Packing the Stats: The Packers Have Traded Deep Passes for Run Plays

Since Aaron Rodgers took over the reigns from Brett Favre in 2008 the Packers have been known as a pass-first team. Back in 2008 the NFL was still a fairly balanced league with an average 52/48 split in pass to run calls. The Packers were one of the teams that saw they could exploit defenses […]

How Useful is the NFL Combine as a Predictor of Success vs Draft Round?

For every team in the NFL, the Green Bay Packers especially, the NFL Draft is a huge part of their team’s immediate and future success, or lack thereof. In this day and age, one of the two most important factors in determining if a player is draftable -and the most important one in determining how […]

Packing the Stats: Packers RB Eddie Lacy’s Performance in 2014

The Green Bay Packers as a team started off this season very slow, the same can be said for Eddie Lacy. The 2014 season saw Lacy take a step forward from what was already a pretty good 2013, but it didn’t come easy nor did it come right away. While it took the Packers 4 […]

Packing the Stats: Packers Playoff QB Comparison: Aaron Rodgers vs. Brett Favre

After Sunday’s loss to the Seattle Seahawks, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers started to come under a little bit of criticism from some national media and Packer fans alike. This criticism comes from those that believe he has been sub par when it matters most: in the playoffs. The fact of the matter is […]

A Breakdown of Aaron Rodgers’ Winning Touchdown Pass for the Packers

On Sunday against the Dallas Cowboys Aaron Rodgers threw what turned out to be the game winning touchdown for the Green Bay Packers to Richard Rodgers on a play that will go down as one of Aaron’s best throws to date. The play everyone is talking about was an inside post route by tight end Richard Rodgers […]