Cory’s Corner: Vanilla Ted Thompson wins frenetic free agency

This NFL free agency period has been about as active as a koi pond at feeding time. Many teams have been willing to throw life-saving manna at players in the hope that they can spark change. But Packers’ general manager Ted Thompson hasn’t taken any risks. More importantly, he hasn’t reached for anyone. Don’t tell that […]

Green Bay Packers: Black (and Suh) Monday Edition

The Green Bay Packers are division champions for the fourth-straight season after a 30-20 beat down of the Detroit Lions at Lambeau Field on Sunday.  Green Bay finished 8-0 at home this season and did so for the second time in the last four seasons.  The Packers ended the 2014 regular season with a mark […]

Packers 30, Lions 20: Game Balls and Lame Calls

Game Balls QB Aaron Rodgers Before the game started yesterday, all the buzz about the NFL MVP was suddenly around Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt.  After another multiple sack performance along with a safety, many were wondering if Watt could perhaps steal the award away from Rodgers. That talk lasted all but an hour […]

Cory’s Corner: The dirty Detroit Lions need an intervention

This isn’t new territory. A new coach hasn’t changed anything. They’re still the dirty Detroit Lions. Center Dominic Raiola proved on Sunday why he is the most feared and most hated NFL player at the same time. He stepped on the right leg of Chicago defensive lineman Ego Ferguson like it was an empty soda […]

Packers Periscope: Eyeing the Enemy (Lions)

The bye has come and gone already, which means the Green Bay Packers have to gear up for a brutal 13-game stretch to close out the regular season. The Packers needed the off week to regroup from the team’s deflating 34-30 loss in Week 3 against the Cincinnati Bengals as well as to get key […]