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05/23/2018

Nick Perry

Who’s Defensive POY?

There’s no doubt Aaron Rodgers is Green Bay’s most valuable player. Heck, he’ll probably finish in the top 5 when the NFL announces its MVP in February. The offensive player of the year – if you take 12 out of the equation – is either David Bakhtiari or Jordy Nelson. And the rookie of the

Packers Keep Hope Alive

It wasn’t pretty, but the Packers did what they had to do on Sunday at Lambeau Field. A 21-13 win over Houston evened their record at 6-6 and guaranteed at least one more meaningful game in a season that has been a struggle from the start. As has often been the case throughout the past

Looking Ahead To Free Agency

With Eddie Lacy, Nick Perry and 40% of the starting offensive line due to become unrestricted free agents next March, general manager Ted Thompson could be facing his most challenging offseason since the Summer of Favre in 2008. It’s not even Thanksgiving yet, so things can and obviously will change in the next four months, but

Tale Of The Tape: GB vs. ATL

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 Falcons: —Aaron Rodgers looked great on Sunday; he looked even better on Tuesday. Watching the All-22 tape made me realize just how special the veteran quarterback was against Atlanta. Minus his

Tale Of The Tape: GB vs. CHI

After “studying the tape” (that sounds a heck of a lot better than “turning on the computer”), here are 10 additional thoughts from Thursday’s game against the Bears: —Last Thursday was the Ty Montgomery show. Forget for a minute the 10 catches for 66 yards. The second-year player also contributed 60 yards on nine carries. That would

Best At The Bye

The Packers played only 3 games prior to their bye, and while things will obviously change between now and January, here are the 10 best players as of today: 1. Mike Daniels – The veteran defensive lineman was named the team’s MVP last season, and he’s well on his way to going back-to-back. He’s the main

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

Now Or Never For Nick

People continue to be amazed by a 36-year-old who’s still playing good football, but here’s a little secret – Julius Peppers wasn’t the best outside linebacker on the Packers last season. Despite playing with a sore shoulder and a broken hand, Nick Perry was much tougher against the run, and he wasn’t all that inferior

Breaking Down Perry’s Deal

The Packers signed outside linebacker Nick Perry to a 1-year deal worth $5 million on Thursday night. Here’s a quick look at the pros and the cons of this transaction: PROS -The Packers kept a talented young player. The 25-year-old is the best run defender among the linebackers. He’s strong enough to hold the point

Packers Rediscover Their Mojo

After sleeping for the better part of the past three months, the Packers’ offense picked the perfect time to wake up. Aaron Rodgers threw a pair of touchdowns, Eddie Lacy averaged over five yards per carry and James Jones caught seven passes in a convincing 35-18 wild-card playoff win over the NFC East champion Redskins. While

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