Cory’s Corner: Criticize Mike McCarthy not Dom Capers

Now that you’ve all had some time to thaw out after watching Phil Dawson put this season’s hopes and dreams on ice, it’s time to reflect on what just happened. First of all, Mike McCarthy needs to get the lion’s share of criticism. He is under contract through the 2015 season at roughly $5 million […]

Cory’s Corner: Eddie Lacy deserves Rookie of the Year

If there was a tinge of doubt before, there shouldn’t be any now. And no, I’m talking about Aaron Rodgers or Randall Cobb returning from injury — which by the way, was amazing. I’m talking about handing Eddie Lacy the offensive rookie of the year. It should be all his, no questions asked. He shrugged […]

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 […]

Cory’s Corner: Packers’ 12 Days of Christmas

On the first day of Christmas, the Packers gave to me Aaron Rodgers on the field to see. On the second day of Christmas, the Packers gave to me two offensive linemen and Aaron Rodgers on the field to see. On the third day of Christmas, the Packers gave to me three Festy Burgers, two […]

Cory’s Corner: Key to future NFL safety lies in its past

Perhaps now the NFL will realize it has a problem. Rob Gronkowski, arguably the best tight end by far when he’s healthy, had his season cut short when he tore his ACL and MCL in his right knee. Many people will blame Browns safety T.J. Ward for the hit on Gronk’s knees but NFL players […]