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The Green Bay Packers are scoring a touchdown on their opening possession at a rate almost nine times as high as in Aaron Rodgers' first season as their starting quarterback.
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The Green Bay Packers should be feeling the pressure of a perfect season. Aaron Rodgers should have the media following him like a Kardashian. So far ESPN and the media have followed Tim Tebow. Now with the legend of Tebow fading slightly (we only have attentions spans so long), and with 13-0 and every week [...]
So, will Aaron Rodgers and the Packers notch win #14 easily in Kansas City Sunday or will the Chiefs give the Packers their best shot?
OK, so it’s that time of the week when we hear from the opposing camp about this week’s Packers vs. Chiefs game.
With just three weeks remaining in the NFL regular season, we asked Patrick Allen, the bigwig over at Arrowhead Addict, what is thoughts...
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Yeah you heard right, hell just froze over! The rapture’s coming people! It’s the end of the world! Seriously, how else could you explain today’s events? The Indianapolis Colts finally won their first game of the season beating the Tennessee Titans. Tim Tebow wasn’t able to deliver his usual fourth-quarter magic as the Denver Broncos suffered their first loss in seven games...
Joe Montana might be the best quarterback in NFL history, but he thinks Aaron Rodgers is having a better season than he ever had — or that anyone ever had. Asked on the Dan Patrick Show whether his best season was as good as Rodgers’ 2011 season, Montana said he didn’t think it was. “The…
GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) -- All Josh Sitton could do was watch.
Green Bay's injured right guard missed another game last Sunday, when the Packers rolled to a 46-16 win over the Oakland Raiders. Star quarterback Aaron Rodgers was knocked around often before being removed late in the third quarter with the game virtually in hand.
"Anytime you see your quarterback getting hit...
The Green Bay Packers' perfect season came to a crashing halt against the struggling Kansas City Chiefs, who had just fired their coach and were starting a new quarterback. Proof again that nothing can be taken for granted in the NFL. Kyle Orton threw for 299 yards to outduel Aaron Rodgers, and the Chiefs rallied behind interim coach Romeo Crennel for a shocking 19-14 victory on Sunday that...