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5 Quick Things: GB vs. TEN

After re-watching Thursday’s game against the Titans, here are five six things worth knowing: 1) The play of inside linebackers Quay Walker and Krys Barnes was a big reason why Derrick Henry averaged only 3.1 yards per carry. The rookie from Georgia was used at defensive end on 18 snaps and did a surprisingly good […]

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5 Quick Things: GB vs. DAL

After re-watching Sunday’s game against the Cowboys, here are five six things worth knowing: 1) It’s no coincidence that the offense finally came to life on an afternoon when Christian Watson gave the Packers a true No. 1 wide receiver for the first time all season. While the rookie from North Dakota State had some […]

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Players & Coaches

Thursday Thoughts: McCarthy’s Return

After the next 17 days, there probably won’t be any fans left who haven’t seen just how far the Packers have fallen with their own eyes. That’s because the NFL’s most disappointing team is scheduled to be on national television three times – on three different networks – between Sunday and November 27. Anyway, here […]

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Snap Judgements: Week 9

After rethinking about Sunday’s game against the Detroit Lions, here are three things worth discussing: 1) Perhaps clocks were set ahead two years instead of back an hour on Sunday morning because Green Bay’s loss to the Lions was what I thought the Packers would look like after Aaron Rodgers was gone and the front […]

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What’s Wrong With The Offense?

Green Bay scored 197 points and averaged 394 yards en route to a 5-1 start in 2020. Two years later, the numbers are 107, 348, and 3-3. So what’s wrong with the offense? Sometimes the right answer is also the most obvious one. These current Packers aren’t nearly as talented, even though six of the […]

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5 Quick Things: GB vs. NYJ

After rewatching Sunday’s game against the New York Giants, here are five six things worth knowing: 1) There’s no question Aaron Rodgers isn’t the player he was a decade ago, but truth be told, age had very little to do with the reigning league MVP’s pedestrian performance against the Jets. Rodgers was under intense pressure on […]

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Snap Judgements: Week 5

After rethinking about Sunday’s game against the Giants, here are three things worth discussing: 1) Once again, the Packers were outsmarted on both sides of the ball. This has been an alarming trend all season. While the defending NFC North champs managed to overcome Matt LaFleur and Joe Barry in Weeks 2, 3, and 4, […]

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Thursday Thoughts: Deja Vu

I like to pick along with the GM during drafts and then see who was right three years later. Looking back at 2019 is very interesting. Gutekunst took Rashan Gary at 12 and traded up for Darnell Savage at 21. I selected a different outside linebacker, Montez Sweat, at 12 and wide receiver A.J. Brown […]

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10 Quick Things: GB vs. MIN

After rewatching Sunday’s game against the Minnesota Vikings, here are 10 things worth knowing: 5 QUICK THINGS 1) Aaron Rodgers didn’t drop a 75-yard touchdown, run the wrong route, or get abused by ZaDarius Smith in pass protection, but like most of his teammates, he wasn’t close to good enough on Sunday. And this criticism […]

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10 Most Important Packers

Green Bay did a commendable job of overcoming injuries to key players last season, but when it mattered most, the team really missed Robert Tonyan, David Bakhtiari, and Elgton Jenkins in the divisional round loss to San Francisco (they also could’ve used a healthy Za’Darius Smith and Jaire Alexander on the final drive of that […]

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