Packers Stock Report: A Relaxing win over the Bears Edition

So far, the 2014 Green Bay Packers have gone from bad, to pretty good, to really bad, to TAKE THAT CHICAGO BEARS, THE PACKERS ARE BACK, BABY!! In baseball, basketball and hockey, the good teams eventually rise to the top over the course of a long season. In football, the season isn’t that long. There’s […]

Packers 38, Bears 17: Game Balls and Lame Calls

Is everyone relaxed now? A week after their worst offensive performance in years, the Green Bay Packers roared to life and demolished their arch rival Chicago Bears 38-17. Quarterback Aaron Rodgers, who told fans on weekly radio show last Tuesday to “R-E-L-A-X,” led the offense to it’s best performance of the season while the defense shut […]

Cory’s Corner: Aaron Rodgers must trust teammates not named Jordy

Packers fans have been spoiled at the quarterback position for a few years. First it was Brett Favre throwing fastballs while playing through all amounts of pain and now it’s Aaron Rodgers cerebrally reading the field as he surgically cuts up a secondary. But on Sunday, Packers fans saw something they have not seen in […]

Cory’s Corner: Packers’ passing game needs its tight ends

Jordy Nelson put the Packers’ receiving corps on his back in Sunday’s 31-24 comeback win over the Jets. But Green Bay cannot rely on Nelson to come through with 209 receiving yards — good for fourth best in franchise history — every week. The position that would really open things up for other receivers is […]

Packers Stock Report: Beating the J-E-T-S edition

The Green Bay Packers pulled Sunday’s win over the New York Jets out of their you-know-what. Muhammad Wilkerson getting ejected, an untimely timeout (if you’re the Jets), an injury to Eric Decker and Jets’ offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg inexplicably ditching the option and misdirection plays that worked so well for his team in the first […]