Seven Reasons the Packers Will Lead the NFL in Quarterback Sacks in 2014

Ever since the 2010 Super Bowl run, the Green Bay Packers’ defense has been very suspect. Whether it was a rash of injuries, lack of depth, too complex of a scheme, or a sieve secondary, the defense didn’t strike fear into many. However, the 2014 season will be different. In fact, I am making the […]

Cory’s Corner: We have seen the best of Clay Matthews

Many Packers fans adore Clay Matthews. They love his energy, his post-sack theatrics and ability to make an offensive line melt. But have we seen the best from the “Claymaker?” The reason we have is because of the Bennett’s fracture. Matthews originally broke his thumb in Week 5 last year. And then in Week 16, […]

Cory’s Corner: Packers’ 2014 D Begins and Ends with Raji

I gave B.J. Raji a lot of grief last year. After setting career lows in total tackles (12) and tallying no sacks for the second straight season, it was completely warranted. Raji’s argument was that he barely played his true position as a bona fide nose tackle. He dabbled in playing end and also spent […]

Cory’s Corner: Pressure’s on for Morgan Burnett

Hopefully Morgan Burnett doesn’t read his press clippings, listen to the radio or watch TV. Because after last season, there have been plenty of Packers fans that were incensed with his lackluster play. Which is why the 25-year-old enters 2014 with the most to prove. Last July, I was shocked when the Packers gave him […]

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

What would it take for you to stop following the Packers? I’m asking because of the hullabaloo over the Packers signing troubled Oregon tight end Colt Lyerla and the “risk” that people think comes with signing a guy like him. Really, what risk is there? Let’s say Lyerla gets arrested for cocaine again. The Packers can just […]