Packers vs. Lions: 5 Instant Observations from Green Bay’s 27-15 Win over Detroit

Aaron Rodgers rebounded from a slow start, James Jones caught his fifth touchdown pass and the defense played arguably its finest game of 2011 season as the Green Bay Packers took down the Detroit Lions, 27-15, on Thursday at Ford Field. Here are five observations from the game: 1. Defense states their case On a […]

Packers vs. Lions: 10 Quick Things to Watch, Score Prediction

The Green Bay Packers (10-0) travel to Detroit to take on the Lions (7-3) Thursday. The following 10 are things you should watch during the first Thanksgiving contest between the two teams since 2007: 1. Right side of the offensive line A lot of the talk on Thursday will be about right guard Josh Sitton […]

2011 NFL Season Week 12: Green Bay Packers vs Detroit Lions Preview: A Bump In The Road To Perfection?

It’s finally here. The game Packer fans have circled since the Green Bay Packers ‘ season began. Detroit Lions. Ford Field. Thanksgiving. As the Packers knocked off opponent after opponent, fans kept glancing nervously at the schedule each week. Now the game is finally here. Will the dream run continue or does the magic end […]

Green Bay Packers 2010 Player Evaluations — Offense — Josh Sitton

As a fourth round draft pick in 2008, Josh Sitton actually had high prospects of starting at right guard his rookie season. Unfortunately, a preseason knee injury sidelined him, and he was replaced by Tony Moll. Sitton only ended up starting two games that season. Fast forward one year, and he swiftly becomes possibly the best player on the offensive line. Josh Sitton was the only Packers offensive lineman to open every game at just one position in 2009. He also played all 1,093 snaps on offense, the only player on either side of the ball to not miss a snap with his unit. In 2010, the NFL Alumni Association named Sitton Offensive Lineman of the Year.