Says Farewell, Hello Again

It’s hard to believe it’s been six full years since I decided to start a Packers web site. Back in February of 2009, at the graphically challenged “Jersey Al’s Packers Blog,” I published my first article bidding farewell to Brett Favre. (It’s a pretty interesting read now,  knowing what has transpired after that date). It was Februry 11th, […]

Surviving Sunday: Packers News, Notes and Links for the Football Deprived

I’ve read a lot of about Aaron Rodgers and “trust” during the last few weeks of this painfully long and more-boring-than-usual Green Bay Packers offseason. Here’s a story about Rodgers trusting Davante Adams more. Here’s a story about what Jeff Janis has to do to gain Rodgers’ trust. Here’s one on what Janis has to do […]

Cory’s Corner: It all starts and ends up front for the Packers

Mike McCarthy isn’t big on lists and comparing one generation to another. Remember this: “This offensive line, in my opinion, in my time here, has the chance to be the best offensive line that we’ve had.” That was a proud and boastful McCarthy on July 25, 2014 — one day before starting his ninth training […]

Goodson Paying Early Dividends

Last year, the Green Bay Packers had some difficult decisions to make when final roster cutdowns were due.  Cornerback was a position of particular interest, as the team had sixth rounder Demetri Goodson in the mix and fighting for one of the last roster spots with undrafted free agent Jumal Rolle.  Many though Rolle had […]

Rodgers and Favre at 31 – Same Age But Different Results

CBS Sports recently had an interesting feature predicting the number of wins for each of the NFL teams this year including the Green Bay Packers. Per Bovada Sports Book the over/under for the Packers season is 11 wins. The CBS Sports experts chose the ‘over’ for the Packers – meaning that their expectation is for […]