The good news is Aaron Rodgers is back on the practice field for the Green Bay Packers. The bad news is he isn’t playing this week. Enter Matt Flynn.
Here’s another look at the broadcast of the Green Bay Packers tie with the Minnesota Vikings. We’ve got 10 things you may have hoped you missed. Ayo!
The Green Bay Packers can’t do much right lately, but they’re not getting down. Defensive end Ryan Pickett says this team can still win the Super Bowl. Riiiiiiiight.
The Green Bay Packers look like they won’t have injured quarterback Aaron Rodgers back this week. They need to make a decision between Matt Flynn and Scott Tolzien.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Scott Tolzien didn’t have a lot of highlights on Sunday, but he did have one — this spin move to score the touchdown.
Some NFL players still don’t know how overtime works. Green Bay Packers tight end Andrew Quarless is one of those players. Well, now you know.
We missed this yesterday, but there were chicks wearing bikini tops at the Green Bay Packers game. Yeah, in 20 degree weather. Crazy.
The Green Bay Packers managed to tie the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday. Now that the hangover has worn off, we take a look at five more things from the game.
The Green Bay Packers ran into a tie on Sunday. We still don’t understand it. We’re still drunk. How in the hell did this happen with the Minnesota Vikings?
Are you excited for the Green Bay Packers to face the Minnesota Vikings this week? We sure are! It’s a chance to see two of the worst defenses in the NFL! Here’s how we’re calling it.
The Green Bay Packers have activated Jerel Worthy and Sean Richardson from the physically unable to perform list. Casey Hayward’s season is over.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is a man about town, especially when there’s some good music in town. He played with the Avett Brothers the other day… or something.
It wouldn’t be Green Bay Packers football if half the team wasn’t injured. Should you expect anything less this week? Nope. Here’s the latest M.A.S.H. unit.
Have the Green Bay Packers safeties, Morgan Burnett and M.D. Jennings, played well this season. No they haven’t. Oh, wait, coach Darren Perry says they have.
Jermichael Finley’s career might be over and the Green Bay Packers have to think about looking for his replacement. Is that guy Brandon Bostick? Might be.
The pipeline flows one way. The Minnesota Vikings like to sign up former Green Bay Packers because they can’t develop their own. We rank these scumbags.
The Minnesota Vikings are 2-8. One of their star players has already written off the season, while another says they can still make the playoffs. Of course.
The Green Bay Packers are suffering from an injury epidemic. Cornerback Micah Hyde missed Thursday’s practice, leaving the team very thin in the secondary.
There’s a good reason Green Bay Packers receiver James Jones hasn’t been going off lately. He’s still feeling pain from the knee injury he suffered in week 5.
Randall Cobb is eligible to return from injured reserve on December 10, but he made it sound like that was a long shot on Wednesday. Oh well.