Cory’s Corner: Goodell needs to make an example of Incognito

First it was Michael Vick. Then along came Riley Cooper. Now we have Richie Incognito. I know Roger Goodell has been labeled as a sheriff in the wild, wild west to some for his way of doling out punishments. But apparently, he needs to go in a few notches on his law belt. When the […]

Packers Periscope: Week 10 vs. Philadelphia Eagles

The Past Last time these two teams met was in the NFC wildcard game in 2010.  However, the Packers got to experience the beast that they themselves had created; during the season opener Clay Matthews III knocked out starting quarterback Kevin Kolb with a concussion, which paved the way for the resurgence of Michael Vick, […]

Dirty Birds: How The Philadelphia Eagles Have Set The Stage For A Packers Encore

Thanks to the big splashes made by the Eagles in free agency, the Packers are now in an ideal situation with everyone fawning and drooling over what Andy Reid and company have accomplished in such a short period of time. As crazy as it sounds, the Packers now have the element of surprise in their corner and they are (it bears repeating) THE DEFENDING WORLD CHAMPIONS.

The 10 Biggest Moments of the Packers’ 2010 Super Bowl Season

Nothing could ever tarnish the Green Bay Packers’ 2010 Super Bowl win, but does anyone else get the feeling that the NFL lockout has taken a little of the shine off? In an offseason where most of the talk should be about the Packers chances of repeating as football champions, the news is littered with […]

How Did We Get Here Revisited: 5 Plays Responsible for the Green Bay Packers’ Late-Season Surge

Back in December I wrote about the five plays that best highlighted why the Green Bay Packers were 8-6 and fighting for a playoff spot. Many of us thought the Packers should have been 10-4 and thinking about a first-round bye, but a few notable blunders and miscues left our favorite team on the brink of mediocrity.