Is Sam Barrington the answer at ILB for the Packers?

By the standards of most NFL teams, the Green Bay Packers had a successful 2014 season. They went undefeated at home, won their division, and were a few plays away from being the NFC’s representative in the Super Bowl. But the fans and the organization itself are used to this level of success, and often, […]

Surviving Sunday: Packers News, Notes and Links for the Football Deprived

I’m currently reading Bruce Feldman’s newest book called “The QB: The Making of Modern Quarterbacks.” It’s a good book so far with excellent insight into today’s quarterbacks, including some nice tidbits on Aaron Rodgers (and even a few older stories about Brett Favre). But there is a prevailing theme throughout the book so far that bugs […]

Surviving Sunday: Packers News, Notes and Links for the Football Deprived

Congratulations to former Green Bay Packers general manager Ron Wolf on his election to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Wolf (with a lot of help from team president Bob Harlan and a quarterback who goes by the name of Brett Favre) took the Packers from a floundering franchise to one of the most respected […]

R(odgers) Correlation: Ferocious Front Four Debunked

“Aaron Rodgers and the high flying Packers offense have trouble producing points when facing ferocious defensive lines that don’t need extra men to blitz” Statements like this were the reason du-jour for many a 2014 failure, much like the “Aaron Rodgers can’t beat the cover-2″ was the “issue” for the 2013 season.  In reality, Aaron Rodgers is […]

Insights Gained from a Full Packers Season of Film Sessions

Another Green Bay Packers season has come and gone. I’ve not missed a season since I started watching the team in 1985. Over the years, some seasons ended in triumph, while others ended in agony and defeat. This season obviously didn’t end the way we wanted. That’s still a tough pill to swallow. I’ve watched […]