Cory’s Corner: Replay and sports have symbiotic relationship

Instant replay has become such a large part of the sports vernacular. Thanks to high definition cameras with every inconceivable angle, instant replay is able to capture what the naked eye simply cannot. Now, I must admit, I really do like replay. I think it is always an added bonus when there is an ‘eye in […]

Comparing the Packers Defense to the Juggernauts in Seattle and San Francisco

An email exchange among Jersey Al and the crew during the NFC championship game between the Seahawks and 49ers got me thinking about the Packers defense compared to the two defensive units we saw on the field in Seattle on Sunday. The Seahawks defense is like The Godfather: Tough, gritty, innovative, in-your-face, shocking at […]

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 […]

Another ho-hum Playoff Performance from Packers QB Aaron Rodgers

Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers signed a $110 million contract extension before the 2012 season. In Sunday’s wild-card round playoff loss to the 49ers, Rodgers made a couple of $110 million plays, but didn’t have a $110 million game. The performance was a microcosm of Rodgers’ postseason play since winning Super Bowl XLV. Now before you […]

Packers vs. 49ers – Game Day First Impressions, Unfiltered: GB 20 SF 23

Green Bay Packers vs. San Francisco 49ers:  2013 Wild Card Round Unfiltered game day blog post of comments, observations and first impressions. GAME NOTES: This will be the second meeting this season and the fourth in the last 16 months between the clubs. The Packers visited San Francisco in Week 1 this season, a 34-28 […]