Cory Corner: Ted Thompson’s loyalty will pay dividends

Ted Thompson is proving that devotion and dedication mean more than stats. The Packers general manager has stuck to his draft and develop philosophy. He has signed four free agents in Sam Shields, Mike Neal, Andrew Quarless and even B.J. Raji to come back and play their home games at Lambeau Field. I’ve seen and […]

Cory’s Corner: Packers offensive line must be adequate

Many people have been praising the offensive line for two straight solid rushing performances. Granted, the numbers sure do look gaudy. The Packers racked up 139 yards rushing and 5.8 yards a rush against the Redskins. But let’s not forget that the Redskins haven’t exactly been scaring folks on the offensive side of the ball. […]

Packers vs. Redskins – Game Day First Impressions, Unfiltered: GB 38 WAS 20

Green Bay Packers vs. Washington Redskins:  2013 Game 2 Unfiltered game day blog post of comments, observations and first impressions.   GAME NOTES: It’s pouring in Green Bay today. I believe the wet field factored strongly into the Packers’ decision to keep Burnett out one more week. While the Packers face a mobile quarterback for […]

Cory’s Corner: Rodgers’ shoulder chip has been activated

If you want to see fireworks and an Aaron Rodgers light show, then get ready for Sunday afternoon. The Packers are coming off a disappointing loss in San Francisco that saw Rodgers get bear hugged as the final seconds ticked away. The NFL’s best quarterback never got a chance to unleash a 42-yard seed to […]

Packers Periscope: Eyeing the Enemy (Washington)

With the heated battle with the San Francisco 49ers behind them, the Green Bay Packers now move on to their home opener against Washington. Last week, Washington was defeated by the Philadelphia Eagles 33-27 after their late charge fell short.  Washington was down 33-7 at one point after their defense was exhausted by the incredible […]