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A.J. Hawk notched a career best three sacks on Sunday. He will need to carry the defense with Clay Matthews out.
The moment Clay Matthews went down vs. Detroit, many thought the season was lost.
Of course that was before A.J. Hawk took over.
The eighth year pro has heard the criticisms — a lot coming from myself. When he was drafted as the fifth overall pick in the 2006 NFL Draft, Hawk really never asserted himself as the dynamic defensive player he was the year prior at Ohio State.
Early on, big plays were few and far between and when he was assigned to pass coverage he usually got beat, by a fullback no less.
Fast forward to last season and he’s not as thick as he once was. He’s a lot more athletic and he’s been able to up his pass coverage game.
With a sleeker, more aerodynamic look on top, he had a career-best three sacks to help lead the Packers to its first road of the season. He also was tied for a game-best 10 total tackles.
But it’s not the stats that the Packers are going ...
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Aaron Rodgers was upset by a hit that sidelined his star receiver Randall Cobb. That hit was considered a low blow by Rodgers, but when the media asked head coach John Harbaugh he said Rodgers’ complaints are “pretty hard for me to understand.” Harbaugh noted that Cobb caught the ball over the middle and Elam […]
According to Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, Packers TE Jermichael Finley could “play a lot” of receiver during Sunday’s game against the Browns. Green Bay placed WR Randall Cobb on injured reserve with the designation to return on Tuesday and there’s also some doubt as to whether or not James Jones will be available in Week 7. Finley is no stranger...
The Green Bay Packers are losing the battle to injuries this year, and another one has surfaced. Outside linebacker Nick Perry has been lost for the foreseeable future as he has been diagnosed with a broken foot.
The only silver lining in this is that medical experts expect Perry to return at some point in the year. But none-the-less, the Packers linebacker group who already is...
The Packers had this feeling that they had struck gold when they drafted Eddie Lacy this past April.
A bruising, power running back with the ability to wear down opposing defenses, Lacy was seen as the answer at a position which had been less than inspiring since Ryan Grant stopped being a 1,000 yard rusher.
The hope was that Lacy would be able to add another dimension to the already...
Packers wide receiver Randall Cobb is hit in the knee by Ravens safety Matt Elam (Photo credit: Nick Wass/AP) For the second time is as many weeks, the Green Bay Packers have lost a key part of their team. Wide receivers Randall Cobb and James Jones were both injured in Sunday’s game against the Baltimore Ravens. At least for me, this season is starting to look like the 2010...
Packers receiver James Jones has been diagnosed with a sprained PCL in his left knee. SOURCE: Adam Schefter, ESPNFantasy Spin:Jones, who left yesterday's win over Baltimore in the first half, should be considered questionable for Sunday's game against Cleveland. The 29-year-old is on pace for 1,117 receiving yards this season, which would be a new career-high.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that Packers WR James Jones suffered a sprained PCL during Sunday’s win over the Ravens.
Schefter adds that the Packers intend to make a decision regarding his availability for Week 7 later this week.
Following the game, reports indicated that Jones’ injury wasn’t that severe and the team was hoping that he could play against the Browns this...
Nick Foles might have been the Creeper Report’s greatest acquisition of the year. In my 16 team Euro fantasy football league, where I grabbed a bunch of runners and catchers before realizing all the throwers were going fast, I grabbed Michael Vick in the seventh round. With a new coach and an injury history, he was too much of a question mark for my taste. But he had two good games...
For all the Packers injuries, it's nice to get some good news on the injury front. Offensive lineman Derek Sherrod returned to practice today on the first day that he was eligible to come of the Physically Unable to Perform (PUP) list.
Per SB Nation:
The big positive news is that Derek Sherrod, who is on the Physically Unable to Perform list, was eligible to practice...
The Green Bay Packers almost certainly will have to turn more to a two-tight end offense while receiver Randall Cobb is out for at least eight weeks because of a broken fibula.
The Packers on Tuesday placed Cobb on injured reserve-designated for return which means he can’t practice for at least six weeks and can’t play in a game for at least eight weeks.
Much of the Packers’...
Five weeks into the 2013 NFL regular season, there is one thing we can say for sure: These aren’t your 2011 Green Bay Packers. Then again, they’re not your 2012 Packers, either. Despite not making any flashy moves in the offseason or significantly upgrading the roster in any way, this 2013 Green Bay team seems […]The post Green Bay Packers prove grit against Baltimore Ravens...
Move over Jay Cutler, there’s now room for two smokers in the NFC North. Check out Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers making some finger gestures that sure look like he’s hitting it hard. If you’re going to take hits, this is the best way to do it.
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With Randall Cobb now out for at least the next six weeks, the Packers added receiver Myles White and tight end Jake Stoneburner from the practice squad.
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What could be worse than being without Clay Matthews and Nick Perry? Possibly going without Mike Neal. The Packers were down to just two rookies at outside linebacker on Wednesday.