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 […]

The Burke Blotter: Why a Losing Season is OK for the Packers

It’s only Week 4 of the NFL season but with the one quarter mark of the 2014 season coming after this weekend, now is the time fans will get either giddy or jittery about their team’s chances. Fans of the Green Bay Packers as of right now definitely fall into the latter category. The Packers […]

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 […]

Cory’s Corner: Stop relying on sponsors and do your job NFL

I realize money makes the world go ’round, but should it also be a moral compass? Adrian Peterson was set to play in Sunday’s game before Radisson Hotels and Anheuser-Busch stepped in. The question is, why does it have to go to those lengths? Commissioner Roger Goodell had the chance to take a stand against […]

The Burke Blotter: The NFL Needs the Green Bay Packers

If someone were to say the National Football league has had a bad past couple of weeks, they would be making the understatement of the century. Multiple domestic abuse indictments and/or accusations along with Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson being charged with child abuse has stained the NFL. The league has gone into a […]