Packers Xs and Os Film Session: Grounding Out the Clock

Photo credit: @Packers Twitter account On Sunday, the Green Bay Packers went into hostile Minnesota territory and beat the Vikings 24-21 in a closely contested divisional showdown. While the score was close, the Packers did one impressive thing that in the past wasn’t a sure thing. They were able to ground out the clock to […]

Packers Xs and Os Film Session: Meet Letroy Guion

Photo credit: Mike Roemer/AP The Green Bay Packers defense appears to be improving as the season progresses, and that was evident when they held the high-powered Philadelphia Eagles in check last Sunday. A lot of the credit has been given to Clay Matthews after he moved from outside linebacker to inside linebacker. While that is […]

Game Balls and Lame Calls: Packers 53, Eagles 20

For the second straight week, the Green Bay Packers hung a five spot on an opponent, this time beating the Philadelphia Eagles 55-20 on a chilly Sunday afternoon. The normal author of this article is currently predisposed, so I’m filling in for him. I think we probably saw the game the same way, though. The […]

Packers Xs and Os Film Session: Clay Matthews Moves Inside

Last Sunday when the Green Bay Packers demolished the Chicago Bears 55-14, defensive coordinator Dom Capers unleashed a new wrinkle. It involved moving outside linebacker Clay Matthews to inside linebacker for much of the game. According to ESPN’s Rob Demovsky, Matthews played a total of 53 snaps, with 38 of those coming at middle linebacker (72%). […]

Revisiting and Regrading the Packers’ 2011 Draft

Photo credit: Packers Insiders NFL draft experts often say it’s not fair to grade a particular draft class on draft day. It’s better to reassess the picks three years into their careers. Much has already been written about the perceived failures of the Green Bay Packers’ general Manager Ted Thompson and his maligned 2011 draft […]