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We go inside the numbers to detail Aaron Rodgers' success in fourth-quarter comeback situations.
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Today Bengals linebacker Vontaze Burfict has been fined a total of $31,000 for two infractions against the Packers in Cincinnati’s 34-30 victory. He was fined $21,000 for a hit to the head and neck area of a defenseless receiver and $10,000 for hitting an opposing player below the belt. Hopefully the Bengals can stop him […]
Aaron Rodgers has delivered nine game-winning drives, none more clutch than against Chicago in 2009 at Lambeau Field.
By now, you've heard the numbers: Aaron Rodgers is 5-24 when trailing by one score in the fourth quarter and 9-26 when ties and overtime is included. Packer Report examines all 35 games to see who was really to blame (or credit).
This week is the start of bye weeks in the NFL, so we’ll be without the presence of Aaron Rodgers and Cam Newton this week. Despite one of the best QB’s being sidelined this week, there are still plenty of games to keep our attention.
There are two games that jump off the schedule at first glance. Philadelphia and Denver is definite must-see-TV. The Eagles fast paced offense...
There is plenty to talk about this week, as Mike and Dan review one of the strangest games in recent memory. They also discuss how much should be made of the sideline spat between Aaron Rodgers and Mike McCarthy, as well as the pros and cons of having the bye week so early this season.
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Through three weeks of the NFL season, there might be a perennial contender for the NFC North title that is in trouble. The Green Bay Packers head into their bye week with more than enough to address, some of it being their fault and some of it not. Yes, there has been injuries galore to some important players (Finley and Matthews among them), but one major concern they have to address...
So, I sit here on this chilly Monday morning still trying to wrap my head around the debacle I watched take place in Cincinnati. I don’t even know where to begin: the Green Bay’s defense Jeckyll and Hyde act, Cincinnati doing everything they can to let the Packers in the game in the 1st half, Aaron Rodgers looking like a shell of himself, or Cincinatti’s offense and how terrified...
Good morning, folks! Welcome to the Water Cooler Sports Black, Blue, and Ornery, your source for NFC North News on this Thursday, September 26th, 2013. We’re into the home stretch towards Sunday’s NFC North games, and I thought I touch on a topic that’s been abuzz. Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has taken a […]The post Black, Blue, and Ornery: Letting bygones...
Time to get Week 4′s mailbag underway… To be featured on next weeks Fullscalesports.com fantasy mailbag, email your questions to email@example.com or tweet them @joshuaperry84. Rafael S. Aaron Rodgers is on a bye, who do I start? Alex Smith, EJ Manuel or Ryan Tannehill? I maintain an emphasis on Terrell Pryor […]
As the Packers begin going their separate ways for the (very early and much needed) bye week, many are of the opinion that they are a team muddled with question marks.
Aaron Rodgers went from having arguably his best performance ever against the Redskins to by far his worst game in several years against the Bengals.
Eddie Lacy, the salvation for the much beleaguered running game...
If you’re an Aaron Rodgers or Cam Newton fantasy owner this week, you'd better have a strong backup like Michael Vick or Tony Romo because the waiver wire is a little thin when it comes to QBs.
It’s that time of year to take some risks. Seasons are won and lost by rolling the dice on players that can pay off big if you’re willing to take the chance.
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