The Burke Blotter: Is the Packers’ Defense For Real?

Sunday marks the halfway point of the Green Bay Packers’ 2014 season, but for defensive coordinator Dom Capers it actually is much more than that. After a sluggish start to the season, Capers’ defense has come to life and is finally again performing near the level it was in 2010 when the Packers won Super […]

Packers Stock Report: Extra Ketchup Edition

After the Green Bay Packers throttling of the Carolina Panthers, how do you put any Packers in the falling category? You know the Packers are on a roll when 1) the safety position is a strength; 2) Nick Perry is healthy and playing well; 3) their top cornerback is out and barely anyone notices; 4) […]

Packers 38, Panthers 17: Game Balls and Lame Calls

Another game at Lambeau Field and another blowout victory for the Green Bay Packers. The final score was 38-17 but the game against the Carolina Panthers was never really that close. The Packers jumped out to a 21-0 first quarter lead and never looked back. Green Bay eventually stretched the lead to 38-3 before giving […]

Cory’s Corner: Aaron Rodgers is the NFL’s best QB — and its MVP

DeMarco Murray has been one of the biggest surprises of this young season. And there’s a good reason why he’s receiving MVP consideration. The fourth-year running back has tied Jim Brown’s record with six-straight 100-yard games to begin the year. If he hits the century mark in Week 7, he has an NFL record for […]

Cory’s Corner: Could Davante Adams replace Randall Cobb?

Trust me, I am surprised by the headline too. Randall Cobb and LeSean McCoy are the most dynamic players in the league — when healthy. But therein lies the rub. Ravens safety Matt Elam hit Cobb’s right fibula — nearly breaking it all the way through — which caused the wideout to miss 10 games […]