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For the second time in just under a month the Green Bay Packers will take on the Detroit Lions.
Once again, injury news for the Packers leads the story. Jordy Nelson came out of last week’s game with a hamstring injury and it looks like it will force him to miss this game. James Starks has also been ruled out for the rest of the season with a knee injury and it also appears that Clay Matthews will miss this game, his fifth straight. Also, offensive linemen, T.J. Lang, will be out of the game with an ankle injury.
Some good news regarding injuries is that Charles Woodson and Sam Shields may be back on the field for the Packers. Both of them have practiced while wearing pads this week, so they are making progress to getting back on the field. This would be great news if the Packers can get these two guys back on the field, especially against the Lions dangerous passing game.
The last game between these two, Lions quarterback, Matthew Stafford, threw for 266 yards, but he also thr...
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As we head into the stretch run of the regular season, the Green Bay Packers and head coach Mike McCarthy seem to be preparing for both Charles Woodson and Clay Matthews to return to the line up next week against the Bears. McCarthy wanted both Woodson (collarbone) and Matthews (hamstring) in pads doing a limited amount of banging around because the team will not be in pads next...
Green Bay Packers running back James Starks, wide receiver
Jordy Nelson and linebacker Clay Matthews were among the players missing from
Coach Mike McCarthy confirmed that Starks’ knee injury will
keep him out for multiple weeks. It was reported Tuesday that the running back
could potentially be sidelined for the season due to the knee injury he
Packers receiver Jordy Nelson missed every practice this week and is out for Week 14 against Detroit.Fantasy Spin:Green Bay has plenty of depth in the receiving corps, particularly with the return of Greg Jennings, so this injury shouldn't affect Aaron Rodgers' performance too drastically - just Nelson's fantasy owners.
Packers’ fans can attain to the understatement that Mason Crosby has not been very good this year.
There is nothing better in the NFL than a division rivalry game.
Ok, so it can get a little better.
There is nothing better in the NFL than a division game that features one of the league’s most storied franchises, the Green Bay Packers.
And, lucky me, I will be at the great Lambeau Field this weekend when the Packers welcome the Detroit Lions to the Frozen Tundra.
However, I won’t...
Green Bay Packers cornerback Tramon Williams was fined $21,000 for his personal foul on Minnesota Vikings running back Toby Gerhart during Sunday's game. Television replays showed that Williams' helmet launched into Gerhart's helmet. Gerhart was considered a defenseless receiver on the play. It appeared that Williams was trying to hit Gerhart with his shoulder, according...
Detroit Lions (4-8) at Green Bay Packers (8-4)
This is a really interesting game. Earlier this week, I wrote about some of the parity related things that happen every single year and how those could be used to help predict games the rest of the way. The Lions are by far the likeliest candidate to be this year’s team that goes from in the playoffs to 5 wins or fewer. Only the Saints...
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. Now that defensive end Everson Griffen has been fined, the Minnesota Vikings won't be any more pleased with the NFL over what it felt was a penalty on a clean play in last Sunday's loss to Green Bay.
The NFL announced Friday that Griffen will lose 15,750 for a roughing-the-passer penalty on Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers late in the second quarter...
I think that game was also a little skewed because the Packers were on fire and the Texans were a...
The Green Bay Packers started off the season 2-3, but they went on a big winning streak and are now tied with the Chicago Bears for first place in the NFC North. The way we see it, they have a very good chance of residing solely in first after the weekend.
Click here to read the whole story on Larry Brown Sports...
Deliver a big hit — legal or not — and face the consequences. That’s basically what the NFL has become. No team knows that more than the Green Bay Packers.