Lacy Scores Twice, Defense Dominates in 42-10 Blowout

Dominating! There are a few words that could be used to describe the Packers 42-10 victory over the Vikings tonight on Thursday Night Football, but dominating may be the most appropriate. In every facet, the Packers were the better team on the field as they sprinted ahead 42-0 and never had to look back. The defense sacked Christian Ponder 6 times as well as picked […]

October 2014 by mattk21

Packers vs Vikings: 5 Key’s to Victory

The Packers offense came to play last Sunday in a 38-17 win over the rival Chicago Bears moving them into a 3-way tie for 2nd in the division at 2-2. For the 3rd week in a row the Packers will play a division opponent but this time they will be in the comforts of Lambeau […]

October 2014 by mattk21

What’s Going on with the Packers Running Game?

Balance is something that all NFL teams strive for on offense. Establish the run to help set up the passing game, use the passing game to help establish the run. A team doesn’t have to have a perfect 50/50 split to accomplish their goals of staying balanced, just stay committed to both aspects and good […]

September 2014 by mattk21

Eddie Lacy Cleared to Play Sunday

Having a longer layoff between Week 1 to Week 2 payed dividends, as it appears that Eddie Lacy will be active Sunday. He has passed all of the concussion protocols to be cleared, per Mike McCarthy at his Thurday press conference. While he is listed as probable as of Friday mornings injury report, all signs point […]

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

NFL Draft Day 1

The Green Bay Packers selected Alabama Safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix with the 21st overall pick in the NFL Draft last night. This addresses a position where the Packers desperately needed help. Safety, Calvin Pryor from Louisville would have been the ideal pick here but the New York Jets took him with the 16th selection. The […]

May 2014 by kmataloni

Free Agency Update: Packers Sign Veteran Julius Peppers

This morning, Josina Anderson of ESPN reported that the Packers agreed to a deal with former Chicago Bear Julius Peppers worth up to $30 million over 3 years. While Julius has been very successful in the past, going to eight Pro Bowls, people have to remember that he is 34 years old. It would be […]

March 2014 by kmataloni

Report: Packers Re-Sign Sam Shields

A few hours ago, ESPN Insider, Adam Schefter Tweeted that the Green Bay Packers had closed a deal with Sam Shields that was worth $39 million over four years, including a $12.5 million signing bonus. Packers beat reporter, Tom Silverstein was able to confirm this deal on Twitter. Shields was one of the more talked […]

March 2014 by kmataloni

Free Agency Part Three: Will Packers Re-sign Sam Shields?

The Packers have two promising young players at cornerback in Casey Hayward and Sam Shields. Hayward was hindered by a hamstring injury for all but three games this season. Both Hayward and Shields have proven to be playmakers for the Packers defense. I think they sometimes get underappreciated due to the lack of pass-rush allowing […]

February 2014 by kmataloni