Cory’s Corner: Jordy Nelson is a great wideout and not a diva

Jordy Nelson was recently asked how he has been able to take such a gigantic leap in production the last few years. The seventh-year wideout thought for a moment and said, “It’s so hard for me to pick one thing. Because when I came in the league, I only played receiver for three years. So […]

Cory’s Corner: The Packers need home cooking in the playoffs

After starting out the season 1-2, the Packers are playing like it’s 1996. And it’s all due to a little home cooking. Lambeau Field has turned into a House of Horrors for opposing teams this year. The Packers have scored 219 of 330 points at home. They lead the NFL in home scoring and total […]

Cory’s Corner: A Packers win isn’t a statement or a signature

I hate the term “statement game.” Especially in November. But let’s face it, the Packers haven’t looked overly impressive so far. They were outplayed by the hapless 2-8 Jets at home but still managed to win and they needed last-second fireworks to beat a 6-4 Dolphins team. That Miami win is easily the best win […]

Cory’s Corner: The Packers proved the Bears have given up

Sunday night’s win was pretty amazing, but the 55-14 shellacking showed me more about the Bears’ ineptitude than the Packers’ offensive excellence. This is a team that has lost 106-37 in the last two games. That is fine in the first two weeks of the college football season when top teams are playing directional schools, […]

Cory’s Corner: Mike Holmgren was a better coach than Mike McCarthy

When it comes to coaching, the Green Bay Packers have been more than blessed. The name of the NFL’s top prize was an iconic Packers head coach. And before Vince Lombardi, there was a guy named Curly Lambeau who not only coached consistent winners but was one of the brainstormers that brought pro football to […]