With just three games remaining, the Packers will face each of the team playing on Monday Night Football. Kickoff is at 7:40 p.m. CT on ESPN.
Quick takes from the Green Bay Packers’ 22-21 win over the Atlanta Falcons in Week 14 from Lambeau Field.
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly from the Packers’ victory over the Falcons.
Aaron’s gut reactions from the Packers’ win over the Falcons.
Jarrett Bush and Andrew Quarless were two of the unlikely heroes in the Packers’ 22-21 win over the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday.
Five questions the Green Bay Packers need to answer against the Atlanta Falcons in Week 14.
Garda gives you his thoughts on massive contracts in baseball (yup), Gary Kubiak’s firing and who might want to start thinking draft instead of playoffs.
Aaron Rodgers has officially been ruled out of Sunday’s game. Cheesehead TV has the prediction on who will join him on the sidelines.
Brian Carriveau joins K107 to preview Sunday’s Packers-Falcons game and gets into a discussion of the Green Bay general manager.
Friday’s episode also includes a discussion of what the Packers offensive line looks like without Evan Dietrich-Smith and David Bakhtiari.
The Packers center missed Thursday’s practice session with a new ailment shortly after coming back from a knee injury.
The Packers, now down to 5-6-1 and coming off a semi-bye week after being embarrassed by the Detroit Lions on Thanksgiving, might have a glimmer of hope for the playoffs but would be better served by looking in the mirror instead. Ty Dunne of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel joins us for a hard look at our favorite team down on its luck.
Without Bakhtiari and Dietrich-Smith practicing on Thursday, the Packers are having to do with a makeshift offensive line.
An injury to Evan Dietrich-Smith could have a ripple effect on who plays on the right side of the Packers offensive line.
The Packers were relatively healthy on practice on Wednesday with only two players missing due to injury.
Nathan Jahnke of ProFootballFocus.com joins Railbird Central to give us his weekly status check on the Green Bay Packers.
The Packers begin their first day of practice this week in preparation for the Atlanta Falcons this weekend.
The second-year safety was released on Tuesday in order to make room for running back Khalil Bell on the Packers roster.
If and when the Packers make the signing of Bell official, they’ll either have to place a player on injured reserve or release one.
Cobb is eligible to return to practice, but he reportedly hasn’t even been cleared to run yet, according to Drew Smith of Fox 11 in Green Bay.