The exposure of the Packers’ 3-4 defense against the read-option offense has some folks calling for a switch to a 4-3 scheme. It’s time to quit worrying about the scheme and start worrying about the kind of players we are bringing in.
Head coach Mike McCarthy answered questions about the future of the defensive coordinator position in Green Bay. That and more in today’s Daily Links…
The Packers are playing coy when it comes to the future of Dom Capers, but should provide some answers today.
In a discussion on K107 in Fond du Lac, the future of defensive coordinator Dom Capers comes up.
The Packers have 35 sacks this season, sixth-most in the NFL and a major improvement from a year ago.
The Green Bay Packers are soon to return both Charles Woodson and Sam Shields. Defensive coordinator Dom Capers must now figure out how to split the snaps for his deep secondary.
Listen to the latest from the Cheesehead Radio gang as Rob Demovsky talks about everything from Aaron Rodgers to Dom Capers to…Brett Conway??
The defense of the 2012 Green Bay Packers has been statistically miles ahead of its 2011 counterpart, but let’s pump the brakes on crowning this unit so early.
The Packers will face their sixth rookie quarterback in the Dom Capers era Monday night in Seattle. Here’s how they fared in five previous rookie scenarios.
The issues that plagued the Packers defense in 2011 are the same ones that appeared in the Packers’ season opening loss to the 49ers, and defensive coordinator Dom Capers is to blame.
Charles Woodson returned to the practice field Tuesday for the start of Packers’ minicamp, but little was learned about any changes we’ll see in his role for 2012.
The Packers continued plugging in Nick Perry on the left side Tuesday, with Pro Bowl OLB Clay Matthews shifting over to the right. Does the schematic fit make sense?
A portion of Dom Capers’ graduation address at the University of Mount Union is shared by Peter King of Sports Illustrated.
Defensive coordinator Dom Capers will address the graduating class at the University of Mount Union on Saturday May 5.
Based on the way the Packers are approaching this offseason, it looks like they might consider running a 3-4/4-3 hybrid-type defense in the same vein as the New England Patriots.
The Packers head coach says both young linebackers will get long looks at both inside and outside linebacker.
Defensive coordinator Dom Capers has a choice to make with his aging cornerback.
The Packers defensive coordinator needs to take his head coaches words about refusing to be “the hunted” to heart.
Don’t expect any grand moves from Ted Thompson to fill the hole opposite Clay Matthews in Dom Capers’ defense.
Don’t expect the Packers defense to transform into something it isn’t. Expect it to play slightly better than it has the past month and to help the Packers get to Indianapolis.