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Is Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers too low in this week’s QB Rankings?

Quarterback is the most important position in all of sports. That’s why teams are so willing to pony up big bucks to a signal caller when they have (or think they have) a guy who can do the job. One look at the highest paid players in the NFL will support this fact; it’s a list littered with QBs. But part of the equation is also tied to supply and demand. Sometimes, teams are...
Via cover32 - Packers
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Green Bay Packers: Top 3 defensive backs of all-time

A ball-hawking secondary is what makes a good defense a great defense. The secondary’s ability to create turnovers at any point in a game is a great asset to have. The Green Bay Packers have had many great players in the secondary throughout the franchise’s history but who would be the top three of all-time? Charles Woodson (2006-2012) Charles Woodson was not so happy to be...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Is Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers the biggest bargain in the NFL?

Quarterback is the most important position in all of sports. That’s why teams are so willing to pony up big bucks to a signal caller when they have (or think they have) a guy who can do the job. One look at the highest paid players in the NFL will support this fact; it’s a list littered with QBs. If the mega-contract is given to a player who is actually worthy of big money, it’s...
Via cover32 - Packers
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Green Bay Packers: Mike McCarthy gives up play calling

During the NFC Championship game against the Seattle Seahawks, Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy was under fire for some of his decision making.  The Packers had several goal to go situations that resulted in field goals instead of touchdowns.  McCarthy also took some heat for being conservative with his play calling when the Packers had the lead late in the game. Earlier...
Via isportsweb.com
11 days ago  |  Discuss

2010’s NFL All-Decade Team: Quarterbacks

With half of the decade in the rearview mirror, now is a good time to reflect on some of the best performances we’ve seen in the past five years. Over the next several weeks, I will be creating an all-decade roster based based on what we’ve seen since 2010. Let’s get started with the best quarterbacks of the decade. 3. Peyton Manning Peyton Manning I struggled putting Manning...
Via isportsweb.com
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Aaron Rodgers Blames Turf at Raymond James Stadium for Calf Injury

Green Bay Packers’ quarterback Aaron Rodgers indicated this week that the turf at Tampa Bay’s Raymond James Stadium is to blame for a lingering calf injury that limited him during playoffs. On his radio show on ESPN Milwaukee, Rodgers stated his concerns about the stadium turf that he also blamed for a prior shoulder injury. The calf was, in my opinion, due to the poor surface...
Via Sportsnaut
20 days ago  |  Discuss

Aaron Rodgers blames calf injury on ‘the poor surface in Tampa’

Aaron Rodgers originally suffered the calf injury that had him limping around while gutting it out in the playoffs during a Dec. 21 road game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Raymond James Stadium. The Green Bay Packers quarterback says now that when he first hurt the calf in the first half of a 20-3...Read More The post Aaron Rodgers blames calf injury on ‘the poor surface...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Munn: I didn't know who Aaron Rodgers was when we met

We all know chicks dig quarterbacks, but sometimes chicks can dig quarterbacks before they even know they are quarterbacks. Olivia Munn is living proof of this. Munn, who has been dating Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers for quite some time, told Conan O’Brien on Tuesday night that she had no idea who Rodgers was...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
January 21, 2015  |  Discuss

Aaron Rodgers once told Phil Simms he over-inflates footballs

Just in case you were wondering how common it is for NFL teams to mess with the amount of air that goes in or comes out of an official game ball, the internet has uncovered an intriguing clip that seems to indicate Aaron Rodgers has admitted to “cheating” this way in the past. Earlier this...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
January 20, 2015  |  Discuss

Aaron Rodgers will think about loss 'for the rest of my career'

Aaron Rodgers’ press conference following Sunday’s devastating NFC Playoff loss to Seattle had to be one of the most difficult he has conducted in his career. Going into the second half of the game, the Packers had a 16-0 lead over the Seattle Seahawks. Explaining how that lead slipped away, score by score, Rodgers had some raw words to share with the media (via NFL.com). ...
Via Sportsnaut
January 19, 2015  |  Discuss
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