The Donovan McNabb era, which will probably be short lived, started with a thud in Minnesota. McNabb was awful against the San Diego Chargers.
The NFL’s analysts/experts have picked the Green Bay Packers as the top team in the NFL. Normally, we’d ignore such nonsense, but this is a little different. Hit the story to see why.
The Green Bay Packers are the NFL’s second-young team, which has become a trend in the Ted Thompson era. Here’s why, as well as a look at the rest of the NFC North.
Here at Total Packers we know Minnesota Vikings fans are the worst thing about the NFL. The Onion apparently agrees. Check it out.
Everybody hates Brett Favre. That much he knows. If he were to play again, it’s also the only reason he’d do so. But that probably isn’t going to happen.
Former Minnesota Vikings coach and pedophile Brad Childress doesn’t think too much of Randy Moss. Childress decided to take a public shot at Moss today. Real mature.
Minnesota Vikings defensive end Brian Robison, who’s spent four years as a backup, says he’s glad the Green Bay Packers won the Super Bowl last year. Why? Because the Vikings are going to handle the Super Bowl champs this year… hahahahahahaha!
The Green Bay Packers sit atop ESPN’s preseason power rankings, which is very important because that team always goes on to win the Super Bowl. Check out where the rest of the losers in the NFC North came in.
You’ve got to love the NFC North. Outside of Green Bay, it’s populated with a bunch of idiots. The Chicago Bears are run by idiots. Minnesota Vikings players can’t stop getting arrested. In Detroit, they may not be stupid, but we’ll bet the hype died down a little bit today.
We wanted to kill ourselves… wait… no. We’ve found the most brilliant article in the Bleacher Report catalog, which is a gigantic piece of brilliance itself, and it turns out it’s written by a Minnesota Vikings fan. We’ll annotate it for you, since it’s obviously way above any Green Bay Packers fan.
The three teams competing for second place in the NFC North have been working real hard to take home that trophy this offseason. Here are the latest developments from Chicago, Minnesota and Detroit.
Ah, free agency, what an exhausting wench you are. Today, we’ve got three major trades completed, including the one that makes the Eagles the second-best team in the NFC and the Redskins making their usual stupid moves by overpaying some guy who won’t amount to shit.
The Green Bay Packers lost left guard Daryn Colledge today and defensive end Cullen Jenkins and receiver James Jones will likely be off the market before the day is over.
Although teams can’t begin signing free agents until Friday, this is the second day they could negotiate with them. Several clubs took advantage and reached agreements with players. The Green Bay Packers jumped into the fray by reaching an agreement with Mason Crosby. Here are today’s developments that could impact the Packers’ quest to repeat […]
Teams can’t officially sign free agents until Friday, but that didn’t stop several players from agreeing to contracts. That, plus the Minnesota Vikings pursuit of Donovan McNabb and Nnamdi Asomugha’s first suitor.
Minnesota Vikings quarterback Joe Webb is working out with Brett Favre, which means two things — Favre is probably actually retired and Webb will soon be able to throw interceptions with the all-time greats.
Not that anyone needs to help out in this department because it always has a life of its own, but NFL.com’s Gil Brandt has opened the door on the possible return of one Brett Favre… again. Brandt says Favre might be getting the itch again, but this year things are a little different.
MADISON – In what anthropologists and health care professionals are calling an unprecedented and historical breakthrough in medical science, a University of Wisconsin study reported in this week’s Journal of the American Medical Association claims that Green Bay Packer fans have “genetically cultivated –- over a long period of time –- the most significantly diaphanous epidermis […]
Seriously, this is the dumbest thing you’ll see all day… wait, no, all week. Probably all month for that matter. The Minnesota Vikings are trying to get a new stadium. For the most part, no one cares including the fans.
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson was asked several questions about the team’s quarterback situation and struggled to say anything positive about rookie Christian Ponder or default incumbent Joe Webb. Peterson suggests he can’t see Ponder starting when the season opens.