5 Reasons why the Packers will beat the Bears (and 1 reason why they might not)

After watching the Bears beat the Jets on Monday night, it looks like we might be in for another one of “those” Bears seasons. Longtime Packers fans know what I mean by “those.” One of those seasons where the Bears go 12-4 and eight of the wins can be directly attributed to a combination of […]

Packers Stock Report: Another 1-2 Start Edition

Putting together the Packers stock report is especially challenging after a loss. The stock report takes into account a player’s recent performances, not just how they played in the last game. That’s tough to do after a loss because the screw-ups are fresh in everybody’s head. To a lot of fans, the whole team should […]

Here’s what we’re NOT seeing from the Packers so far

At around 7 p.m. Lambeau Time on Sunday, Jersey Al sent his Packers blogging minions the following email: “After Kris’ game balls in the morning, I want to hear you guys express yourselves on what you see out there from the Packers. Let’s hit this topic hard.” — Al I underlined the “what you see” phrase […]

5 Reasons why the Packers will beat the Lions (and 1 reason why they might not)

The Detroit Lions are like the Minnesota Vikings, minus the love boats, whizzinators, stairwell sexcapades, traffic cop bumpings and Adrian Peterson. Unlike the Vikings, however, the Lions save most of their stupidity for when they’re on the field. When Jim Schwartz was coaching the Motor City Kitties, I don’t think there was a dumber team on […]

Packers Stock Report: Beating the J-E-T-S edition

The Green Bay Packers pulled Sunday’s win over the New York Jets out of their you-know-what. Muhammad Wilkerson getting ejected, an untimely timeout (if you’re the Jets), an injury to Eric Decker and Jets’ offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg inexplicably ditching the option and misdirection plays that worked so well for his team in the first […]