Packers Xs and Os Film Session: Anatomy of a Touchdown

The Green Bay Packers recently played the Tennessee Titans in their first preseason game. While the weather was ugly, and so were some of the plays, there were a few bright spots. One such bright spot was the opening drive when most of the starting players were on the field. Matt Flynn quarterbacked a scoring […]

Cory’s Corner: A healthy DuJuan Harris is a perfect No. 2

The news about Johnathan Franklin was stunning and devastating. Even without Franklin, the Packers’ running back position still appears to have plenty of promise. There is a Rookie of the Year returning in Eddie Lacy and a guy that tore up the postseason en route to a Super Bowl title in James Starks. But with […]

Xs and Os: Packers Running Game from Substitution Packages

The key to the Green Bay Packers’ offensive success is having the ability to run or pass out of any personnel grouping and formation, especially with multiple wide receivers on the field. This means, in order to achieve offensive balance, the Packers must be able to run out of passing formations with substitution packages. A […]

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

Mike Tanier is one of my favorite, and one of the most underrated, NFL writers on the web. Earlier this week he had a brilliant idea that I am now going to rip off, expand, and give a Packers’ slant. Tanier tried to come up with the worst mock draft ever. He did a pretty […]

Packers Re-Sign RB Starks to Two-Year Deal

The Green Bay Packers have re-signed running back James Starks to a two-year contract.  The news broke last night via ESPN’s Adam Schefter (who else?) and his famous Twitter account. Starks had just finished a visit with the Pittsburgh Steelers when he came to terms with the Packers. Starks was a sixth-round draft pick for […]