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It was feast-or-famine without John Kuhn last year, and Andrew Quarless might have to fill the void on Sunday. Quarless made the key play on James Starks' touchdown last week.
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Packers rookie running back Eddie Lacy was scheduled for his first official autograph signing of helmets and footballs this week. Ironically, because he’s recovering from the concussion he suffered from the helmet-to-helmet hit from Brandon Merriweather, Lacy had to re-schedule.
Lacy, along with Nick Perry and Jerron McMillian, will now be appearing...
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...
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With both teams coming in at 1-1, this game between the Green Bay Packers and Cincinnati Bengals will be revealing in which way each team is headed. The Packers are coming off of a big win against the Washington Redskins, a team that showed little life until the final minutes. After losing their opener at Chicago, the Bengals...
When the 2013 season opened up, I read an optimistic piece forecasting that the Cincinnati Bengals and Seattle Seahawks would play each other in the Super Bowl. I had to chuckle at this bold prediction. To be honest, I did not even know that the Bengals were a serious contender for the playoffs this year. They always seemed to be the teams that could never quite make it into the...
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(Eds: With AP Photos.) James Jones is sticking with his prediction.
During the offseason, the veteran wide receiver predicted the Green Bay Packers would have three 1,000-yard receivers this year. After just two games, he still wanted to make it clear that his prediction looks pretty darn good as the Packers prepare for Sunday's game at Cincinnati.
''You all thought...
Just last week, James Starks wasn't owned in most fantasy leagues. Then disaster struck the Green Bay Packers. Eddie Lacy suffered a concussion and didn't return to the game. Starks came in and embarrassed the Washington Redskins' poor excuse for a defense. Starks had 132 rushing yards and four catches for 36 receiving yards. He saw the biggest rise in ownership this...
The Packers take on a rather unfamiliar opponent this week, so Chris and Amanda talk Bengals with Mickey Mentzer (@whodeyfans) of CincyJungle.com. They’ll discuss the changing culture in Cincinnati, the emergence of Gio Bernard, and whether the Bengals can stop Aaron Rodgers.
Listen using the player below or download the podcast from the Packers Talk Radio Network on Itunes.
Bernard is the type of dynamic player that the Packers need to key on
The Green Bay Packers will hit the road again after a compelling win at home last week against the Washington Redskins. Week three has the Packers in Cincinnati to face the Bengals.
The NFC/AFC matchups are always intriguing because the opponents are not familiar with each other. It has also produced some...
Don't count out Eddie Lacy from Sunday's game just yet. With two days to go before the Green Bay Packers take the field in Cincinnati for their Week 3 matchup with the Bengals Lacy hasn't been medically cleared from the NFL's concussion protocol. However the Packers haven't given up hope that their rookie running back will be ready in time.
Andrew Quarless could play fullback for the Packers on Sunday.
If John Kuhn is out on Sunday when the Packers play the Bengals, it sounds like tight end Andrew Quarless could spend some time in the Packers backfield as a fullback.
Quarless at fullback could very well be a disaster, but it intrigues me.
Back when D.J. Williams was on the team, I always thought he looked better when...
The Green Bay Packers and Cincinnati Bengals will meet on Sunday in a match-up of two 1-1 teams. Both Green Bay and Cincinnati are coming off victories after disappointing Week 1 defeats.
Coverage of the Green Bay Packers and Cincinnati Bengals game will air on FOX beginning at 1:00 pm ET at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati, OH.
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?
After special teams mistakes and field-position battles lead to the Green Bay Packers’ defeat by the San Francisco 49ers in Week 1, I determined to pay extra special attention special teams in Week 2. What follows is a blow-by-blow breakdown of exactly what special-teams coach Shawn Slocum called on the punt that the Washington Redskins […]The post The five yards that went unnoticed...
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