Found December 20, 2011 on
Under coach Mike McCarthy, the Green Bay Packers have had December stinkers on the road before.
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Green Bay Packers rookie offensive lineman Derek Sherrod suffered a broken right leg in Sunday's 19-14 loss at Kansas City.
The team's first-round draft pick this year, Sherrod had to be carted off the field with his leg in an air case.
The Packers also had another key injury on the offensive line when right tackle Bryan Bulaga suffered a sprained knee.
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We buy stock in the Green Bay Packers and all Hell breaks loose. One chick went so far after Sunday’s loss to the Chiefs that she’s up for 12.5 years in jail for her actions after K.C. miraculously beat G.B., 19-14. This drunk broad is accused of choking her daughter. How bad did things get at some Appleton hotel? Mom is now on the hook for felony child abuse charges. Aaron...
Pride in one's football team is important, but some take it a bit too far.
Maybe it’s because it’s been one year since the Packers have lost a game, but there has been a noticeable drop-off in the number of domestic abuse cases attributed to a loss by the Green Bay Packers. We have all heard the stories about how the number of domestic abuse cases in Wisconsin goes up when...
There’s something about Green Bay. It’s special. Really, really special. Take this scenario for example:
A few weeks ago, my dad sent me the link for the amazingly hilarious Aaron Rodgers Associated Bank commercials that were gaining popularity in Green Bay. Living in Minneapolis, all I get to see are the lousy save the stadium ads, and this was a comical relief that was both...
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Aaron Rodgers, after 13 consecutive weeks at No. 1, loses one game and now has company. Really, how do you differentiate between Rodgers, Drew Brees and Tom Brady?
The loss the Green Bay Packers suffered against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday can't be measured in wins and losses alone. It has to include offensive linemen.
Rodgers, the Super Bowl-winning quarterback, received 112 votes out of the 212 ballots submitted from U.S. news organizations. Verlander received 50 votes after a remarkable season during which he won the Cy Young and MVP awards.