One more go round. It’s 10 quick thoughts from the Green Bay Packers’ season-ending defeat at the hands of the Seattle Seahawks. It’s stream of consciousness.
We’ve got 10 quick hitting thoughts on the Green Bay Packers stomping of the Philadelphia Eagles, including Aaron Rodgers’ brilliance and Randall Cobb’s reemergence.
The Green Bay Packers have been experimenting with the 4-3 defense. We’ll call the results mixed, but mostly because guys can’t substitute properly.
Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy is putting in some time on trying to fix the team’s defense. That supposedly will lead to a new “vision” in 2014.
Bad news for those of you who’d like to see Dom Capers or any of the Green Bay Packers other coaches gone. Mike McCarthy says he isn’t shaking things up.
Many of you are clamoring for the Green Bay Packers to fire defensive coordinator Dom Capers, but his players are defending him. And so are we. The fault lies upstairs, people.
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.
Apparently, the Green Bay Packers released Desmond Bishop because they are so “deep” and have so many “athletic” guys. And just listen to how everyone bought in.
Green Bay Packers defensive coordinator Dom Capers has admitted his team didn’t practice the read option before facing the 49ers in the playoffs. Huh?
The Green Bay Packers suck at creating fumbles under Mike McCarthy, it turns out. So they’re working on it this offseason, which means they’ll suck at tackling.
People were pissed when the Green Bay Packers lost to the San Francisco 49ers in the playoffs. They also had some great solutions to fix the team. Here’s a sample.
Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy is appalled. He is appalled with your stupid questions and your shitty attitudes. And Dom Capers is the Packers defensive coordinator until he’s not!
The Green Bay Packers need to find the yin to Mike McCarthy’s yang. As currently constituted the Packers coaching staff lacks the fiery leader they seem to need.
After another disappointing playoff exit and another defensive meltdown, it seems like time for the Green Bay Packers to consider parting ways with Dom Capers.
The Green Bay Packers defense stepped up when the vaunted offense was merely adequate to dominate the Chicago Bears and start to straighten things out in the NFC North, Thursday night.
To steal a line from Denny Green — they are who we thought they are! Actually, the Green Bay Packers are not who we thought they were after a loss at the hands of the San Francisco 49ers.
Green Bay Packers first-round pick Nick Perry has failed to make much of an impact during training camp thus far. So what’s the problem? Apparently, lots of things.
The additions the Green Bay Packers made along the defensive line in the offseason could mean the team will end up playing some 4-3 defense instead of their traditional 3-4.
Much like the highly-decorated Brandon Underwood before him, M.D. Jennings is this year’s OTA star for the Green Bay Packers. Jennings just might have a shot to start though.
The Oakland Raiders will reportedly hire Denver Broncos defensive coordinator Dennis Allen as their next coach, meaning both Winston Moss and Dom Capers will be returning to the Green Bay Packers, at least as of now.