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I’m more Harvin than Sproles Juan…
The Packers will be without Greg Jennings for at least a week, if not longer. It’s time for their young WRs to step up. James Jones will replace him in the lineup, but who will have more fantasy value.
James Jones is a guy who I joke is the fantasy player that gets you 3 in your lineup or 20 on your bench. I am not too far off. Week one he finished with 81 and a TD. Jennings out in week 2, Jones finished with 2 rec for -1. Last week no one even considered him and he had 5/56/2. Now, can he step up when the pressure is on to do so.
Randall Cobb was heavily involved in weeks 1 and 4 with 16/133. Weeks 2 and 3, not so much. The Packers say they want to use him in a ‘Darren Sproles’ type role. In PPR leagues this week, I think Cobb will be a good option. These guys need to step it up with Jennings sidelined. Who will it be?
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Ian Rapoport of NFL.com asked Green Bay Packers wide receiver Donald Driver how he’s handling his role this year, since he’s no longer a starter and not getting nearly the amount of playing time that he once did.
“I’m fine with it,” Driver said. “Like I’ve always said, as long as we’re winning games, I’m OK. And that’s the biggest thing with me.”
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Green Bay Packers center Jeff Saturday…wow, that still just seems strange to see that in print. Jeff Saturday, after 13 years anchoring the Indianapolis Colts' offensive line, makes his return to the Circle City on Sunday when the Packers and Colts do battle at Lucas Oil Stadium. Saturday has mixed emotions about this game and returning to the city and franchise he called...
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- The beginning of a three-game road trip for the Packers kicks off this Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts. Looking to improve to a 3-2 record and get above .500 for the first time this season, Green Bay will have to defeat an emotional Colts team that is dealing with the news of their head coach being out of action while battling leukemia.Here are five things...
Packers running back Cedric Benson was seen leaving the locker room in a walking boot Sunday after suffering a left foot injury, according to Rob Demovsky of the Green Bay Press-Gazette.Fantasy Spin:Benson left Sunday's game against Indianapolis in the first half after appearing to twist his ankle while getting tackled. The extent or severity of Benson's injury is still undetermined.
Green Bay Packers running back Cedric Benson was carted off the field at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis with a foot injury. The team announced his return was questionable. With No. 2 running back James Starks in active, the Packers were left with fullback John Kuhn and Alex Green as tailback options without Benson.
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Clay Matthews may have been a little too good to begin this season. With six sacks in the Packers' first two games, Matthews matched his 2011 season total and showed opposing teams that his statistical drop-off in production was nothing more than a one-year glitch.
After the fourth-year linebacker dominated the 49ers and Bears in Weeks 1 and 2 and was on pace...
This week, in support of their head coach who was recently diagnosed with Leukemia the Colts launched the ‘chuckstrong’ campaign aimed at generating funds for the Cancer Society and showing support for their coach; and, the Packers are supporting the initiative. Several Packers players, including veteran Charles Woodson took to the field in Chuckstrong tshirts, …
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I can think of few things more appropriate than a team, whose head coach announced earlier in the week he would be out, likely for the season, as he battles a treatable form of Leukemia, being beaten down in the first half only to come roaring back as if they were battling for their lives, to upset the Green Bay Packers 30-27.While it may be breast cancer awareness month, it might...
The Green Bay Packers have had one of the tougher schedules to start the year. They started with the stout 49ers, a division rival in the Bears, a Seattle game marred by the replacement refs and a Saints team desperate for a win. To come out of that with a 2-2 record could be looked at as a success or an utter disappointment.
And just when you thought the road gets a little easier...
12 Things to Watch For in Sunday's Colts-Packers Game
This week, even the cheese will be orange as everyone thinks about Chuck.
Before the bye the Colts dropped a tough one to the Jaguars. It was only a couple of weeks ago, but it feels like the world has moved on a little since then. The devestating news about Coach Pagano's cancer rocked the locker room and put the...
Reggie Wayne made it look simple Sunday against the Green Bay Packers.Wayne snagged a ball with one hand over Charles Woodson. Woodson was called for pass interference, but the Colts declined the penalty.The Colts had to settle for a field goal.