Week 14: Green Bay Packers vs. Atlanta Falcons
This Week’s Pick
Green Bay Packers
There is a strong argument against the Packers here, but Green Bay is going up against the one team with a worse defense than them. Atlanta, a dome team, will struggle in the cold and Green Bay wins a game uglier than...
Perhaps nobody took the Thanksgiving loss at Detroit harder than Marshall Newhouse. The Packers won a lot of games and scored a lot of points with Newhouse at left tackle. On Sunday against Atlanta, Newhouse could be an option at three positions.
Packers tackle Marshall Newhouse can be good on the right side of the offensive line.
Marshall Newhouse should be benched whenever the Packers play the New York Giants. He shouldn’t even be active.
In three games against the Giants since 2011 — including a playoff loss — Aaron Rodgers has been sacked 11 times and the Packers have managed only 230 total rushing yards when you...
Veteran Marshall Newhouse will compete for the starting job at right tackle in 2013
It took too long, but the Green Bay Packers finally did the right thing when it comes to the offensive line. Moving Bryan Bulaga to left tackle won’t make this group the second coming of the Hogs, but it should make things a lot better. There’s a reason teams play their best tackle on the left...
Green Bay Packers beat writer Paul Imig will be analyzing the 25 most important players to the Packers' success in the 2013 season. Check back each day to see the latest player on the list.
Note: This is not a list of the team's 25 best players or a series about past success, but rather which of them means the most to how Green Bay will fare this year. Criteria such as depth...
Packers T Marshall Newhouse
1) Introduction: Marshall Newhouse may have been the Packers best offensive lineman down the stretch. But overall, his numbers were about the same as they were a season ago, when Newhouse was a struggling first-year starter. Was Newhouse’s strong finish a sign of good things to come? Or just an average player having a good three-game run?
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...
Packers T Marshall Newhouse has been solid so far this season.
Regular readers of this site know that we like to cite Pro Football Focus (PFF) metrics when talking about the Packers. I wouldn’t call any of us football sabermaticians, but PFF does some excellent work trying to make football analysis as objective as possible.
Too often, people either treat sites like PFF as the...
With the departure of Chad Clifton this offseason, 2010 fifth round pick Marshall Newhouse is expected to step in at left tackle this season, according to Peter Dougherty of the Green Bay Press-Gazette.
“In the 2010 and ’11 drafts, General Manager Ted Thompson used his first-round pick on candidates for the job, Bryan Bulaga in ’10 and Derek Sherrod last year....
Young offensive lineman had his ups and downs last season
Marshall Newhouse started 11 games at left tackle last season, and all things considered, he did an admirable job. While the second-year player from TCU gave up too many pressures and sacks, he generally held his own. And while generally holding your own may not sound all that impressive, for last year’s Packers, it was...