Which Packers Defensive Players Took the Biggest Step Backward in 2011?

Public OpinionView Results Man, this blog has turned into a depressing place this week. Scroll through the titles of the last couple of posts and you’ll see words like “regression” and “loss” mixed with phrases like “it’s over” and “fart in the wind.” It’s probably best to make sure you don’t have any sharp objects […]

2011 Packers Become “A Fart in the Wind” After Disheartening Loss to Giants

It was never supposed to end like this for the 2011 Green Bay Packers. No, Sunday’s 37-20 result wasn’t supposed to happen after the greatest regular season performance in franchise history, a 15-1 mark that can now only be topped with 16-game perfection. It couldn’t have happened after seeing the Packers come out on the […]

Packers vs. Giants: 5 Things to Watch in NFC Divisional Round

The Green Bay Packers (15-1, NFC No. 1) host the New York Giants (10-7, NFC No. 4) Sunday in the NFC’s Divisional Round of the 2012 playoffs. The basics  When: 3:30 CST, Sunday, January 15, 2012. Where: Lambeau Field, Green Bay, WI. TV: FOX; Joe Buck and Troy Aikman on the call, Pam Oliver on the sidelines. Radio: 620 […]

Packers Stock Report: Divisional Playoff Round Edition

Hopefully the Packers didn’t spend their playoff bye week the same way I spent mine: Overeating, overdrinking and overtanning on the beach in Mexico. My cholesterol, blood-alcohol level and waist-line are at all-time highs right now. If I had to play against the Giants on Sunday, they would have to hoist me into a wheelbarrow, push […]

Week 14 Packers Stock Report: Rodgers and Matthews Rising, Peprah and Newhouse Falling

Great win on Sunday for the Packers. A signature win. I’m not sure if I’d call this week’s stock report “great” or “signature,” but nonetheless, here it is: Aaron Rodgers After the first half, I thought this might be the week that Rodgers drops out of the rising category. Boy, than was a dumb thought. […]