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So far in the 2011 NFL season, Aaron Rodgers of the Green Bay Packers has put together one of the finest statistical years ever as a quarterback. Add to all of that, Rodgers has led his team to a 13-0 record. So far, Rodgers has thrown 39 TD passes compared to just six interceptions for 4,125 [...]
NOT FEELING IT
Packers tight end Jermichael Finley says the amount of Tim Tebow coverage is disturbing, especially considering Green Bay's record.
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.
Bulaga, Green Bay...
GREEN BAY, Wis. The quarterback who stands in the way of the Green Bay Packers improving to 14-0 is new Kansas City Chiefs starter, Kyle Orton. This is the same Orton who led his Denver Broncos into Lambeau Field in Week 4, only to lose, 49-23, and eventually get released by the team in favor of a former Heisman Trophy winner who has a knack for miraculous comebacks.So if the Packers...
The Green Bay Packers head to Arrowhead Stadium on a roll. They can’t overlook the Chiefs this weekend as they sometimes step up due to the home crowd getting behind them. The Chiefs got whacked hard 37-10 last weekend by the Jets and it cost head coach Todd Haley his job. Enter new head coach Romeo Crennel and new starting QB Kyle Orton. Here is a look at the matchups...
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.
Green Bay running back James Starks returned to practice Friday for the first time this week and coach Mike McCarthy said the running back will be a game-time decision Sunday when the Packers face the Kansas City Chiefs.