The Full Nelson (Jordy, that is)

Losing Jordy Nelson for the season to a torn ACL has shown the true colors of the Packers team throughout. The team was a Super Bowl favorite entering the preseason at the beginning of August. Now at the start of September, even without arguably their best wide out, the team is still listed as one of […]

Three Intriguing Draft Possibilities for Packers in 2015

This week, the Packers are going to welcome a new cast of players to the Green Bay family. The Packers will enter the draft carrying the rights to nine selection from the first round  (pick 30) all the way down to the seventh round (pick 247). On that note, let’s look at three interesting draft day […]

Green Bay Packers “Did not Finish”

The hangover from the capitulation suffered by Green Bay Packers in the playoff game with the Seattle Seahawks might last some time. Just over three minutes away from a sixth Superbowl appearance and in ebullient mood, Green Bay somehow contrived to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory. At 19-14, tight end Brandon Bostick missed a […]

Eddie Lacy Happy to Be in Washington this Weekend

With all due respect to Lambeau Field and Wisconsin fans, Eddie Lacy isn’t complaining about a trip to Seattle. The sportsbook betting line for the game gives the Seahawks a 7.5-point edge against Green Bay, and a significant part of that lean comes from Seattle’s dominance at home. Still, even if CenturyLink Field is known […]

Packers Set Sights on Home-Field Advantage

Green Bay’s win over the Pats wasn’t a lopsided victory like the ones they reeled off in their previous two home games against the Eagles and Bears, but by defeating the Patriots, 26-21, on Sunday, the Packers made a clear statement: They are the toughest team to play at its home stadium, and they will […]