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According to Josh Alper of, Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodger is the NFC offensive player of the week. Rodgers and his receiving corps exploded on the Washington Redskins, completing 34-of-42 for 480 yards and 4 touchdowns in the 38-20 victory.


After Big Win, Packers Still Have Holes

Green Bay Packers (@Packers) After rolling out 580 yards of offense coupled with 38 points, the Green Bay Packerscompleted one of their most productive days in franchise history. Not the 1996 Super Bowl champs, nor the 15-1 Packers from 2011, or even some of those high flying teams in the Lynn Dickey  era ever produced as many yards in a single game. Only the 1962 Packers had...

Green Bay Packers: Should Meriweather be suspended?

Brandon Meriweather leads with his helmet into Eddie Lacy (Photo credit: Benny Sieu/ USA TODAY Sports) Over the past few seasons, the NFL has been implementing new precautions on the side of improving the safety of players.  With defenders now being told they can’t hit high on a defenseless wide receiver, the only thing they can legally do is hit low.  If they hit high they will...

Aaron Rodgers: 'We have some great weapons'

GREEN BAY, Wis. -- With just one more game until the bye week -- yeah, it's really early this season, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers talked about his wide receivers, topping a record-setting performance and how to knock off the Cincinnati Bengals' defense. Here are five question-and-answer highlights from the interview with Rodgers: 1. What do you do for an...

Rodgers' Record Day Up for NFL Honors

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James Starks Will Start At RB For Packers In Week 3

Packers HC Mike McCarthy announced that RB James Starks will get the “starting opportunity this week” against the Bengals. “Starks is someone I look at as a starter with an ability to run as many times as needed,” McCarthy said, per Jason Wilde. “He’ll get starting opportunity this week.” Eddie Lacy suffered a concussion last weekend and hasn’t returned to practice...

Washington's Meriweather fined 42,000 for hit on Eddie Lacy

GREEN BAY, Wis. -- The helmet-to-helmet hit that gave Green Bay Packers rookie running back Eddie Lacy a concussion on his first carry at Lambeau Field has resulted in a big fine for Washington Redskins safety Brandon Meriweather. According to a league source, the NFL has fined Meriweather 42,000 for the hit on Lacy. However, later in the Week 2 game, when Meriweather lowered his...

Tuesday Recap: A Show of Force

I wrote Friday that it wasn’t out of the question that we would see a “good old ass-kicking” on Sunday.  Let me tell you what an ass kicking is exactly what was handed in on Sunday.  I was there, it was what happened.  The Green and Gold dominated both sides of the ball after a brief slow start offensively.  Aaron Rodgers was superhuman.  James Starks ran behind an effective...

CQBR: Aaron Rodgers reigns supreme in Week 2

It always takes a few weeks for the muddy waters of a new NFL season to settle. So far through two weeks of the 2013 regular season — much like we saw in 2011 after the lockout — defenses around the league are struggling to find their sea legs, perhaps due to new rules that […]The post CQBR: Aaron Rodgers reigns supreme in Week 2 by Rourke Douglas Decker appeared first on Water...

So Far, Gas Tank Remains Full for Receivers

The effectiveness of the Packers' no-huddle offense and the production by Randall Cobb, James Jones and Jordy Nelson has meant a heavy workload for the "Big Three" receivers. Are the receivers in danger of running out of gas over the 16-game grind?

Brandon Meriweather fined $42K for Week 2 blow to head

We've been waiting several days now to find out what sort of punishment awaits Redskins safety Brandon Meriweather after he knocked out Packers running back Eddie Lacy and then subsequently knocked himself out when he hit James Starks. Now we know: a league sources tells CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora Meriweather's been fined $42000 by the NFL for a blow to the head...

Green Bay Packers Will Start James Starks at Running Back Against Cincinnati Bengals

The Green Bay Packers will start veteran running back James Starks over rookie Eddie Lacy on Sunday in Southern Ohio against the Cincinnati Bengals, according to Packers head coach Mike McCarthy. Lacy suffered a concussion on his first carry of the Packers 38-20 win over the Washington Redskins last weekend. McCarthy said Lacy was “doing fine” on Wednesday and he has made progress...

Jam it or Cram it: Starks Raving Mad – The Bizarro World Edition

Week 2 of the NFL season was like a visit to Bizarro World in the old Superman comics or, for those not comically inclined, the Seinfeld episode where Elaine meets Bizarro Jerry. She had man hands! Those not familiar with the term please note what the scholarly website Uncyclopedia says: “Bizarro World is a situation or setting which is weirdly inverted or opposite of expectations...
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