Cory’s Corner: Winning starts by stopping Russell Wilson

Last week, everyone focused on Aaron Rodgers’ calf muscle. And this week, Seattle is either focused on it or is resigned to the hypothesis that the injury is a fable. But Rodgers isn’t the most important factor in Sunday’s NFC Championship Game. Without a doubt, it’s the Seahawks’ Russell Wilson. The mark of a great […]

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 […]

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 Stock Report: Flashback to 2011 Edition

My throat is scratchy. My nose is runny. I’m sneezing every 8 minutes and the bags under my eyes are turning a weird shade of black and purple. Do I have a common winter cold, the same affliction that knocks down most of us for a few days when the weather turns cold? Or do […]

Cory’s Corner: Clay-Gronk matchup will determine winner

The Patriots-Packers game has been billed as a duel with two of the best quarterbacks in the game right now. Tom Brady has carried a team that doesn’t have a consistent running back, a recognizable wide receiver and a star tight end that took until October to shake off the injury rust. Aaron Rodgers has […]