Green Bay Packers Opinion/Editorial Sports

Aaron Rodgers: Is A-Rod Possibly Becoming Unhappy In Green Bay?

It was a frustrating 2017 season for many in the Packers organization. Aaron Rodgers went down with an injury and the team proved once again that they are incapable of maintaining a high level without him. It was so evident in fact that the front office performed a major overhaul cleansing itself of quite a few of their personnel and coaches, including quarterbacks coach Alex Van Pelt. The move upset

Despite Being Snubbed by Experts, Mason Rudolph is Still a Top Quarterback in the 2018 NFL Draft

Mason Rudolph has been one of the top quarterbacks in college football over the past three years and yet somehow it seems he often gets left in the shadows when conversations about the draft come up. Some experts don't even have him in the top five passers in this year's class. During his sophomore season in 2015, Rudolph overcame the deficiency of a Cowboys running game that posed almost no
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Equanimeous St. Brown is a Forgotten First Round Talent Heading into 2018 NFL Draft

At 6-foot-5, 203 pounds, Equanimeous "E.Q." St. Brown, formerly a wide receiver for the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame, runs a 4.44, 40 yard dash. He's unnaturally quick and fast for his size which is reminiscent of a another tall, lanky receiver, Randy Moss. He is also highly intelligent as he carried a 4.0 grade point average, speaks four different languages, and can run routes and read a defense with
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NFC Divisional Round: Thanks To Last-Second Miracle, Vikings Stuns Saints; Face Eagles In Title Game

Drew Brees had only been shut out four times in the first half of a game in his entire career with the Saints. Minnesota's swarming defense just made it five as they lured the normally accurate gunslinger in to two interceptions in the first two quarters of play. Case Keenum did enough to keep the offense moving forward. The Vikings running game added two touchdowns, one each from Jerick McKinnon
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AFC Divisional Round: Thanks To Leonard Fournette, Jaguars Dominate Steelers; Headed to New England for AFC Championship Game

In a game in which almost everyone seemed to think Pittsburgh would walk away with an easy victory, the Jaguars made an early statement by kicking the Steelers in the teeth behind two touchdowns by rookie running back Leonard Fournette. Pittsburgh was able to bounce back a little bit to close the gap to 28-14 at halftime and it looked like they might have a chance to get back in

Jon Gruden Hiring Gives the Raiders the Identity They Have Been Searching for Since He Left, but Doesn’t Guarantee Success

This current Raiders squad has a ton of talent and the ability to be one of the top teams in the league. They have their franchise quarterback locked up for quite a while, two receivers with explosive potential, a hard nosed running back signed for another year if they want him, and a defense that has the talent to compete with the best offenses in the league. So why did

Mike Pettine Headed to Green Bay as Packers Defenseive Coordinator

The Packers had a long list of candidates interviewing for the DC position but after a chat with former Cleveland Browns Head Coach Mike Pettine on Tuesday night it appears the search has quickly come to an end. Green Bay's defense has basically become a laughingstock over the last few seasons as team seem to be able to throw deep on them almost at will in the third and fourth