Injury Issues Are Not Exclusive to the Packers

“Woe is us” doesn’t apply to the Green Bay Packers as far as injuries anymore. So far in training camp, the Packers have (reportedly) lost two players to season ending injuries: offensive lineman Don Barclay and wide receiver Jared Abbrederis, both with torn ACLs. While losing depth at both positions is not good, neither one […]

If Packers fans had to pick a Packers Pepper to Perform

Tyler Dunne and Justin Felder asked an interesting question on the last Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel Packers podcast: If Packers fans had to choose, would they pick pass rusher Julius Peppers or trainer Pepper Burruss to have a great season in 2014? The duo never really answered the question, so let’s answer it here. First, some context: […]

Surviving Sunday: Packers News, Notes and Links for the Football Deprived (Bonus Edition)

So yesterday I accidentally scheduled my Surviving Sunday post to run on Saturday. It was a brain freeze similar to what happens when Mike McCarthy calls for the fullback dive on 3rd-and-short. Hopefully you enjoyed your Saturday edition of Surviving Sunday. Now that it actually is Sunday, here is a bonus Sunday edition of Surviving Sunday. Packers […]

The Packers are still among the NFL’s Elite (if they can stop being so fragile)

I’ve heard all about how the Packers aren’t on the same level as the Seahawks or 49ers. I’ve read the pleas for Ted Thompson to start signing veteran free agents to plug roster holes. I’ve seen the calls for Dom Capers to be fired. I’ve noted the cries for more playmakers on both sides of […]

Game Balls and Lame Calls: Eagles 27, Packers 13

Scott Tolzien played the majority of the game for the Green Bay Packers at quarterback. Scott. Tolzien. To his credit, he was a solid quarterback for the Wisconsin Badgers, but he was, in essence, a puppet carrying out Paul Chryst’s game plan, which relied heavily on a dominant power run game. But in his two […]