Examining the Packers NFL Draft Priorites

Let’s take a quick break from making ball jokes at the NFL’s expense and wallowing in our misery over the Green Bay Packers collapse from eight days ago to gaze into the future. Specifically, let’s gaze into the Packers’ future, all the way to May (or April, or June, or Christmas…whenever the hell the NFL […]

Packers 22, Seahawks 28: Game Balls and Lame Calls

Game Balls K Mason Crosby Seriously? Five field goals including two 48 yarders, the last to send the game into overtime? One of the best playoff performances by a kicker EVER. LB Clay Matthews It was a very different defense when Matthews missed some series late, apparently with some type of knee injury. Suddenly Wilson had some […]

Cory’s Corner: Winning starts by stopping Russell Wilson

Last week, everyone focused on Aaron Rodgers’ calf muscle. And this week, Seattle is either focused on it or is resigned to the hypothesis that the injury is a fable. But Rodgers isn’t the most important factor in Sunday’s NFC Championship Game. Without a doubt, it’s the Seahawks’ Russell Wilson. The mark of a great […]

Packers Corey Linsley, Ha Ha Clinton-Dix Named to PFWA ALL-Rookie Team

The Professional Football Writers of America (PFWA) announced their ALL-NFL Rookie awards today. The Green Bay Packers rookies named were Center Corey Linsley, their 5th round pick and safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, their first round pick.   2014 PFWA ROOKIE OF THE YEAR: WR Odell Beckham Jr., New York Giants 2014 PFWA OFFENSIVE ROOKIE OF THE YEAR: […]

Cory’s Corner: Julius Peppers justified his contract on Sunday

Many people were wondering why Ted Thompson opened up the checkbook and signed Julius Peppers last March. The 34-year-old justified the three-year $26-million contract with a special game in the NFC Divisional Playoffs. He hasn’t tasted playoff football since 2010, so he had every right to be excited and you could say he was pretty […]