Posts tagged Philadelphia Eagles

It’s Time Aaron Rodgers Entered The MVP Conversation

Aaron Rodgers

It would be a lot easier to make this argument if the Green Bay Packers had beaten the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday, but it’s nonetheless time Aaron Rodgers entered the MVP conversation. Rodgers has been nothing short of spectacular over the Packers’ last three games. In fact, he’s carried a Packers offense that has little-to-no […]

PETA: Lambeau Field Is Third Most Vegetarian-Friendly

PETA has released their annual list of the most vegetarian-friendly stadiums in the NFL and Lambeau Field is ranked third. Lambeau ranked third last season, as well, which we’ve always found strange, considering it’s located dead center in the land of bratwurst, deer hunting, beer swilling and heart attacks. However, Lambeau offers a variety of […]

Packers Not Exactly Dominant In Season-Opening Win

Kevin Kolb

Maybe it’s time to table the Green Bay Packers Super Bowl talk for a bit. The defense, led by linebacker Clay Matthews, was the biggest reason the Packers were able to escape Philadelphia with a 27-20 win over the Eagles. Quarterback Aaron Rodgers and the Packers offense wasn’t close to firing on all cylinders, but […]

Predictions: Packers vs. Eagles

Sarah: The 2010 Philadelphia Eagles are one of Andy Reid’s most unpredictable teams. Kevin Kolb is replacing Donovan McNabb at quarterback, LeSean McCoy is stepping in for Brian Westbrook at running back and Brandon Graham is filling in the gap left by Juqua Parker at defensive end. The list could go on. In short, there’s […]

Underwood Out, Neal And Bishop May Not Go Sunday

The Friday injury report essentially determines who will play and who won’t on Sunday in the NFL. For the Green Bay Packers, cornerback Brandon Underwood has officially been ruled out and defensive end Mike Neal and linebacker Desmond Bishop are questionable. The good news is the Packers will have all their starters on the field. […]

Let’s Get The Important Stuff About The Eagles Out Of The Way

The Green Bay Packers open against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday, so I thought we should get the important stuff out of the way. Namely, the Philadelphia Eagles cheerleaders. I’ve never known Philadelphia for having an abundance of hot broads, but somehow, year after year, the Eagles put together a smokin’ squad of cheerleaders. So, […]

New Throwbacks – Whose Is Best?

Packers throwbacks

We showed you the Green Bay Packers’ new throwback uniforms, a modified version of the team’s 1929 uniforms, which they’ll wear for one or two games TBD during the 2010 season. The Packers aren’t alone in joining the throwback craze in 2010, though. The Chicago Bears and Philadelphia Eagles will also join the trend. The […]

Packers Trade Up For Georgia Tech Safety In Third Round

The Green Bay Packers did something sensible in the third round of the NFL Draft and traded up to pick No. 71 to nab Georgia Tech safety Morgan Burnett. The pick was acquired from the Philadelphia Eagles for the Packers’ third (No. 86) and fourth-round (No. 122) picks. The Packers next pick is in round […]

2010 Green Bay Packers’ Schedule Released

Tom Brady

The 2010 Green Bay Packers’ schedule is highlighted by one Monday night game and three Sunday night games. The Packers will face the the Bears in Chicago on Monday, Sept. 27. The Sunday night games are Oct. 24 vs. the Vikings at Lambeau Field, Nov. 7 vs. the Cowboys at Lambeau Field, and Dec. 29 […]

Packers Could Trade Up And Who They Might Land

Eric Berry

One thing we haven’t discussed in relation to this week’s NFL Draft is the possibility of the Green Bay Packers trading up. The reason we haven’t discussed it is because Packers’ general manager Ted Thompson has only traded up twice in his five years on the job. He did, of course, move up last year […]

Packers Looking At Brian Westbrook

Brian Westbrook

A day after we told you the Green Bay Packers were looking at running backs in the early rounds of the draft, it looks like they’ve expanded that search to the free agent scrap heap as well. Greg Bedard reported today, the Packers are kicking the tires on former Philadelphia Eagles’ starter Brian Westbrook. Though […]

McNabb To Vikings Still Possible, But Doesn’t Seem Likely

Donovan McNabb

We first mentioned the possibility of Philadelphia Eagles’ quarterback Donovan McNabb becoming a member of the Minnesota Vikings back in January and now the rumor is flying around again. The Eagles have reportedly been discussing potential McNabb trade scenarios because they have a wealth of signal callers. In addition to McNabb, the Eagles have Kevin […]

Day Two Free Agency Update

Aaron Kampman

Although it will be quieter today than it was yesterday, we’ll again keep running updates throughout the day with the latest news at the top of the page. Check out the day one free agent rundown here. ———- OK, the Aaron Kampman saga continues to get weirder. The Eagles have refuted the report below that […]

Day One Free Agency Update

We’re going to update this post throughout the day simply because there already is a lot going on and there will be a lot more in the free for all known as NFL free agency. The most recent news will be at the top. ———- Safety Antrel Rolle was the last big signing of the […]

Were the Packers Successful in the Last Decade?

Lambeau Leap

There are many ways to measure success in the NFL – regular season wins, division championships, Super Bowl titles, playoff wins, etc. You could look at any number of those things and come away with the conclusion that the Green Bay Packers were successful in the 00s. For example, the Packers averaged 9.5 wins per […]

Vikings May Make Run At Donovan McNabb

Donovan McNabb

Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb’s days in the city of brotherly love have seemingly been numbered for years, but there are indications the Eagles may actually be looking to move him this offseason. If they do, one very possible destination is Minnesota, where the Vikings have put themselves smack in the middle of The Third […]

No Love For Mike McCarthy

Mike McCarthy

Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy got no love in the NFL Coach of the Year race, despite some speculation that he might. As we predicted, the Cincinnati Bengals’ Marvin Lewis ran away with the award. McCarthy finished… well, he didn’t get any votes, so he didn’t really finish anywhere. Oddly enough… or perhaps not […]

Packers Defensive Line Will Win Super Bowl

The statement alone is preposterous – the Green Bay Packers defensive line will lead the team to a Super Bowl title – but the statistics back it up. We’re talking about the Defensive Hog Index, developed by Cold Hard Football Facts. The Green Bay Packers rank first this season and that’s significant because, since it’s […]

NFC Playoff Scenarios Abound Entering the Final Week

Devin Aromashodu and Bears have muddied up the playoff picture

After the Chicago Bears 36-30 win over the once-thought-to-be-indestructible Minnesota Vikings last night, there are plenty of playoff scenarios that could play out on the final week of the season. We know two things for sure. First, the six teams in the playoffs are the New Orleans Saints, Minnesota Vikings, Philadelphia Eagles, Arizona Cardinals, Green […]

Packers Probably Playing Cardinals Twice in a Row

This will make for an interesting week. The Green Bay Packers, based on current playoff probabilities, will likely be playing the Arizona Cardinals in Phoenix two weeks in a row. The Packers, of course, finish up the regular season in Arizona this week. While it’s possible there could be something to play for, in all […]