T.J. Lang 2014 Report Card – Packers Player Grades

1) Introduction:┬áT.J. Lang is perhaps one of the most unknown and under-appreciated offensive linemen in the NFL when using his performance as the metric. With this being his┬ásecond season as the starting right guard (he previously started at left guard from 2011-2012), it was his best season as a professional. He has a vicious mean […]

Packers Stock Report: Can’t Beat the Best Edition

There was a period during the Green Bay Packers’ 2009 and 2010 seasons where they couldn’t beat the NFL’s elite. You knew the Packers were good, really good, actually, but they couldn’t get over the hump against the likes of Atlanta, New England or the 2009 Vikings with Brett Favre slinging the ball around. That […]

Cory’s Corner: Time is running out for Derek Sherrod

While the rest of the nation seems affixed to the Aaron Rodgers watch, there is another injury concern that needs more attention. Enter Derek Sherrod. The 6-foot-6, 321-pound offensive lineman came to the Packers with a mountain of promise as the 32nd selection in the 2011 NFL Draft. He was supposed to be the next […]

Packers Stock Report: Time for a win Edition

My two jobs, a newborn baby and extended visits to family hours away from where we live has made it very difficult to write about the Packers this season. The way the Packers are playing also makes it difficult to write about the Packers. I don’t have time to do the in-depth and comprehensive posts […]

Packers Stock Report: Another Defensive Meltdown Edition

I’m fine with Mike McCarthy and Ted Thompson not firing Packers defensive coordinator Dom Capers after yet another defensive meltdown against the Eagles. Would canning Capers and replacing him with a defensive position coach really make the defense tackle better or the safeties cover more ground and pick off a pass here or there? I […]