Green Bay Packers: Poor Tackling Among CBs Hurt Defense in 2011

It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to look back on the Green Bay Packers 2011 season and identify the obvious reasons for their defensive collapse. Cullen Jenkins was sorely missed at right defensive end, little to no production was received from outside linebacker opposite Clay Matthews and Nick Collins’ season-ending neck injury handicapped the back end. […]

Packers Defense: Identifying Reasons Behind the Unit’s Decline in 2011

Whether you think it is a large-scale problem or not, the Green Bay Packers defense has undeniably taken a step back in 2011. The numbers don’t lie. Just a season ago, the Packers defense finished ranked No. 5 in total yards (309.1/game) and passing yards (194.2/game) and No. 2 in points (15.0/game). Eight games into […]

Comparing Aaron Rodgers in 2011 to Other Great QB Seasons in History

Every positive hyperbole you could possibly think of has been used on Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers and his performance level through seven games in 2011. While there is no doubt that he’s playing at a level above any quarterback in the NFL this season, where does Rodgers’ 2011 season rank historically? We’ll start […]

Packers vs. Vikings: 5 Observations from Green Bay’s 33-27 Win in Minnesota

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was near perfect in throwing for 335 yards and three touchdowns, and his defense made just enough plays to keep Vikings rookie Christian Ponder from pulling off one of the more improbable upsets in the history of the rivalry as Green Bay beat Minnesota, 33-27, Sunday at the Metrodome. […]

Packers vs. Broncos Preview: 5 Things to Watch

The Green Bay Packers (3-0) and Denver Broncos (1-2) face off in Week 4 of the NFL season Sunday. The basics  When: 3:15 CST, Sunday, Oct. 2, 2011 Where: Lambeau Field, Green Bay, WI TV: CBS, Jim Nantz and Phil Simms with the call Radio: 620 AM WTMJ (Milwaukee); Packers Radio Network; Siruis Satellite Radio (Ch. 91) Series: Packers lead, […]