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Green Bay MVP Aaron Rodgers puts up elite numbers, except in one area: he consistently fails to deliver fourth-quarter comebacks. He’s so bad, in fact, that the closest comparison is Bill Kenney, Kansas City’s forgotten ’Mr. Irrelevant’ QB of the 1980s.....
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ESPN’s Ron Jaworski has officially named his number one quarterback in the NFL and without any surprise he chose Aaron Rodgers of the Green Bay Packers.
Jaworski pointed out that Rodgers displays great velocity and accuracy with his throws.
“Very few quarterbacks in NFL history have had Rodgers’ exceptional combination of velocity and accuracy, elite arm strength...
Aaron Rodgers is not just the best fantasy option on the Packers, he is the best in the NFL.
The 2011 version of the Green Bay Packers put up video game type numbers on offense. Led by Aaron Rodgers, the MVP of the National League, put up more points than any team in the league last season, which meant that Packers players proved to be a gold mine for fantasy football...
Back in mid-June, Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarty went on a rant about how the New York Giants didn't really beat his team, but that the Packers failed to show up and play. It was obvious that the loss had left an incredibly bitter taste in his mouth and being humble in defeat was not a part of who he is. Wide receiver Greg Jennings has not followed in his footsteps...
As a sign of respect, opposing defenses rarely blitz Aaron Rodgers — and when they do, they generally pay a price. Not only did Rodgers set a single-season record for passer rating last season, but he almost set the record for best passer rating against the blitz.
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This is the fourth in a series of 13 previews leading up to the Green Bay Packers' July 26 start of camp. July 10: Quarterbacks
July 11: Running backs
July 12: Wide receivers
July 13: Tight ends
July 16: Offensive linemen
July 17: Defensive linemen
July 18: Linebackers
July 19: Safeties
July 20: Cornerbacks
July 23: Specialists
July 24: Coaches
July 25: 5 things to...
You really cant argue with Green Bay receiver Greg Jennings analysis of the Detroit Lions.
Hes dead on.
You just might question his intelligence for giving one of his teams division rivals, a club coming off a 10-win playoff season, such bulletin-board material a couple weeks before training camp opens.
During an interview with the NFL Network, Jennings openly questioned the Lions...
This is the second in a two-part series on the Milwaukee Badgers, the only NFL team ever to call Wisconsin's largest city home. Part 1 focused on the team's fading legacy, and today's story centers on Lavern Dilweg, who played his first NFL season with the Badgers before spending eight more years with the Green Bay Packers. His son Bob is continuing the fight to see Lavern...
Green Bay WR Greg Jennings was recently on “NFL Total Access” on the NFL Network to discuss the offseason for his own team as well as other division rivals including the Detroit Lions.
Jennings was asked what his biggest concern was regarding the up and coming Lions and his answer was pretty simple…
“Can they maintain their composure, both on the field and off the field...
Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings wonders if the Lions can maintain their composure in the 2012 season (Credit: AP Photo/Eugene Tanner)
Greg Jennings and the rest of the Packers had a first hand view on Thanksgiving Day of how the Detroit Lions lost their composure last year. During the game, defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh stomped on Packers guard Evan Dietrich-Smith and earned...
“Build for your team a feeling of oneness, of dependence on one another and of strength to be derived by unity.” ~ Vince Lombardi Lambeau Field. The Frozen Tundra. Titletown, USA. Home of the Green Bay Packers. Holy ground for football … Continue reading →