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Green Bay Packers TV Blackouts in Chicago 2014

For all you Packers fans living in the Chicago area, here is this year’s list of games that will not be shown on TV this season. Chicago is considered an unofficial secondary market, and so any game that does not … Continue reading

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2014 Packer Game Blackouts in the Twin Cities Metro / Western Wisconsin Regions

If you are a Packers fan living in the Twin Cities metro / western Wisconsin regions like I am, I have some bad news for you this year. For the past several years, we have enjoyed an average of only … Continue reading

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Live Blog: Packers Roster Cut To 53

The Packers must cut 22 players by 4 p.m. ET on Saturday 8/30 to reduce their rosters to a maximum of 53 players. Check this page frequently, as we will post updates as the Packers roster cut to 53 unfolds. … Continue reading

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Live Blog: Packers Roster Cut To 75

The Packers must cut 13 players by 4 p.m. ET on Tuesday to reduce their rosters to a maximum of 75 players. The Packers roster cut to 75 will include some tough decisions at the tight end, running back, and … Continue reading

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Starting offense in midseason form

The Green Bay Packers look to be ready for the regular season even if they have only played two games. The Packers’ first string offense looked unstoppable scoring on both of their drives against St. Louis Saturday afternoon. The Packers’ … Continue reading

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Game one in the books

The Green Bay Packers opened their preseason schedule Saturday with a 20-16 loss to the Tennessee Titans in Nashville. Unfortunately bad weather will hinder some evaluations as the first half was played in a downpour. Here are the things 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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Packers Chance For Playoffs In the Stars or Just A Dream?

Will the Packers make the playoffs for the 2013 season? Is it possible? Is the news of the star quarterback returning after seven long weeks, as well as the possibility of the star wide receiver ready to go any day, … Continue reading

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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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Packers-Eagles Game Blog

12:08 PM:  Had a good feeling going into the game today. I am expecting the defense to step it up a notch. They did on the opening drive. They got off the field. 12:24 PM:  McCarthy must be desperate for … Continue reading

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