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Another NFL Sunday, another Packers win and another starter lost due to injury.The beat goes on in Green Bay where the Packers won their third in a row behind Aaron Rodgers and an improved defense. And as usual, they lost another starter to injury as tight end Jermichael Finley was knocked out of the game and taken off the field on a stretcher.In the meanwhile the Cleveland Browns, as if there were any doubt, will be looking for a new quarterback after the 2013 season.Here's the five things we learned from Sunday's game at Lambeau Field.1. The Green Bay Packers have an elite quarterback and the Cleveland Browns don't. Not that we're breaking new ground with this information but the Packers are a depleted bunch but still handled the Browns, a team with comparable talent everywhere else on the field but quarterback. This makes all the difference. Rodgers covers up issues with his play. Brandon Weeden is a career backup who may be playing in a different city next season...
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During an appearance on NFL Gameday Morning, former Packers quarterback Brett Favre said that he has Aaron Rodgers on his fantasy team. Holy cow. That was hilarious. Brett Favre confirms that he has Aaron Rodgers on his fantasy team… and Danny Amendola has been “killing me” — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) October 20, 2013 This is very ironic after the way things ended with Favre...
Aaron Rodgers (Photo Credit: AP) The Green Bay Packers sit in first place in the NFC North after week seven of the NFL season with a 4-2 record. Looking at the final 10 games of the Packers schedule, the Packers could very easily win all ten games. In the next two weeks, the Packers will travel to Minnesota to take on the Vikings, and then host the Chicago Bears in a Monday...
Neither rain nor injuries could stop Aaron Rodgers from throwing three touchdown passes en route to a 31-13 Green Bay victory over Cleveland."Hang with us fans, it might not be the prettiest game," Rodgers said. "But we've got to kind of win with defense, not turn the ball over and make the plays that are there." Hanging with the team is never in question...
Aaron Rodgers guided an undermanned offense with 260 yards and
three touchdowns, Eddie Lacy ran for another score, and the Packers
grinded out a 31-13 win Sunday over the Cleveland Browns.
Green Bay Packers tight end Jermichael Finley is in the intensive care unit at a hospital after suffering a neck injury Sunday against the Cleveland Browns, reports ESPN Senior NFL Insider Chris Mortensen. Finley was taken from the field on a stretcher in the fourth quarter, after catching a pass in the middle of the field and colliding with Browns safety Tashaun
Green Bay Packers tight end Jermichael Finley has been told by doctors that he should be released from the hospital within the next 24 hours, reports ESPN. According to ESPN sources, Finley will likely miss at least four to six weeks. He will not require surgery and all current indications are that he will be able to resume his NFL career. Finley’s current
So many injuries, so many unfamiliar names playing for the Packers.
However, Green Bay always has a chance with Aaron Rodgers calling the shots.
Rodgers threw for 260 yards and three touchdowns, Eddie Lacy ran for another score, and the defense came up clutch in a 31-13 win over the Cleveland Browns on Sunday.
''Hang with us fans, it might not be the prettiest game,'...
Green Bay Packers legend Brett Favre and heir to the throne Aaron Rodgers may have a fairly awkward relationship, but Favre is a retiree now. He no longer plays football on Sundays, unless he’s slinging the pigskin with some buddies in his Wrangler jeans. Instead, Favre plays fantasy football like the rest of us. And you’ll […]
I dont think you’re going to find much of a argument from anyone that Brett Farve might not just still be one of the best 32 QBs in America, but everyones favorite Gunslinger had a classic showing on NFL Network this morning where he gave Peyton Manning advice on how to play football in a place where he use to play football.Holy cow. That was hilarious. Brett Favre confirms that...
The play of the game, the player of the game, a look into the crystal ball and 14 incredible numbers that explain how the short-handed Packers knocked off the Browns. One play, overlooked by everyone other than perhaps Aaron Rodgers, goes a long way toward explaining Sunday's outcome.
Forget for a second that Brett Favre has the quarterback who was responsible for his exodus from Green Bay on his fantasy team. I think the really shocking fact here is that a man’s man like Favre plays fantasy football at all.
Brett Favre just told me he has Aaron Rodgers on his fantasy team. @JeffDarlington @RapSheet
— Anthony Biase (@AnthonyBiase) October 20, 2013
Green Bay Packers tight end Jermichael Finley considers this season to be his best so far in his six-year NFL career. But the 26-year-old says he still has remove to improve. “I feel like my game is still not at the peak, that level that I want to play at,” Finley said during an interview with the team’s official website. “I feel like it’s rising there, getting there...
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Handing out grades following the Green Bay Packers' 31-13 win over the Cleveland Browns in Week 7:
Passing Offense: A-
Randall Cobb (fractured fibula) missed the first of what will be at least eight games and James Jones (knee) was held out, yet quarterback Aaron Rodgers and the Packers' passing offense still moved the ball effectively through the air against...
GREEN BAY, Wis. — Coming into the game, the Green Bay Packers were down their top receivers in James Jones and Randall Cobb, yet it proved to be no problem. Quarterback Aaron Rodgers seems to have calmed the nerves of Packers fans who started off 1-2 on the season, and have ripped off three straight […]