(Before we begin: Tuesday is normally our day to take a glance at the Green Bay Packers’ opposition for that week. As much as we’d love to write about the Washington Redskins, sorry, there was just too much else going on Tuesday. Don’t worry – you’ll get our full wrap-up of the D.C. trip next [...]
(Two notes: First, the Stew will return next week. Second, big props to OBOD reader Kathy Wutkowski, who gave me the idea for this post. Writer’s block hits us all, sometimes, you know?)
Good thing Morgan Burnett got all those offseason reps with the starters, huh?
I say that because, on Thursday, we found out Atari Bigby’s [...]
(The Green Bay Packers were off on Sunday. As such, the “Training Camp Stew” will return Monday night.)
Over the weekend, I was listening to a recent Bill Simmons podcast that he did with NFL Network’s Michael Lombardi. The two discussed Lombardi’s “Blue Chip Rankings” article he wrote for NFL.com. It’s a fascinating examination, if you [...]
How could he have done it again?
That was the main thought playing over and over in my mind as I drove alone to a Taco Bell in Appleton, Wisconsin, on the cold, cold evening of January 20, 2008.
Brett Favre, our aging, yet still-beloved quarterback, had once again sunk the Green Bay Packers’ postseason hopes with an interception.
Overtime. Lambeau. Corey Webster. We all [...]
I hope everyone survived Black Friday or their Thanksgiving hangover (not mentioning any fellow OBOD writers’ names). Since it’s a holiday weekend, we figured we would provide a little treat for you in terms of some extended NFC North black and blue coverage. Call it Behind Enemy Lines if you will. The Packers vs. Lions [...]
(Before we begin: I wanted to get this up immediately after the game, but I decided to sleep on my thoughts before I wrote anything.)
You could point to any number of reasons for why the Green Bay Packers suffered a 30-23 loss to the Minnesota Vikings on Monday night.
Poor offensive line play, a quaterback who [...]