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Players & Coaches

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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Previews & Reviews

10 Quick Things: GB vs. CHI

After rewatching Sunday night’s game against the Chicago Bears, here are 10 things worth knowing: 5 QUICK THINGS 1) If AJ Dillon is ever going to be a legit No. 1 running back, he needs to do a better job of making tacklers miss. The bruising third-year pro should’ve averaged more than 3.4 yards per […]

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Players & Coaches

Third-Round Woes Continue

There are three reasons why nobody should be surprised that rookie offensive lineman Sean Rhyan is having a very disappointing training camp. The first is that he’s one of the youngest players in the NFL at 21. The second is that he’s transitioning from left tackle to right guard, a position he had never played […]

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Previews & Reviews

10 Quick Things: GB vs. SF

After rewatching Friday night’s 28-21 loss to the San Francisco 49ers, here are 10 things worth knowing: 5 QUICK THINGS 1) How low has the bar been set for Jordan Love? Matt LaFleur praised his first half of work against the 49ers, as did most of the sycophantic local media. In reality, it was yet […]

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Players & Coaches

5 Quick Things: Watson Update

The Packers held their fifth practice of training camp earlier today. Here are the five most newsworthy items from August 1: 1) Matt LaFleur admitted on Monday that he doesn’t know when Christian Watson will be able to begin practicing, but as expected, the fourth-year head coach is staying positive. “It’s tough because there’s nothing […]

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Players & Coaches

Monday Musings: Bad Returns

It’s hard to believe that come Sunday evening in Los Angeles, the Bengals will have played in as many Super Bowls as the Packers in the last half century. That’s a reminder of two things – Cincinnati was pretty darn good in the 80s, and Green Bay hasn’t come close to taking full advantage of […]

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Players Players & Coaches

Midseason Rookie Report Card

After a rookie class that barely contributed in 2020, the Packers needed more from the nine players who were drafted in April. They’ve got just that, and it’s a big reason why a team battered by injuries has still been able to post the league’s second-best record at midseason. The following is an analysis of […]

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Previews & Reviews

10 Quick Things: GB vs. SF

After rewatching Sunday night’s game against the 49ers, here are 10 things worth knowing:   OFFENSE 1) It’s understandable why Aaron Rodgers is always looking to get the ball to Davante Adams, but 18 targets is a lot, especially when you consider that no other player was thrown to more than four times. In fact, […]

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Off The Field

Thursday Thoughts: Honoring Ted

On Wednesday, the Pro Football Hall of Fame unveiled its modern-era nominees for the Class of 2022, and nobody is more deserving than former Green Bay strong safety LeRoy Butler, the only player from the 1990s All-Decade team not to be enshrined in Canton. I have absolutely no faith in the voters, but maybe they’ll […]

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Players

Ranking The Rookies: Offense

The Green Bay Packers came into last month’s draft needing help at wide receiver and the offensive line, and general manager Brian Gutekunst addressed both positions by the end of the third round. Unlike a year ago when quarterback Jordan Love, running back A.J. Dillon, and fullback/tight end Josiah Deguara were picked with an eye […]

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