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

Nelson Shines, Packers Beat Jets 31-24

It wasn’t pretty, but the Green Bay Packers found a way to come back to defeat the New York Jets 31-24, despite trailing at one point 21-3. Jordy Nelson stole the show as he had 209 yards on 9 receptions which included a 80 yard touchdown pass from Aaron Rodgers. The Jets scored touchdowns on […]

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

Free Agency Preview

After every season there are numerous free agents and many decisions to be made. Typically the Packers are not very active in free agency, but would rather try and build through the draft. In my opinion, this has worked well offensively, but not as well for the defense. It could be in Green Bay’s best […]

January 2014 by kmataloni

5 Moves Ted Thompson Needs to Make this Offseason

A few days have passed and its full steam ahead towards the offseason for the Green Bay Packers. With twenty players set to become free agents and a handful of positions that need upgrades, this poses to be an eventful summer in Green Bay. Keeping this in mind, lets take a look at the 5 […]

January 2014 by mattk21

Recap: Packers Lose Heartbreaker to 49ers

The Green Bay Packers lost 23-20 to the San Francisco 49ers on a last second field goal Sunday afternoon. The 49ers will now advance to play Carolina next weekend. For the Packers, a busy offseason with many questions has begun. To be completely honest, I am not even surprised the Packers lost the game the […]

January 2014 by kmataloni

Packers @ Bears: Post Game Thoughts

My post game thoughts  after the Packers exciting, come from behind victory over the Bears, 33-28: NFC North Champs!! Honestly, what an amazing game! You couldn’t ask for much more no matter who you were cheering for. That is what rivalry games are all about! You could tell that Aaron Rodgers was a little amped early […]

December 2013 by mattk21

A Christmas Miracle: Rodgers is Back, Packers Poised for Magical Run

It was not quite the twelfth day of Christmas, but it was surely close. A day after Santa delivered gifts to the world, he delivered one more to an MVP quarterback, a historic franchise, and a rabidly hungry fanbase. All three received the news they had most eagerly hoped for: Aaron Rodgers is the Green […]

December 2013 by mgtitletown45

BREAKING: He’s Back! Rodgers to Start Sunday vs Chicago

As Mike McCarthy stated in his press conference this afternoon, Aaron Rodgers has been medically cleared and has been named the starter of this weekends winner take all, NFC North showdown vs the Chicago Bears. Reports were starting to surface this afternoon that multipe sources were stating that Rodgers was to be cleared but nothing was official […]

December 2013 by mattk21