Cory’s Corner: Despite Packers’ early struggles, NFL is wide open

The NFL just put Week 5 to bed. So what does that mean for the Packers? Many folks who thought that the season was swirling down the drain after losing two of three to start the year should be feeling pretty good right about now. And the reason is because I really don’t see a […]

Packers Stock Report: Another 1-2 Start Edition

Putting together the Packers stock report is especially challenging after a loss. The stock report takes into account a player’s recent performances, not just how they played in the last game. That’s tough to do after a loss because the screw-ups are fresh in everybody’s head. To a lot of fans, the whole team should […]

Lions 19, Packers 7: Game Balls and Lame Calls

Cue the Twilight Zone theme. Imagine if you will, a game where Green Bay Packers defensive coordinator Dom Capers received a lot of praise from Packers fans while beloved quarterback Aaron Rodgers and head coach Mike McCarthy are facing loads of criticism. This isn’t some bizarre alternate dimension. This is reality. The Packers were defeated […]

5 Reasons why the Packers will beat the Lions (and 1 reason why they might not)

The Detroit Lions are like the Minnesota Vikings, minus the love boats, whizzinators, stairwell sexcapades, traffic cop bumpings and Adrian Peterson. Unlike the Vikings, however, the Lions save most of their stupidity for when they’re on the field. When Jim Schwartz was coaching the Motor City Kitties, I don’t think there was a dumber team on […]

Packers Periscope: Week 3 at Detroit Lions

The Past: Let’s not try to dwell too much on the past, however in case you have forgotten, the last time these two teams met the Lions literally destroyed an  Packers squad sans Aaron Rodgers 40-10 on Thanksgiving day.  The Packers-Lions 2013 Thanksgiving game is easily the worse game that the Packers have ever played under […]