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On the eve of the Green Bay Packers first regular season game of the 2013 NFL season against the team many believe will not only be the NFC representative in the Super Bowl but its winner, the San Francisco 49ers, we take a look ahead to the entire season.Now, unlike some bloggers and pundits who will analyze every game and give you their win-lose score for each of the upcoming 16 games, yours truly takes a different approach. One which has served well over the past seasons. We break the season down by quarters and see how things could go. Each season has an ebb and flow to it based upon more than just the opponent. There's also the overall schedule to consider, the order in which a particular team will appear as the opponent, who the Packers play away and who the team plays at home. That sort of thing.Now, do I take a look at all sorts of stats to arrive at my prediction? Nope. Don't have time to do that. Nor the inclination. This prediction is far less science than art...a...
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A fan tragically fell to his death at San Francisco's Candlestick Park during the 49ers vs. Green Bay Packers game on Sunday.
“In Ted We Trust.”
This phrase has become part of every Packers fan’s lingo.
Posters have been made in it’s honor:
Even T shirts have been made promoting this belief:
It is a great phrase, perfectly capturing what every Packers fan should do at all times-trust the person in charge of football operations to make the best decisions regarding football operations...
The Green Bay Packers released their first injury report of the season and they will enter the season surprisingly healthy. They take on the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday, and will only be missing a few players.
Cornerback Jarrett Bush, who has been ailing from an ankle injury, was limited in practice but is probable to play in the season opener. Safety Morgan Burnett (hamstring...
Five things we learned from the Green Bay Packers' 34-28 loss to the San Francisco 49ers in Week 1 of the 2013 regular season:
1. 49ers are just a better team than the Packers right now
Let's start with the most obvious takeaway from this game: The 49ers are better than the Packers right now. This was true last season, as well, so it shouldn't be too surprising to those...
There was a lot of noise leading up to the game about Clay Matthews saying the Packers wanted to hit Colin Kaepernick. That produced a controversy that seemed mostly contrived because most teams would prefer to punish the opposition’s quarterback. But now that dumb controversy gets validation because Clay Matthews committed a way late launching hit on Colin Kaepernick out of bounds...
You got to give it to the folks handling the creative for State Farm, as they have done a great job for the past couple years using Aaron Rodgers in their TV spots. The latest to drop is Aaron Rodgers sitting between the famous Chicago Superfans from SNL. Da Bears…
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Green Bay Packers defensive coordinator Dom Capers and his fellow coaches went back to school after the team's ugly loss to San Francisco in the playoffs last season.
The Green Bay Packers found a way to keep Colin Kaepernick in the pocket and stop all those read-options runs that embarrassed them in the playoffs.
They just had no answer for his arm.
Or his newest receiver.
Kaepernick threw for a career-high 412 yards and three touchdowns to outduel Aaron Rodgers, and the San Francisco 49ers held off the Packers 34-28 on Sunday in the season...
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Green Bay receiver Jordy Nelson's knee looked pretty healthy Sunday against the 49ers.Fantasy Spin:Nelson had knee surgery in early August and missed most of training camp, but he had 130 yards and a touchdown on seven receptions Sunday. As one of Aaron Rodgers' top-two targets, Nelson will have a huge season if he stays on the field.
It’s the first episode of PackerTalk’s Newest weekly podcast, Behind Enemy Lines, where Amanda and Chris go deep into 49ers territory to talk about Sunday’s game with Al Sacco, staff writer for for 49ers Web Zone , 49ers Gab, and Sports Southwest . What do the Packers have in store for them this weekend as they take on Colin Kaepernick and the read option? Go deep inside...
(Eds: With AP Photos.) By TODD McMAHON Associated Press Green Bay Packers defensive coordinator Dom Capers and his fellow coaches went back to school after the team's ugly loss to San Francisco in the playoffs last season.
Coach Mike McCarthy sent his coaches on a day trip early in the offseason to College Station, Texas, to talk football with the staff from Texas...