It’s Veterans’ Day and you should take note of that. We’re here to help with servicemen and women representing the Green Bay Packers like a bunch of bosses.
The Green Bay Packers 27-13 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles was ugly. Here’s what we learned and there are even a few bright spots in five more thoughts.
Green Bay Packers general manager Ted Thompson has a unique philosophy on backup quarterbacks — don’t think about Aaron Rodgers getting hurt. Good one.
Is Jonathan Moxon the answer at quarterback for the Green Bay Packers? James Van Der Beek seems to think so. We have our doubts, but something needs to change.
Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy didn’t waste any time naming his starting quarterback for next week. It will be Scott Tolzien whether Seneca Wallace is healthy or not.
Awful is the word of the day because that’s what the Green Bay Packers were in dropping an awful game to an awful Philadelphia Eagles team. Just fucking awful.
Eddie Lacy and James Starks apparently stole their touchdown celebration from Wisconsin Badgers backs James White and Melvin Gordon. It’s all good though.
It’s been a while since someone on the Minnesota Vikings had been arrested. Well, leave it to Jerome Simpson to break that streak. In jail for DWI!
Mike McCarthy is spinning it just right. The Green Bay Packers have an opportunity on Sunday without Aaron Rodgers. An opportunity to show everyone just what they’re made of.
After Friday’s practice, it seems clear the Green Bay Packers will have both Clay Matthews and T.J. Lang on the field on Sunday. Nick Perry, maybe, maybe not.
Greg Jennings had another stellar night for the Minnesota Vikings, but at least his team won. Right, Greg? No. Greg Jennings isn’t happy, so he’s freaking out.
It looks like the Green Bay Packers will be forced to use Marshall Newhouse as their starting right tackle again. Newhouse says he’s going to redeem himself for last week’s awful performance.
The Green Bay Packers will take a look at Matt Flynn after all. The team will reportedly bring him in for a workout. That said, a reunion still seems unlikely.
Here’s the latest video from the It’s Aaron campaign. In this episode, Aaron Rodgers surprises Kelly at the Pabst Theater and she’s totally freaked out.
Clay Matthews’ club. It’s gigantic. Matthews returned to practice this week for the Green Bay Packers after missing four weeks, but he’ll be limited by this.
Seneca Wallace is not Aaron Rodgers. Everyone knows that. Outwardly, the Green Bay Packers say they have confidence in Wallace. Kind of, anyway.
Green Bay Packers vs. Minnesota Vikings on Monday Night Football. Game tied in overtime. Brett Favre to Antonio Freeman, with one of the best catches ever.
Both Clay Matthews and Nick Perry returned to practice for the Green Bay Packers on Wednesday after extended absences. Hopefully, they can bolster a sputtering pass rush.
Seneca Wallace will start at quarterback for the Green Bay Packers this week. That may not inspire much confidence, but at least you can laugh at him. Wallace is Uncle Rico.
Looking back at the Green Bay Packers loss to the Chicago Bears on Monday night, here are five more thoughts or, a bunch of guys who really sucked balls.