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How does one of the best tight ends in the NFL prepare for a nationally-televised game against a divisional opponent? By getting a pedicure of course. Jermichael Finley is not the only ballplayer we know of who gets a pedicure, but it’s the first time we’ve heard of a player doing it before a game. [...]
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The Green Bay Packers destroyed the Vikings last night. It started early as Randall Cobb returned a punt 80 yards for a TD after the Packers’ D stopped the Vikings on their opening drive. The Packers didn’t look back. Aaron Rodgers completed 23 of 30 passes for 250 yards with 4 TD passes and 0 INTs. He also carried the ball 6 times for 21 yards (3.5 ypc) in this game...
I personally am going to go absolutely bonkers and predict the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are going to upset the Green Bay Packers this week in Lambeau. What do I have to lose, and besides, you cant tell me the stars aren't perfectly aligned.
Green Bay played on Monday Night and MNF teams fare poorly on Sunday, PLUS, Green Bay COULD BE looking ahead of the Bucs towards a THURSDAY...
Some guys have it and some guys don't, and by "it" I mean the ability to attract undue attention from wire photographers before, during and after the game.
Consider Green Bay Packers linebacker Clay Matthews. Seven pictures of him went out on the AP wire during Monday's night victory over the Minnesota Vikings. Aaron Rodgers was the subject of four.
MINNESOTA VIKINGS (2-6) at GREEN BAY PACKERS (8-0) Monday, 8:30 P.M. ET, ESPN, Sirius (MIN 92, GB 93), Westwood One Radio
Why Watch Because the Packers are the lone unbeaten team standing. The defending Super Bowl champion should be looking over their shoulders. The Chicago Bears did them a huge favor crushing the Detroit Lions yesterday, but now the peaking Bears are casting...
Is there a kryptonite for red-hot Aaron Rodgers? How much concern is there over an average running game and a bad pass defense? Those questions and more as Packer Report’s Bill Huber and Viking Update’s Tim Yotter examine tonight’s game.
(By CHRIS JENKINS, AP Sports Writer) Another night, another four-touchdown performance for Aaron Rodgers - just about what the Green Bay Packers have come to expect from their superstar quarterback.The real surprise came on the other side of the ball: A defense that finally showed it can take charge of a game.
Green Bay Packers offensive coordinator Joe Philbin says there's ''no substance'' to a report linking him with the head coaching job at Tulane.
Philbin says he's ''got a great job here'' in Green Bay and hasn't talked to anybody at Tulane about the job as of Tuesday evening.
ESPN reported Monday that Tulane had interest in Philbin.
By ANDREW WAGNER
FOXSportsWisconsin.comGREEN BAY, Wis. Five takeaways from the Packers' 44-7 victory Monday night over Minnesota:1. Can anyone stop Aaron Rodgers?Twenty-three completions? Been there.Two hundred and fifty yards? Done that.Four touchdowns, no interceptions and a passer rating of 140.3? Just another day at the office.By now, it doesn't need to be said that...
The Vikings defense has actually done a nice job overall on the amazing Aaron Rodgers Monday night. Yet Minnesota still trails 17-0 at halftime. The Packers scored quickly on a Randall Cobb punt return, and their defense picked off Christian Ponder to help keep Minnesota off the scoreboard. Rodgers has made a few ridiculous throws,…
Former Defensive Tackle Santana Dotson to Pour Guinness While Long Snapper Mike Morris and Bold Fan Judge Perfect Pints WHAT: Prior to tonight’s much-anticipated contest between the Green Bay Packers and Minnesota Vikings, former NFL great Santana Dotson will compete in a pour-off competition against local contestants to determine who can pour the most [...]