Packing the Stats: The Green Bay Packers Pass Rush Under Dom Capers

The Green Bay Packers pass rush under Dom Capers has been a hot-button issue seemingly since the fall of the Roman Empire (which happened right around 2011 if my public school education serves me right). Each season seems to see the Packers fail to generate any kind of pass rush opposite Clay Matthews. One of […]

Packing the Stats: Detailed Look at Packers at Home versus on the Road

It is no secret that the Green Bay Packers have played better football at Lambeau Field than on the road. Taking a look at the stats on how the Packers offense and defense have performed, as well turnover stats, at home and on the road shows just how much better the Packers have been in Lambeau.   […]

Does Julio Jones’ Huge Game Against the Packers Mean Anything Going Forward?

Against the Atlanta Falcons on Monday Night Football the Green Bay Packers’ defense gave up the 18th most receiving yards to a single player in a single game in NFL history to Julio Jones (259). This isn’t the first time a player has torched the Packers under Dom Capers. The game being broadcasted to a […]

Packers Xs and Os Film Session: Sam Barrington Arrives

Photo credit: Mark Hoffman/JSOnline Last Sunday, the Green Bay Packers won a very competitive showdown against the New England Patriots in a game that many labeled as a Super Bowl preview by a score of 26-21. The score was on the lower side of things, compared to recent scoring trends, which shows that defenses still do […]

Cory’s Corner: No Darren Sproles is a welcome sight for the Packers

As long as a team has Drew Brees as its quarterback, good things are bound to happen. The future Hall of Famer is looking to pass for over 5,000 yards for the fourth straight season this year. But there is one reason why opposing defenses are breathing a sigh of relief when they see the […]