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Offense Will Be OK

It’s easy to panic after Sunday night. Heck, you wouldn’t be a fan if you aren’t panicking at least a little after Sunday night. The offense, which hasn’t been good for nearly a year, hit rock bottom in a nationally televised game against a division rival. But as bleak as things may appear, I wouldn’t

What’s Wrong With Rodgers?

It’s been almost a full year since the Green Bay Packers looked like a good offensive team, and during that time I blamed Tom Clements, Edgar Bennett, Alex Van Pelt, Eddie Lacy, Mike McCarthy, Don Barclay, the tight ends, the wide receivers and Heinz Field for the inability to move the ball and score points

Tale Of The Tape: GB vs. JAX

After “studying the tape” (that sounds a heck of a lot better than “turning on the computer”), here are 10 additional thoughts from Sunday’s game against the Jaguars: 1) Damarious Randall was the Packers’ best player on Sunday. The former No. 1 pick from Arizona State was terrific in coverage and more than adequate against

Injuries Could Impact Opener

The Packers won a fake game on Friday night in San Francisco, but suffered three real injuries that could impact the team in the regular season. Chris Banjo and Jayrone Elliott pulled their hamstrings covering kicks and Jason Spriggs played the entire second half with a club on his right hand. The team did not

10 Questions Heading Into Camp

Training camp is only a few days away, and few teams are more stable than Green Bay heading into the 2016 season. General manager Ted Thompson and head coach Mike McCarthy have been together for over a decade, quarterback Aaron Rodgers has been running the offense for nine years and the defensive staff – aside

Free Agency News And Notes

A pretty interesting tweet on Monday morning got obscured by all the hoopla surrounding the signing of Jared Cook. Here’s what USA Today’s Tom Pelissero reported: With Cook, #Packers hit the over on vet FA signings, so they’re likely done. But they’ve been poking around on RBs, including Ronnie Hillman — Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) March 28,

Cook Offers Mixed Bag

The Packers signed Jared Cook to a 1-year deal worth $2.75M on Monday. The ex-Ram can earn an additional $900K in incentives. And while the speedy tight end should help the offense in 2016, as is the case with most free agents who aren’t signed until late March, he comes with plenty of warts –

Cook Well Worth The Gamble

Talk to fans of the Titans and Rams (are there fans of the Titans and Rams?) and you won’t hear a lot of nice things about Jared Cook, the veteran tight end who visited with Green Bay on Monday. Who cares. Those people didn’t have to watch Richard Rodgers consistently turn 3-yard catches into 4-yard

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