Another ho-hum Playoff Performance from Packers Coach Mike McCarthy

After the Green Bay Packers lost to the 49ers in last year’s wild-card round, I was very critical of Aaron Rodgers and his playoff performances since winning Super Bowl XLV. After the Packers meltdown in Sunday’s NFC title game, it’s time to be critical of another prominent figure in the Packers organization for his shortcomings post-Super […]

Super Bowl Odds Update – Packers a 10-1 Bargain

As training camp progressed, I was beginning to get a really good feeling about this Packers team. Now that we’ve seen the Packers first team offense and defense for a few series in pre-season, as rock group Boston once sang, it’s “more than a feeling.” This Packers offense as a whole could be the best we’ve […]

Super Bowl Odds to Consider on a Summer Evening

Fresh into Summer 2014, my thoughts turn not to the escaping the humidity “down the shore” as we say in NJ, or enjoying a sticky, dripping soft serve cone at our favorite ice cream shop. No, my thoughts turn to Super Bowl XLIX and what the Packers odds are to win. Hey, don’t judge… While not an avid […]

John Kuhn’s time is up in Green Bay

He’s got his own cheer and he’s been one of the Packers’ favorites for years. But why in the world are the Packers tinkering with bringing back the eight-year fullback John Kuhn. Don’t get me wrong, it’s not a performance or chemistry issue. Kuhn has done everything that’s been asked of him since he came […]

Ted Thompson Green Bay Packers 2013 Evaluation and Report Card

1) Introduction:  I think the biggest mistake that fans make when criticizing front office personnel like general managers is using the same rubric and time frame as they use for for players.  Take Ted Thompson for instance, whose first pick for the Packers was a quarterback deemed too short with a weak arm when the […]