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Packer Offense

All Entries in the "Packer Offense" Category

Into the Quarterback Fire we go

Into the Quarterback Fire we go

Greg Bedard makes a good argument (sorry, sub required) for why the Packers are going to be a solidly better 53-man roster.

It Tolls For Thee, Koren...

It Tolls For Thee, Koren...

The Packers released Koren Robinson today, as many expected after the draft.

Speaking of Roster Spots...

Speaking of Roster Spots...

... it's interesting to note that the Packers currently have 13 wide receivers on the roster.

Back To Football...

Back To Football...

With the first great Blog Battle of 2008 behind us, let's turn our attention where it belongs - on the field.

Baker Tabbed Again

Baker Tabbed Again

And now, Nolan Nawrocki has jumped on the Sam Baker bandwagon.

Rodgers To Have Same Line Options As Favre

Rodgers To Have Same Line Options As Favre

McCarthy held court yesterday at the NFL owners meetings.

Memo To Thompson: Sign Tim Rattay

Memo To Thompson: Sign Tim Rattay

With Packer fans in full-fledged speculation mode about the possible moves Ted Thompson could make to fill out the depth chart behind Aaron Rodgers...

Can Rodgers Break the Tedford Curse?

Can Rodgers Break the Tedford Curse?

Great piece by Matt Sohn over at Pro Football Weekly regarding Aaron Rodgers and his connection to Jeff Tedford,

Greatest Run and Pass at Lambeau 2007-08

Greatest Run and Pass at Lambeau 2007-08

Packers.com Video showcases favorite pass and run plays at Lambeau for the fans to vote on their favorite play. The run poll has ended and I think...

Driver: No Touchdowns? No Problem.

Driver: No Touchdowns? No Problem.

Nice piece from the AP, run over at the Sporting News, about the unselfish nature of Donald Driver.

James Jones Is Back

James Jones Is Back

Throughout the month of December, we kept hearing and reading how Koren Robinson and Ruvell Martin were making their moves to take over the #3 WR...

Premium Matchup

Premium Matchup

You can have your Favre vs. Urlacher or your Woodson vs. Berrian. For my money, the best match-up to watch this weekend will be Spitz vs. Briggs.

What Has Happened To the Screen Game?

What Has Happened To the Screen Game?

One thing (ok, more than one, but one for this post) has been bothering me lately about the Packers' offense. Actually, I think Corey touched on it...

Think About This

Think About This

Craig Nall could be the starting quarterback for the Green Bay Packers on Sunday.

From the Iron-Man to Mr. Glass

From the Iron-Man to Mr. Glass

Aaron Rodgers is hurt, again.

It\'s About Damn Time

It\'s About Damn Time

Far be it from me to revel in another man's misery, (unless that man coaches the Minnesota Vikings...) but McCarthy is finally doing the right...

The Best Breakdown of the Packers Offense

The Best Breakdown of the Packers Offense

Mike Tanier of Footballoutsiders.com and his Two Deep Zone column are treasures and all football fans everywhere are lucky to have them.

Proof That You Don\'t Need A Brain - Part II

Proof That You Don\'t Need A Brain - Part II

The anonymous quotes from NFL Scouts, coaches and personnel people over at Pro Football Weekly are always worth their weight in gold, if only to...

Patriot Way?

Patriot Way?

Just going over the Lions game again and noticed something interesting -

Big Dose of \'Big Five\'

Big Dose of \'Big Five\'

Having just said the Packers need to 'keep it simple', I still think fans should expect a healthy dose of the new 'Big Five' formation this...

Don\'t Look Past The Panthers

Don\'t Look Past The Panthers

I understand the impetus for fans to look ahead to the Dallas game. It's natural to see that game as the showdown for home field advantage in the...

Storm Clouds In the Running Game?

Storm Clouds In the Running Game?

While all of Packerdom celebrates the return of the running game to the Green Bay Packer offense, close observers will notice a faint warning sign,...

Baby Steps For the Running Game

Baby Steps For the Running Game

Yes, the line and the running back looked light years better than they have in the running game. But of course, as no single person who follows...

Look For the Packers To Come Out Pounding It

Look For the Packers To Come Out Pounding It

The Packers spent a good part of today's practice working on their running game.

Old News

Old News

Much is being made of Favre's struggles with the long-ball against the Redskins. In Favre's latest presser, the Great One got a tad bit testy with...

Packers Back At Practice

Packers Back At Practice

The team was back at it yesterday, staging a full 2 hour practice in pads after their bye week. Coach McCarthy told reporters:

Robinson Back In the Fold

Robinson Back In the Fold

It will be interesting to see what kind of moves the Packers make to make room for Koren Robinson, who was reinstated by Commissioner Goodell...

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

The Good: The Defensive Line Charles Woodson Atari Bigby The Bad: The Offensive Line DeShawn Wynn Mason Crosby The Ugly: Brett Favre

The Brilliance That Is Mrs. Nagler

The Brilliance That Is Mrs. Nagler

My wife, bless her, made a brilliant observation during the game that I wanted to share.

Three Years Later - Guard Position Still A Problem

Three Years Later - Guard Position Still A Problem

I've been a pretty ardent supporter of Ted Thompson and his methodology for building the Packers.

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