Grading the Packers Rookies: Preseason Week 3

With game 3 out of the way, a lot of serious grading and analysis can start; while teams likely play a lot of vanilla offense and defense in the 1st two preseason games, game 3 is traditionally a warm-up for the starters and as such a full game plan will be on display.  On the […]

The Rise and Fall of the Green Bay Packers’ B.J. Raji

With the news last week that he tore his biceps and more than likely will miss the 2014 season, Green Bay Packers nose tackle B.J. Raji continues to see his once promising career come even more off the rails. When Raji was selected with the first of two first round draft picks in 2009, he […]

Game Balls and Lame Calls: Packers 31, Raiders 21

It was more than likely the final tune up for the Green Bay Packers’ starters and they didn’t disappoint in Green Bay’s 31-21 victory over the Oakland Raiders Friday night. The starting offense came out with a blistering opening drive featuring a brisk pace and no-huddle formations. The result was a one yard Eddie Lacy […]

Green Bay Packers Nose Tackle BJ Raji Lost For Season

According to NFL League sources and reported by ESPN and NFL Network, Packers Nose Tackle BJ Raji has a torn bicep and will miss the entire 2014 season. When BJ Raji left the preseason game against the Raiders in the first quarter, I held my breath.  The word that he would not return to the […]

Cory’s Corner: Julius Peppers’ time is the regular season

Lots of Packers fans have been disappointed with the play of Julius Peppers in the preseason. Well, get over it. He’s entering his 13th NFL season and as a 34-year-old, he knows exactly how to prepare himself for what matters most: Week 1 at Seattle. I chuckle every time I sift through sports talk radio […]