Packers Beer Mug Perspective: Scrapping Sherrod

Watching the Green Bay Packers get manhandled by the Seattle Seahawks in the NFL opener last week gave me plenty of frustrations. However, what made me the most sick to my stomach was not the 20-point loss, it was watching both Bryan Bulaga and Richard Rodgers writhe on the ground in pain. Not only was I worried that star tackle Bulaga would be lost for yet another season to injury, but I also knew that Derek Sherrod was the next man up.

Seahawks 36, Packers 16: Game Balls and Lame Calls

Well, it was every Green Bay Packers fan’s worst nightmare and it was on national television to boot. The Packers are 0-1 on the season as they fell to the Seahawks 36-16 at Century Link Field. The game was an utter disaster all the way around for Green Bay as Seattle outclassed them in all […]

Offensive Linemen Musical Chairs, 2014 Edition Round 2

A couple months ago I wrote an article listing talking about the game of musical chairs that the Packers play every year with the offensive line.  Just a recap, there probably isn’t another group of players less understood and paradoxically more diverse and similar than offensive linemen.  However with the ACL injury to Don Barclay […]

Offensive Linemen Musical Chairs, 2014 Edition: who stays, who goes?

Outside of special teams, nothing is more confusing, more obfuscated or more esoteric than offensive line play; We all know that Joe Thomas is supposed to be one of the best offensive linemen in the NFL right now, but do you or I really know that?  I’ve never watched a game specifically focused on Thomas […]

Cory’s Corner: Ted Thompson averages a draft whiff a year

This will be Ted Thompson’s 10th NFL Draft as the Packers general manager. He has been arguably the biggest lightning rod for criticism over the years. There is inherent value in every round of the draft, but the most consistent value lies in rounds 1-3, which is where I also focus my attention. Thompson did […]