Packers Stock Report: A Relaxing win over the Bears Edition

So far, the 2014 Green Bay Packers have gone from bad, to pretty good, to really bad, to TAKE THAT CHICAGO BEARS, THE PACKERS ARE BACK, BABY!! In baseball, basketball and hockey, the good teams eventually rise to the top over the course of a long season. In football, the season isn’t that long. There’s […]

Packers 38, Bears 17: Game Balls and Lame Calls

Is everyone relaxed now? A week after their worst offensive performance in years, the Green Bay Packers roared to life and demolished their arch rival Chicago Bears 38-17. Quarterback Aaron Rodgers, who told fans on weekly radio show last Tuesday to “R-E-L-A-X,” led the offense to it’s best performance of the season while the defense shut […]

5 Reasons why the Packers will beat the Bears (and 1 reason why they might not)

After watching the Bears beat the Jets on Monday night, it looks like we might be in for another one of “those” Bears seasons. Longtime Packers fans know what I mean by “those.” One of those seasons where the Bears go 12-4 and eight of the wins can be directly attributed to a combination of […]

The Burke Blotter: Why a Losing Season is OK for the Packers

It’s only Week 4 of the NFL season but with the one quarter mark of the 2014 season coming after this weekend, now is the time fans will get either giddy or jittery about their team’s chances. Fans of the Green Bay Packers as of right now definitely fall into the latter category. The Packers […]

Packers Beer Mug Perspective: Are Rodgers’ Critics on Target?

We’ve had a lot of time to voice our concerns this week, and while I certainly came away from the game frustrated, I decided to let my emotions settle down before settling on any long-term conclusions about the team. One argument that I’ve heard consistently, though, is that Aaron Rodgers’ passing accuracy the past three weeks has been noticeably less than what we are used to.