The Rise and Fall of the Green Bay Packers’ B.J. Raji

With the news last week that he tore his biceps and more than likely will miss the 2014 season, Green Bay Packers nose tackle B.J. Raji continues to see his once promising career come even more off the rails. When Raji was selected with the first of two first round draft picks in 2009, he […]

Game Balls and Lame Calls: Packers 31, Raiders 21

It was more than likely the final tune up for the Green Bay Packers’ starters and they didn’t disappoint in Green Bay’s 31-21 victory over the Oakland Raiders Friday night. The starting offense came out with a blistering opening drive featuring a brisk pace and no-huddle formations. The result was a one yard Eddie Lacy […]

The Cure for the Packers’ Injury Woes could be….Snacks?

If there is one thing that has driven both the Green Bay Packers and their fans into white hot rage the past couple of seasons, it has been team’s ongoing battle with injury epidemics. The Packers won Super Bowl XLV with 15 players on injured reserve, but that is the exception and not the rule. […]

Packers Should Keep Both Matt Flynn, Scott Tolzien in 2014

It’s one the biggest questions that have hung over training camp for the Green Bay Packers: will Matt Flynn or Scott Tolzien backup Aaron Rodgers in 2014? With the preseason half complete, the answer is becoming clearer. The Packers need to keep both. Flynn entered camp as the clear front runner after he came in […]

Packers News: Packers Waive TE Colt Lyerla But….

The Green Bay Packers have reportedly released  rookie tight end Colt Lyerla, but that’s far from the end of the story. According to Paul Imig of FOX Sports, Lyerlas was told he will be waived by the Packers and if/once he clears waivers, he will put on injured reserve, thus ending his rookie season. Lyerla […]