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 31, Jets 24: Game Balls and Lame Calls

It was a disastrous start, but the Green Bay Packers pulled it together and rallied to defeat the New York Jets 31-24 at Lambeau Field. The Packers fell behind almost immediately after a botched snap between rookie center Corey Linsley and quarterback Aaron Rodgers gave the Jets the ball deep in Green Bay territory. New […]

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 […]

Where’s the Creativity from Packers Coach Mike McCarthy?

The worst thing about the Green Bay Packers losing their season-opener on a Thursday is that it gives people like me 10 days to talk about everything that went wrong. In fact, so much went wrong on Thursday that some of the obvious wrongs are overshadowing other, less obvious, wrongs that also merit discussion. One […]

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. […]