R(odgers) Correlation: Ferocious Front Four Debunked

“Aaron Rodgers and the high flying Packers offense have trouble producing points when facing ferocious defensive lines that don’t need extra men to blitz” Statements like this were the reason du-jour for many a 2014 failure, much like the “Aaron Rodgers can’t beat the cover-2″ was the “issue” for the 2013 season.  In reality, Aaron Rodgers is […]

Packers Periscope: NFC Championship at Seattle Seahawks

The Past: Here we go again, right?  Interestingly, while many fans are calling this the new Cowboys-Packers one-sided rivalry from the 1980s-1990s in reality, Packers fans only say that because of the “fail mary” touchdown and a loss on opening day this season.  If you go back 10 years, the Packers have played the Seahawks 7 […]

Packers Casualty Report: Conference Championship vs. Seattle Seahawks

The big news coming out of Green Bay will be Aaron Rodgers’ calf injury until the Packers are done with the playoffs, whether that is after Sunday or the Super Bowl.  While how effective Aaron Rodgers can be against the vaunted Seattle defense will probably be the biggest deciding factor on who wins the game, […]

Packers casualty report: Week 19 vs. Dallas Cowboys

With this being he playoffs and the Packers having rested last week after securing a 1st round bye, this will be a condensed casualty report, which won’t be looking at the long term implications of injuries since players will try extra hard to play and teams will usually have bigger margins for recovery in order […]

Packers Periscope: Playoff Bye Retrospective

The Past: You have to admit it’s a little but of a miracle that the Packers are back in the playoffs; the NFL is setup for parity almost a third of playoff teams not making it the following year and it always seems like some teams like the Titans and Browns are so inept at football […]