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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Packers still relevant in some circles

The Green Bay Packers may have had another early exit from the playoffs but that hasn’t stopped some from predicting a quick rebound. Some early sportsbooks have the Packers odds of returning to the Super Bowl next year at 12-1. … Continue reading

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Is draft-and-develop no longer viable?

Coming off yet another early exit from the playoffs, the Green Bay Packers are back to the drawing board.  The Packers have fallen behind the rest of the NFC powers because of their refusal use all of the avenues available … Continue reading

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Game Plan, Special Teams, Spell Defeat

The Green Bay Packers are headed to the offseason thanks in large to their special teams  and conservative play calling by head coach Mike McCarthy to start the game. The Packers pathetic special teams play is nothing new, we’ve seen … Continue reading

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Packers-49ers Game Blog

3:48 PM: Slow start but confidence is high. 3:53 PM:  Kaepernick is picking apart the Packers’ defense. No worries though, we’ll get them in the end. 4:23 PM:  Packers’ offensive game plan is not working but the defense has done … Continue reading

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