Posted November 18, 2011 on
We tell you the five matchups that will decide the outcome of the Green Bay Packers' game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday, leading with Desmond Bishop's key roles against running backs LaGarrette Blount and Kregg Lumpkin.
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GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Packers running back James Starks never wants to play another game like he did in Week 3 at Chicago.
Against the Bears in that game, Starks ran for five yards on 11 carries while also fumbling in the fourth quarter. After all the promise that he showed when he exploded onto the NFL scene last season -- including running for 315 yards in the playoffs to help Green...
Aaron Rodgers is playing quarterback this season at a ridiculously high level. We’ve heard the case made that no quarterback has ever played better. I can’t even disagree, although I remember the exact same things being said about Peyton Manning in ’04 and Tom Brady in ’07. Rodgers’ athletic skill set to throw on the…
Suspended Green Bay Packers defensive lineman Johnny Jolly has been sentenced to six years in prison for violating the terms of his probation on a drug charge.
Despite the one sided nature of this game, it will still be an amped up atmosphere on both sides.GREEN BAY — The Buccaneers are on the decline here as we reach the end of 2011 and that stings to recognize. But the season is far from over for the Bucs, even if things look horribly grim at the moment.The Buccaneers sit now firmly in third place in the NFC South and are not catching...
In the late 1980′s, when ESPN was doing their NFL Primetime show, Chris Berman and the late Pete Axthelm coined the phrase “the Bay of Pigs”, talking about any matchup between the Green Bay Packers and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The actual Bay of Pigs episode happened very early in the John F. Kennedy administration [...]
While coach Mike McCarthy sings the praises of James Starks, Johnny Jolly was sentenced to six years of prison by a judge in Houston. Plus, injury reports and more from Thursday.