Posted December 16, 2012 on
James Jones scored three touchdowns and got plenty of help from his friends as the Packers wrapped up the NFC North title.
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Finals have brought on a crazy week so please excuse the briefness of this article.
The Green Bay Packers will look to wrap up the division title against the Chicago Bears on Sunday.
Here are some key notes and match ups to watch for.
The Packers must get the same running success they had last week against the Lions. The Bears defense is one of the best in the league so that...
According to ProFootballWeekly.com, the Green Bay Packers are now thinking about reducing wide receiver Randall Cobb’s kick returning duities since his offensive role has expanded so much this season.
We hear the Packers have at least given some thought to lessening multithreat Randall Cobb’s workload by reducing his kick-return duties.
The last thing the Packers want to do is...
GREEN BAY, Wis. Less than eight minutes away from clinching the NFC North, the Packers, with a comfortable 21-10 lead over the Chicago Bears, decided to try a trick play. However, it backfired terribly, almost got the Bears back in the game and had quarterback Aaron Rodgers wondering why it was even attempted.
"I wasn't thrilled with the call, to be honest with you,"...
With an opportunity to become NFC North champions for the second consecutive year, the Green Bay Packers went into Chicago and got it done.
Handing out grades following the Packers' 21-13 win over the Bears:
Passing Offense: A-
Aaron Rodgers didn't put up huge numbers in this game, but the NFL's reigning MVP played worthy of that title. Rodgers completed 23 of 36 passes...
As part of an improving defense, Hawk feels that the unit hasn't hit their potential yet, and that they are starting to get on the same page. A.J. Hawk was drafted in the 1st round of the 2006 NFL Draft by the Green Bay Packers. Hawk has recorded 466 total tackles, 334 solo tackles and 132 assist tackles. In 72 games, he has averaged 6.7 total tackles, 4.8 solo tackles and 1...
CHICAGO Two more missed field goals from Mason Crosby in the Packers' division-clinching win over the Bears on Sunday has still not changed coach Mike McCarthy's mind about who their kicker should be for the remainder of this season.
"We're not changing our kicker, so you can write that down right now," McCarthy said. "He's our guy."
While the Green Bay Packers have ruled wide receiver Jordy
Nelson and safety Charles Woodson out for this weekend’s contest against the
Chicago Bears, linebacker Clay Matthews is expected to return for the club.
Matthews was a full participant in Friday’s practice as he
appears to be nearly fully recovered from a hamstring injury that’s sidelined
him the past few weeks...