The Packers are still among the NFL’s Elite (if they can stop being so fragile)

I’ve heard all about how the Packers aren’t on the same level as the Seahawks or 49ers. I’ve read the pleas for Ted Thompson to start signing veteran free agents to plug roster holes. I’ve seen the calls for Dom Capers to be fired. I’ve noted the cries for more playmakers on both sides of […]

Game Balls and Lame Calls: Eagles 27, Packers 13

Scott Tolzien played the majority of the game for the Green Bay Packers at quarterback. Scott. Tolzien. To his credit, he was a solid quarterback for the Wisconsin Badgers, but he was, in essence, a puppet carrying out Paul Chryst’s game plan, which relied heavily on a dominant power run game. But in his two […]

Packers vs. Bears will be a battle of the bruised and battered

I know the Packers play the Vikings this week and we shouldn’t be looking ahead to the Nov. 4 Monday Night Football game against the Bears, but I can’t help myself. The number of talented players that might be watching that game from the sideline or on TV because of injuries is staggering. Suddenly, the […]

Packers News: Injury updates on Perry, Jones and Cobb

The Packers left Baltimore with a 19-17 win over the defending Super Bowl champion Ravens, but they lost several core players to injury. Coming into the game, the team was already shorthanded, as they were without outside linebacker Clay Matthews, who suffered a broken hand last week against the Detroit Lions. Perry, filling in for […]

Packers Need a Signature Win to Get Back Over the Mountain

It seems like forever ago when everyone pegged the Packers as the NFL’s next dynasty. It was only natural for people – including many in the Packers organization – to talk about a dynasty after winning Super Bowl XLV. A young team with a budding superstar at quarterback had just won it all with a […]