Author Archives: Kevin Roth

A Case to Bring Back Former Defensive Coordinator Jim Bates

In the past 25 seasons, the Packers’ best season defensively, arguably, was in 2005 under Defensive Coordinator Jim Bates. “In his first year as the Packers’ defensive coordinator, Bates engineered a modest turnaround after Green Bay was ranked 25th in … Continue reading

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Tips for Avoiding Paywalls

If you’re addicted to this site and read tons of Green Bay Packers articles every day like I do, then you will definitely have, at some point, reached your free articles limit at one or more of our sources (which … Continue reading

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Green Bay Packers TV Blackouts in Chicago 2013

I have gotten requests to write up a “blackout” report for the Chicago area, as I have done for the Twin Cities region. So, here are the Packers TV blackouts in Chicago for 2013. Technically the games are not “blacked … Continue reading

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Packers Roster Cut Down To 75

Here is a quick list of roster moves the Packers have made since Friday’s preseason game to bring the roster down to 75: 8/27 – K Zach Ramirez released. S Sean Richardson, T Derek Sherrod, T JC Tretter, DE Jerel Worthy … Continue reading

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2013 Packer Game “Blackouts” in the Twin Cities Metro / Western Wisconsin Regions

As I’ve said in previous seasons, while technically the games are not being “blacked out”, not being able to watch the Packer games in my region feels that way to me, so I apologize if you don’t like my terminology. … Continue reading

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7 Reasons Why Owning Packers “Stock” Is Worth It

I have read several articles of people criticizing the value of Packers stock and how those who spent real money on a share must be out of their minds. I have heard radio DJ’s (on a Green Bay Packers talk … Continue reading

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Packers 2013 Draft Class Video Round-Up

1. Datone Jones, DE, UCLA Highlights Draft Profile 2. Eddie Lacy, RB, Alabama E:60 – Eddie Lacy, Home And Away Highlights 4a. David Bakhtiari, T, Colorado Highlights vs USC (2012) 4b. J.C. Tretter, T, Cornell 2013 NFL Combine Highlights vs … Continue reading

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Last Chance For Mike Neal

As I wrote last December, Mike Neal has certainly fallen well short of expectations in his career with the Green Bay Packers thus far. Before I get into specifics of where I think Mike Neal is headed, I’d like to … Continue reading

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The Night of Football Madness – A Poem by Brittany Rohm

Twas the night of my birthday, when all through the room  There was laughter and joy, no sense of near doom  All but one pal cheered for the great Green and Yellow  And that one Seahawks fan was a brave … Continue reading

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2012 Packers Game “Blackouts” in the Twin Cities Metro / Western Wisconsin Regions

While technically the games are not being “blacked out”, not being able to watch the Packer games in my region feels that way to me, so I apologize if you don’t like my terminology.  To see the rules on which … Continue reading

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