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 […]

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 […]

Packers Stock Report: Can’t Beat the Best Edition

There was a period during the Green Bay Packers’ 2009 and 2010 seasons where they couldn’t beat the NFL’s elite. You knew the Packers were good, really good, actually, but they couldn’t get over the hump against the likes of Atlanta, New England or the 2009 Vikings with Brett Favre slinging the ball around. That […]

Packers Stock Report: Meaningless Football Edition

Normally I don’t start doing the Packers Stock Report until the regular season begins. Why? I have no idea. A Packers Stock Report after the second exhibition game seems to make sense to me, thous. So, let’s do this: Rising Jayrone Elliot When you get three sacks in four plays like Elliot did against the […]

Packers Stock Report: Win and the Packers are in Edition

The Packers win over the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday was their best victory since winning Super Bowl XLV. Sure, the Packers won 15 games and lit up scoreboards all over the NFL in 2011, but none of the 15 triumphs was as fulfilling as Sunday’s comeback over America’s (Most Annoying) Team. Yes, the Packers persevered […]