A Decade of Aaron Rodgers

The Green Bay Packers are entering their 23rd straight season of superior quarterback play.  When Brett Favre was shipped off to the New York Jets in 2008, there were still many question marks about the type of player Aaron Rodgers was.  Those questions were quickly answered as Rodgers put up two-straight 4,000 yard seasons followed […]

Cory’s Corner: The Packers remain the class of the NFC North

As we finally get closer to the NFL Draft, there should be plenty of happiness among Packers fans. Why, you may ask? Well, the Packers are still easily the class of the NFC North. They’ve got the best quarterback, best wide receiving tandem and the best running back. The safety position also has plenty of […]

Is Aaron Rodgers injury prone?

The Green Bay Packers are doing nothing in free agency, the NFL draft is still too far away for me to care about, and the weather is warming up outside. In other words, these are the dog days of the offseason for Packers bloggers. There is only so much you can write about 1) Ted […]

Cory’s Corner: Through jabs, we see Aaron Rodgers’ true colors

It’s pretty apparent that Aaron Rodgers not only likes hoops, but more specifically — the Wisconsin Badgers. I have no problem with that one bit. Yes, he may have thrown touchdown passes for Cal, but he has been ingrained in the sausage and cheese tradition since getting drafted 24th overall in 2005. And then the […]

Surviving Sunday: Packers News, Notes and Links for the Football Deprived – 03-29-15

It’s been eerily quiet at 1265 Lombardi Ave the last two weeks.  Not that there’s ever a hoard of news coming from the Green Bay Packers during the first few weeks of free agency, but with some seemingly big holes on the defense at CB and ILB, one might have expected a minor signing at least. perhaps a […]