Surviving Sunday: Packers News, Notes and Links for the Football Deprived

I’m currently reading Bruce Feldman’s newest book called “The QB: The Making of Modern Quarterbacks.” It’s a good book so far with excellent insight into today’s quarterbacks, including some nice tidbits on Aaron Rodgers (and even a few older stories about Brett Favre). But there is a prevailing theme throughout the book so far that bugs […]

Aaron Rodgers 2014 Report Card – Packers Player Grades

1) Introduction:  He had a season for the ages. After winning his 100th start in December with a 43-37 win over Atlanta, Rodgers became No. 1 in NFL history in touchdown passes (222), passing yards (27,520) and passer rating (107.3) for any quarterback all-time at the century mark. For the fifth time in seven seasons […]

Cory’s Corner: Packers must hang on to Randall Cobb

If Aaron Rodgers is the heartbeat of the Packers, Randall Cobb is the breath of life. The asking price for Cobb may seem steep, but it’s really not when you compare him to Victor Cruz. Cruz signed a five-year $43 million extension in the summer of 2013. He was coming off his first Pro Bowl […]

Packers Take Home Several NFL Honors

Announced at the NFL Honors Show tonight:   Packers’ GM Ron Wolf will be inducted to the NFL’s Professional Football Hall of Fame. The Packers win over the Dolphins this year was named the “Never say Never Moment of the Year.” Packers Quarterback Aaron Rodgers was named the NFL MVP for the second time in […]

Cory’s Corner: Super Bowl XLIX caps excellent postseason

The playoffs ended poorly for 10 NFL teams, but that doesn’t mean that the postseason will be remembered like a “fart in the wind” as Ron Wolf likes to say. Injuries doomed the Steelers and Cardinals. Pittsburgh was without its featured back in Le’Veon Bell and Arizona was still smarting from losing Carson Palmer to […]