Cory’s Corner: Packers must hang on to Randall Cobb

If Aaron Rodgers is the heartbeat of the Packers, Randall Cobb is the breath of life. The asking price for Cobb may seem steep, but it’s really not when you compare him to Victor Cruz. Cruz signed a five-year $43 million extension in the summer of 2013. He was coming off his first Pro Bowl […]

Jordy Nelson 2014 Report Card – Packers Player Grades

1) Introduction:  The previous four seasons for Jordy Nelson alternated from bad, to good, to bad, to good. This year the Packers were looking for more consistency from Nelson by having him stay healthy and for him to fully take the reigns of being the number one receiver on the team he had shown he […]

Two Green Bay Packers Named to PFWA ALL-NFL Team

The Professional Football Writers of America (PFWA) announced their ALL-NFL, All-NFC and All-AFC awards today. The Green Bay Packers offense was well represented, as named to the ALL-NFL team were QB Aaron Rodgers and Guard Josh Sitton. The ALL-NFC team naturally included Rodgers and Sitton, while also adding WR Jordy Nelson. No Packers defensive players were […]

How the refs can influence the outcome of Packers vs. Cowboys

What’s been the common theme whenever Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers’ offense struggles? Sometimes pass protection breaks down. Sometimes Rodgers holds the ball too long. Sometimes Mike McCarthy gets pass-happy. Sometimes the Packers lose the turnover battle. All of those things happen…sometimes. But the one thing that always seems to happen when the […]

Cory’s Corner: Do the Packers really want a No. 1 seed?

The Packers have three games left to earn what many consider is a huge necessity heading into the playoffs: a No. 1 seed. But is it really necessary for this team? The main component of the Packers’ gameplan is a consistent and reliable passing attack. Rhythm and timing are huge in the passing game but […]