Ticket Prices Reflect Demand For Packers-Seahawks With Super Bowl on Line

The Green Bay Packers may have been undefeated at home this year, but Seattle is widely considered the toughest play in the NFL to play. The Pack will have to contend with the 12th man as they face the defending Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks with a chance to earn a trip to Super Bowl XLIX […]

January 2015 by Joe Sudberg

NFL Week 2 Predictions

Pittsburgh at Baltimore kicks off Week 2 of the NFL Season tonight so here are my predictions for this week’s game. Make sure to check back weekly on Thursdays for my weekly predictions as well as my Packers prediction for the week. (Winner in italics) Thursday Night Football Pittsburgh Steelers (1-0) @ Baltimore Ravens (0-1) –>  Pittsburgh 23 […]

September 2014 by mattk21

Trouble in the Trenches

  Defensive Line Woes All eyes are on the offensive and defensive lines in Green Bay right now.  After signing a one-year $4 million contract during the offseason, Packers nose-tackle B.J. Raji suffered a torn bicep in Green Bay’s 31-21 preseason victory over the Oakland Raiders.  Initially signing the contract in order to prove to […]

August 2014 by Brandon Moffet

Packers vs 49ers: Post Game Thoughts

My thoughts on the Packers  23-20 loss to the 49ers in the first round of the playoffs This was heartbreaking. Unlike other losses where I may be upset, after Phil Dawson made the kick, I just dropped my head as the realization the season was over hit me. Dom Capers called a helluva game. I […]

January 2014 by mattk21

Finley Has One Foot Out the Door

This week, Jermichael Finley told reporters that if he was asked to, he would not take a pay cut to help the Packers. Finley still has one year left on his deal, and recently said that although the Packers have not contacted him about the possibility of restructuring his contract, he did say that if […]

March 2013 by chrbro

Packers Go Back to College

This past week, the Packers took part in an unusual activity to prepare themselves for next season. In hopes of learning to better defend the read-option attack that San Francisco used to torch them for 579 yards in the NFC Playoffs. The coaches decided to go to Texas A&M to learn from a school that […]

February 2013 by chrbro

Packers Part Ways With Woodson

For the first time in eight seasons, the Packers faithful will no longer be able to call Charles Woodson one of their own. After a season where Woodson missed most of the games with a broken collarbone, the Packers made the decision to release the 36 year old future hall of famer, with the intention […]

February 2013 by chrbro

Finley Could Be Gone Too

After learning that the Green Bay Packers’ wide receivers corps could look very different next year, everyone now learned that Jermichael Finley is “50/50” in terms of him returning to Green Bay or going elsewhere. He understands the nature of the business is that if the team feels that he is making too much money […]

February 2013 by chrbro

Expect to see New WRs

Two big stories emerged this week regarding the Green Bay Packers, and both were concerning their wide receiver corps. First, all time leading receiver Donald Driver announced that he would be retiring, closing the book on 14 seasons with the team. Like former wide receiver Hines Ward, he decided that he would rather retire as […]

February 2013 by chrbro

Saturday to Retire on Sunday

All has been quiet on the Packers front since their exit in the second round of the playoffs, but now pro bowl center Jeff Saturday has announced his retirement. Saturday has played fourteen seasons in the NFL, 13 for the Indianapolis Colts before signing as a free agent with Green Bay this past offseason. Though […]

January 2013 by chrbro