As I sit down to write this, the clock has just struck 12:37 a.m.
In other words, I’ll be keeping this one brief (don’t worry – we’ll have a whole lot more reaction to this one later today).
Here are some quick thoughts on the Green Bay Packers’ 28-24 win over the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday night [...]
Most of the major news surrounding the Green Bay Packers on the day after their season-opening win over Philadelphia involved injuries.
And, as is the case most of the time with things like these, the news wasn’t particularly good.
Head coach Mike McCarthy told reporters Monday that running back Ryan Grant (ankle) is out for Sunday’s home opener with [...]
Well, the third preseason game is here. And, as Denny Green once famously informed us, this is the one that teams do not, in fact, play like it’s bull(expletive), bull(expletive)!
That could be especially true in this one, as the Green Bay Packers take on the Indianapolis Colts and some cat named Peyton at Lambeau Field tonight [...]
If Saturday’s contest between the Green Bay Packers and Cleveland Browns – set for 7 p.m. Lambeau Time at, well, Lambeau Field – was a regular season affair, we’d go all out in writing a preview.
Unfortunately, though, it isn’t – it’s merely the preseason opener.
That being the case, we’ll go a different route and merely [...]
And we’re back with yet another heaping helping of training camp stew, your nightly recap of the most interesting bits of information from today’s practice.
The Green Bay Packers practiced just once Monday, but there was still quite a bit going on. Let’s get to that now, shall we?
As always, a thanks to the fine folks [...]
So, six practices in – how are the Green Bay Packers looking?
In short, similar to most teams at this point. The defense is ahead of the offense, which is almost always the case at any level of football six practices in to a season. OTA/minicamps only do so much for keeping a rhythm, after all, [...]
The first part of our look at the defensive battles – part three of our series in all, if you’re keeping score – focused solely on the secondary. Makes sense as it’s the one glaring area of concern on this team as it prepares to begin camp in just one day – holy @$*#!
Truth be [...]
Most Green Bay Packers fans are extremely high on the 2010 squad. You can include me in that group.
Still, they are not a team without flaws – no team is in the salary cap era.
Much has been written about the Pack’s seemingly biggest flaw – the pass defense – this offseason. But what are some [...]
So it’s been a minute since I’ve last written for the site.
It feels like I’ve been saying that a lot lately. That’s because, well, I have.
My reasons are, of course, legit. First it was vacay-time; then I got sick; and, finally, I’ve been out of town attending my parents’ 50th wedding anniversary. I don’t forsee [...]
The Green Bay Packers put a significant emphasis on the defensive line in this year’s draft.
By selecting Mike Neal (Purdue, second round) and C.J. Wilson (East Carolina, seventh round), the team made it clear it felt more size and depth needed to be added up front. And by officially moving B.J. Raji (RAJI!) and Ryan [...]