Packers’ Fantasy Football Projections

The Green Bay Packers were able to have quite a bit of success last year, which is pretty remarkable considering all the injuries to major players. Most notably, Aaron Rodgers missed seven full games and most of an eighth. If … Continue reading

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Packers looking to toughen up defense?

It appears at least one player on the Packers’ much maligned defense is sick and tired of being called soft. Defensive lineman Mike Daniels made it perfectly clear he’s not going to stand around and let teams punch him in … Continue reading

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Will the defense really be better?

Green Bay Packers’ head coach Mike McCarthy promised the Packers’ defense will be a better unit in 2014 than they have been the last three years when they have flirted with the bottom of the league. The reason they are … Continue reading

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Day two recap

Ted Thompson can spin it as coincidence if he wants, but the Packers clearly were addressing needs in the first two days of the 2014 draft. By taking a wide receiver, defensive tackle and tight end in day two the … Continue reading

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Draft Blog

Draft day is finally here. And the hype machine has reached new levels of madness. I have read probably 100 mock drafts and can never remember seeing them so scrambled. It should be a very interesting first round because I … Continue reading

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Schedule First Take

The Packers schedule on first take looks pretty good. Five of the first eight games on the road, then the bye week and five of eight at home, which I think certainly helps the Packers’ 2015 Super Bowl odds. As … Continue reading

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Thompson shocks the world

Well, the NFL world anyway. Ted Thompson has actually made a splash in free agency. In what is a classic case of “if you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em” defensive end Julius Peppers is now a Packer. The question now … Continue reading

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Packers do the right thing

The Green Bay Packers waited until the last minute but when the market was determined for cornerback Sam Shields, they stepped up to the plate and signed arguably their best defensive player to a long term contract. Shields, along with … Continue reading

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Commitment to excellence? Not in Green Bay

The Green Bay Packers refuse to sign other team’s free agents and now they apparently refuse to sign their own. So much for draft and develop. Today the Packers let one of their most valuable defensive players walk by not … Continue reading

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Super Bowl Blog

5:47 PM: ¬†What a strange start to the Super Bowl. Funny how a safety was the first score of the season back in September and now is the first score in the Super Bowl. Seahawks failed to take real advantage … Continue reading

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