Charles Woodson will not replace Casey Hayward in the Green Bay Packers nickel package against the Minnesota Vikings. Instead, he’ll remain at safety, which makes perfect sense.
The Green Bay Packers and Minnesota Vikings haven’t played each other with so much on the line in longer than we can remember, so we talked some shit with Purple Jesus Diaries.
The Green Bay Packers now have two capable return men in Randall Cobb and Jeremy Ross. So who’s their go-to guy? They’re not telling, but we are.
Adrian Peterson is pretty much the entire Minnesota Vikings team and he knows it. Peterson has requested to return kicks and get on the field goal block unit against the Green Bay Packers.
The Green Bay Packers will play the rest of their games this season without defensive end Jerel Worthy. Will the loss hurt them? We have our doubts.
Some people were surprised the Chicago Bears fired Lovie Smith. Those people do not reside in the state of Illinois, a disparity of opinion that amuses us.
The Chicago Bears need a new coach and they may be trying to poach Green Bay Packers offensive coordinator Tom Clements to fill that position.
The Green Bay Packers will have Charles Woodson back in the secondary for their third game with the Minnesota Vikings. Woodson has missed nine games with a broken collarbone.
01/01/2013 - 1:26 pm
Tags: A.J. Hawk, Aaron Rodgers, Casey Hayward, Don Barclay, Green Bay Packers, James Jones, Mason Crosby, Randall Cobb, Ryan Pickett
Posted in A.J. Hawk, Aaron Rodgers, Casey Hayward, Don Barclay, James Jones, Mason Crosby, Randall Cobb, Ryan Pickett | 9 comments
We look back at the Green Bay Packers 2012 season, hand out some awards and choose the best and worst players, games and plays.
The Green Bay Packers sat receiver Randall Cobb against the Minnesota Vikings in week 17. He won’t be sitting this week, but his role may be different.
When the Green Bay Packers lose to the Minnesota Vikings, we name names. Here are the assholes who were responsible, as well as a few more thoughts on the game.
The Chicago Bears will be sucking ass with a new coach next season. The Bears canned Lovie Smith this morning after missing the playoffs for the second straight season.
The Green Bay Packers pissed away the No. 2 seed in the NFC and in the process let the Minnesota Vikings into the playoffs. This is where we point fingers.
12/30/2012 - 7:00 am
Tags: Cheryl Kalil, Chicago Bears, Danielle Kalil, Destiny Newton, Detroit Lions, Green Bay Packers, Jenny McCarthy, Kelly Hall, Lacey Minchew, Larisa Fraser, Marisol González, Mikaelaa West, Minnesota Vikings, Peta Murgatroyd, Samantha Steele
Posted in broads | 4 comments
We’re rounding up all that was good in 2012 and we’re starting with our favorite thing next to the Green Bay Packers — beautiful women. Here’s 2012 in (mostly) Packers broads.
A late-season Green Bay Packers game against the Minnesota Vikings that actually means something? This one’s got plenty of implications for the playoffs and the record book.
12/29/2012 - 9:35 am
Tags: Green Bay Packers
Posted in schedule | 16 comments
The Green Bay Packers will get a heavy dose of the NFC East and AFC East, along with a couple division winners in 2013. Here’s where they’ll play them.
It looks like there’s a good chance the Green Bay Packers will have receiver and return man Randall Cobb when they face the Minnesota Vikings this weekend.
The Chicago Bears need the Green Bay Packers to win on Sunday to make the playoffs, but that doesn’t mean Brandon Marshall will be cheering for the Packers.
It hurts to admit this, but we might as well get it out of the way — Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson is the NFL MVP. Anyone suggesting otherwise is a moron.
Green Bay Packers center Jeff Saturday is a Pro Bowler… even though he’s no longer a starter. It looks like Saturday thinks about as much of his selection as we did.