Well, that was a barn burner! The Green Bay Packers escaped the Miami Dolphins with a 27-24 win. Here are five more thoughts to put the game in perspective.
Bryan Bulaga is questionable again, which likely means another week of Derek Sherrod at right tackle for the Green Bay Packers. Should you be worried?
The Green Bay Packers got running back Eddie Lacy back from his concussion hiatus on Thursday. That and other injury news.
Right tackle Bryan Bulaga practiced on Wednesday, but looked gimpy doing so. Is he going to go this week? There’s a possibility, it appears.
The news is about as good as it can get for injured Green Bay Packers tackle Bryan Bulaga. He won’t miss an extended period and says he wants to go next week.
Green Bay Packers right tackle Bryan Bulaga reportedly has a sprained MCL. It probably won’t require surgery, but may require more Derek Sherrod, which is really bad news.
Don Barclay started at right tackle for the Green Bay Packers last season. He’ll be replaced there by Bryan Bulaga this season. Right? Well, maybe not. So says Mike McCarthy.
The Green Bay Packers have finally made it official. David Bakhtiari will stay at left tackle and Bryan Bulaga will move back to right. So what becomes of Don Barclay?
Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy confirmed that David Bakhtiari will remain at left tackle when Bryan Bulaga returns. Also, Marshall Newhouse is gone!
After getting a second opinion on his torn ACL, Green Bay Packers left tackle Bryan Bulaga has opted for surgery, ending his season prematurely for the second year in a row.
David Bakhtiari will be the man at left tackle for the Green Bay Packers. The rookie will replace the injured Bryan Bulaga, who’s out for the season.
Bryan Bulaga suffered a knee injury during the Green Bay Packers Family Night scrimmage and the team thinks it could end his season. Turds!
Who’s doing what, who’s back from injury and who’s a no-show for the Green Bay Packers at OTAs? We’ve got those answers and more right here.
Mike McCarthy is mixing things up at OTAs and the Green Bay Packers are responding by getting physical and competing. That seems like a good thing.
The Green Bay Packers are addressing their left tackle position — with right tackle Bryan Bulaga. They’re also moving left guard Josh Sitton. Maybe this will solve all those problems.
Aaron Rodgers isn’t talking about his contract, but he is talking about his offensive linemen. It’s clear who he thinks sucks. Rhymes with Aturday and Ewhouse.
The Green Bay Packers want to improve their offensive line in 2013. Essentially, that will mean finding a way to replace Marshall Newhouse as a starter, according to Mike McCarthy.
In honor of the farce that is Valentine’s Day, we decided to do some research on Green Bay Packers wives and girlfriends. Here’s what we came up with.
Want to know exactly where the Green Bay Packers stand with their 2013 salary cap and how they might create more room? You won’t find more comprehensive analysis than this.
Who were the weak links on the Green Bay Packers offensive line in the 2012? We’re happy to tell you. Here’s what the offensive line stats have to say.