't take T.J. Watt.
Ted Thompson and the Green Bay Packers have had a couple nice defensive line picks, but they've had more total busts. We were just reminded of that.
Five more on the Green Bay Packers' 23-0 loss to the Baltimore Ravens. Where has Jordy Nelson gone and who's at fault for the Packers' current tailspin?
Everyone says the Green Bay Packers should've re-signed Micah Hyde. They should've, but only if they had the balls to replace Ha Ha Clinton-Dix. They don't.
What is the trend in the NFL in 2017? Fast players seem to be dominating on offense. Unfortunately, the Green Bay Packers don't seem to care about that.
Green Bay Packers GM Ted Thompson has made a slew of moves since roster cutdown day to try to keep the team's injury situation at bay. But what about Jordy?
Who is the Green Bay Packers best draft pick in the last three years? We're not talking best player, but best pick. It just might end up being a value pick.
Be proactive? Okay, from time to time, but it's funny how reactive Ted Thompson and the Green Bay Packers have become to certain situations lately.
The Green Bay Packers' signing of Ahmad Brooks is a welcome one, but they could have fixed their outside linebacker depth problem much earlier.
Athleticism matters in pro football. You don't have to look any further than the Green Bay Packers outside linebacker group. Here's the breakdown.
Boy, did we get a treat! Green Bay Packers general manager Ted Thompson agreed to an interview and it was doozy. Just delightful and full of wisdom.
Green Bay Packers general manager Ted Thompson spoke to the media today and was his usual fountain of knowledge. How long you staying Ted? Uh... don't know.