Eddie Lacy has been a limited participant in practice this week because he can’t see. We’re not making that up. We’re chalking it up to pink eye.
It appears the Green Bay Packers will have their starting right tackle, Bryan Bulaga, back on Sunday. Clearing the concussion protocol appears to be a formality.
The unthinkable has happened. The Chicago Bears have benched Jay Cutler, ending perhaps the most glorious run of quarterback play ever. The Season of Cutty! is over.
The Green Bay Packers have already named their playoff captains, which is interesting because they haven’t even made the playoffs yet. This is a message.
Here are the Chicago Bears Christmas carols you always wanted. They touch on some familiar themes. Themes like failure and sadness. ‘Tis the season.
Quarterback Aaron Rodgers is taking the blame for the Green Bay Packers’ loss to the Buffalo Bills. As well he should. He just played the worst game of his career.
This Green Bay Packers license plate pretty much sums up the awesomeness of being a Green Bay Packers fan. Well played, sir or ma’am!
Julius Peppers is an old man by NFL standards. At 34 and with the quarterback sack numbers seemingly dropping, it’s time to ask. Has Peppers hit the wall?
David Diehl is the worst color guy in the NFL. Even worse than Phil Simms. In honor of his failings, here’s his favorite player — Packers tackle Bryan Baluga.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers likes to bone, just not on game day. So says his trollop of a girlfriend, Olivia Munn, who will do anything for attention.
Finally, the Green Bay Packers special teams is ready to turn the corner. That’s because the mastermind that is Shawn Slocum has it all figured out.
The Buffalo Bills outlasted the Green Bay Packers on Sunday and here are 10 quick thoughts about the game, including the truly awful David Diehl, who should never get to call a game again.
The Green Bay Packers lost one of their most original characters when they lost former guard Fuzzy Thurston to cancer this past weekend. So long, big man.
An Aaron Rodgers’ fumble was ruled a safety even though Eddie Lacy recovered it and ran it out of the end zone. Idiotic. Here’s the reason for the rule. The Holy Roller.
The Green Bay Packers really blew it in Buffalo. Their loss to the Bills, which we’re not going to call an upset, has some big picture ramifications. Here are five more thoughts on the game.
The Green Bay Packers dropped a 21-13 decision to the Buffalo Bills in a game that was a comedy of errors. That is, at least for Aaron Rodgers and the Packers.
The Green Bay Packers continued their Saturday trend of tweaking the roster, adding safety Chris Banjo and shutting down linebacker Jamari Lattimore.
The Green Bay Packers will travel to Buffalo to face a not-as-terrible-as-usual Bills team this week. Here’s how we’re picking the game and you may not like it.
The Green Bay Packers will be without cornerback Davon House on Sunday. House has a shoulder injury that appears to be significant. Perhaps even season-ending.
That was Chicago Bears offensive coordinator Aaron Kromer anonymously slamming QB Jay Cutler in the media. And the Bears just managed to get more dysfunctional. Cutty!