In 2012, the position group that suffered the most was by far the linebacker corps. If you compare this season’s final roster to last year’s, the differences are striking. Clay Matthews and A.J. Hawk didn’t go anywhere, despite Matthews missing a few games; however, the losses of Desmond Bishop and D.J. Smith were huge.
The Packers season is over. They got smoked by the 49ers in the NFL playoffs on Saturday night. I’m sick of writing about it. I’m sick of talking about it. I’m sick of thinking about it. On to the stock report: Rising Sam Shields The combination of Shields getting healthy and realizing he’s a restricted […]
Before you read further, I want to make one thing clear: This post is not a defense of Packers defensive coordinator Dom Capers. After the Packers got shredded for almost 600 yards on Saturday night, Capers cannot be defended. Go ahead and call for Capers’ firing and criticize him all you want. He deserves it. […]
So Packers vs. Vikings part II with a definite part III coming up. Again, if there is any play in particular you would like to see my analyze, please leave comments below. As for this week I’ve decided to take a look at one of the times where quarterback Christian Ponder was able to beat […]
I’m writing this week’s Packers stock report while watching the Seahawks destroy the 49ers. After the Seahawks went up 14-0, my wife said that she hopes the Packers do not have to play the Seahawks in the playoffs. I threatened to take back her Christmas present for uttering such nonsense. I want to play the […]