Found October 26, 2012 on
Football Extra Points:
The Packers started off slow, but are they headed in the right direction now? The defense is still terrible, but if Rodgers can get things rolling can he cover for their issues again?
Here's a look at their remaining schedule, predictions and a look at the rest of their division.
Jacksonville - Even with MJD and Gabbert at full strength, no way the Jaguars win in GB.
Arizona - The Cards started off strong but their lack of QB play brings them back to earth. The Cards defense plays well but not well enough to win.
@ Detroit - As a Lions fan I'm going to give Detroit the win at home, but I don't really think they'll win.
@ Giants - The Giants have talent on both sides of the ball, they just aren't always consistent. I still give the Giants the win at home.
Minnesota - Before the season started I gave this game to GB easy. The Packers still win but the game will be close.
Detroit - If the Lions somehow win at home, no chance they w...
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I like watching NFL players ‘act’. While it isn’t a true glimpse into the player’s personality it is a chance to see some of the league’s top talents without their helmets/outside of their comfort zone. We’ve seen some good commercials, and some bad one’s throughout the years; and for the time being I have a new favourite.
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Marshall Newhouse has come a long way in the past year. The Packers' third-year left tackle has been performing well as Aaron Rodgers' blind-side protector, showing steady improvement since he first took over the job in Week 5 last season. There have been a few negative moments for Newhouse, such as allowing five sacks in Green Bay's first seven games...
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Greg Jennings may not be the only Packers wide receiver unavailable for Sunday's game against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Jordy Nelson, who leads the team in receptions and yards this season, missed Thursday's practice and has already been ruled out from participating Friday due to a hamstring injury.
In order for Nelson to be cleared before Green Bay'...
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- This should be an easy victory for the Packers. They have plenty of injuries to overcome, but there is very little that the 1-5 Jacksonville Jaguars do well.Last season, when Green Bay hosted an inferior opponent at Lambeau Field, it mostly resulted in blowouts, including a 26-point rout over the Kyle Orton-led Broncos, a 21-point win over the Rams and a 38-point...
The playing status of Green Bay Packers wide receiver Jordy Nelson will be a game-time decision, according to NFL.com. Nelson was listed on the team's injury report Friday as questionable with a hamstring injury. Nelson did not practice Thursday or Friday as the Packers prepare to play the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday. Nelson has caught 17 receptions for 243 yards with...
Green Bay Packers fans now have a new way to showcase their team pride, thanks to Wisconsin-based clothing retailer, Lands’ End. The company developed an exclusive collection to celebrate the 13-time championship winning team and its traditions. The “Titletown” line features a range of green and gold apparel and accessories for the entire family, including dresses, shirts...
The Green Bay Packers have ruled several players, including wide
receiver Greg Jennings (groin) and fullback John Kuhn (hamstring), out for Sunday’s
matchup with the Jacksonville Jaguars. One other key player is considered a
game-time decision; wide receiver Jordy Nelson (hamstring), according to ESPN Milwaukee.
McCarthy said Nelson was
examined by team physician Dr. Pat...
The Green Bay Packers are known for winning world championships. So much so, that Lands' End has made a clothing line representing their greatness.
The Packers and the lifestyle brand have teamed up to launch an exclusive Titletown Collection that will be available on both the Packers Pro Shop and on the Lands' End website. Not a bad revenue builder for a team that is...
Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy announced today that wide receiver Jordy Nelson will test his hamstring prior to Sunday’s game against the Jaguars. if Nelson is unable to … Continue reading »
Undrafted, cut twice and having found a "real" job in construction, Brett Goode got a call from the Packers just before 2008 season. One of the most anonymous players on the team, Goode has been rewarded for going unnoticed.
Lethal weapons produce the most impact. Some of the impact is noticeable. Other times the impact is subtle but just as forceful. While the most lethal weapons in the NFL need a little help from their friends, they are pretty darn great all by themselves. Whether they sling the ball, run the ball, kick the ball or strip the ball, all the action is hardly every met by an opposite...