Cory’s Corner: Solidify backup QB job and sign Matt Flynn

Last year proved just how important a backup quarterback is not for just the Packers but for any football team. Having a bona fide star quarterback is an advantage that coach Mike McCarthy may have gotten a little too comfortable with. He got used to the 50-yard rollout passes on a dime and being able […]

Seneca Wallace Green Bay Packers 2013 Evaluation and Report Card

1) Introduction: Brought in to be the necessary Band-Aid if Aaron Rodgers were to go down, Seneca Wallace proved that his skills are vastly diminished without the benefit of quick, scampering legs. His decision was marginal, arm strength OK. During his first start for the Packers in Week 10, Wallace suffered a season-ending groin injury. […]

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 […]

Eagles vs. Packers: Keys to the Game

This week’s game is the only the fourth of its kind in the last 21 seasons for the Green Bay Packers.  Someone new will start at quarterback.  Before Seneca Wallace takes the first snap this week, only Aaron Rodgers, Matt Flynn and Brett Favre have lined up under center for the Packers’ first offensive snap […]

Game Balls and Lame Calls: Bears 27, Packers 20

On top of suffering their third loss of the season, which puts the Green Bay Packers in a three-way atop the NFC North, the team lost its unquestioned leader for at least several weeks. On the game’s first series, Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was sacked by Bears defensive end Shea McClellin. The hit wasn’t violent, […]