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History After Disappointing Loss Favors Packers

History After Disappointing Loss Favors Packers

The Green Bay Packers could very well lose Sunday’s game.  However if history is any indication, the team could well be back on track by Sunday night.

Cory's Corner: Aaron Rodgers is failing at taking chances

Cory's Corner: Aaron Rodgers is failing at taking chances

There’s no argument that Aaron Rodgers is one of the best quarterbacks in the game. His throwing, running and perceptive qualities are off the cha...

Cory's Corner: This game isn't about Manning and Rodgers

Cory's Corner: This game isn't about Manning and Rodgers

The Packers-Broncos game isn’t about a fading superstar trying to prove himself in an uncomfortable offense.

Injuries and Bye Week Cloud Packers Preparation for Chargers

Injuries and Bye Week Cloud Packers Preparation for Chargers

For Green Bay Packers Head Coach Mike McCarthy the messages sent to his players this week was simple and straight-forward. First ‘I don’t want to hear anything about the bye week’, and secondly ‘if you are healthy you play’ regardless of when the bye week happens to fall.

Around the NFC North

Around the NFC North

News from around the NFC North including the defending champion and first place Green Bay Packers as well as the Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions and Minnesota Vikings.

Cory's Corner: There's nothing wrong with the offense

Cory's Corner: There's nothing wrong with the offense

It finally happened. Aaron Rodgers threw a pick at Lambeau Field to snap his streak of 586 passes without an interception at home. Then he threw a...

Cory's Corner: The Packers are perfectly nasty

Cory's Corner: The Packers are perfectly nasty

We’re at the quarter pole of the season already and the Packers are right where they want to be.

Grading Pro Football Focus on Aaron Rodgers

Grading Pro Football Focus on Aaron Rodgers

After reviewing the tape, Andy Herman gives his grade of PFF's analysis.

Railbird Central Podcast: PFF Responds to Aaron Rodgers Grade

Railbird Central Podcast: PFF Responds to Aaron Rodgers Grade

Nathan Jahnke of ProFootballFocus offers rationale for the pedestrian grade given to the Packers quarterback.

Cory's Corner: The Aaron Rodgers effect

Cory's Corner: The Aaron Rodgers effect

Aaron Rodgers did it again.

Cory's Corner: Packers pass rush will sack Chiefs

Cory's Corner: Packers pass rush will sack Chiefs

To win in today’s NFL, you need an elite quarterback. If you don’t have one, you need to attack the passer.

Aaron Rodgers May Become the Best Quarterback Ever

Aaron Rodgers May Become the Best Quarterback Ever

Fans of the Green Bay Packers are spoiled by the play from their quarterback position.  Who would have guessed after a nasty Favre-Packers divorce in 2008 that Packers fans might be treated to perhaps an even greater performance out of the quarterback position?

Cory's Corner: James Starks showcases the Packers' depth

Cory's Corner: James Starks showcases the Packers' depth

Being a backup in sports is awkward. You don’t get the same reps that the No. 1 units get, but you are expected to be ready at a moment’s notice.

Cory's Corner: Look out NFL, James Jones is playing mad

Cory's Corner: Look out NFL, James Jones is playing mad

I liked the James Jones signing. I thought he was a perfect addition for a team that needed a proven big target — especially in the red zone.

Cory's Corner: Packers-Bears is no longer a rivalry

Cory's Corner: Packers-Bears is no longer a rivalry

The definition of a rivalry is defined as, “competition for the same objective or for superiority in the same field.”

Around the NFC North

Around the NFC North

The Green Bay Packers kick-off their 2105 season by opening up against the Chicago Bears in Soldier Field in Chicago.  The Lions and Vikings start the season as both will travel to California.

Cory's Corner: Scott Tolzien deserves the backup QB job

Cory's Corner: Scott Tolzien deserves the backup QB job

The backup quarterback race this year has a lot of similarities to last year.

Predicting the Green Bay Packers Final 53-Man Roster – Version 3.0

Predicting the Green Bay Packers Final 53-Man Roster – Version 3.0

Later today or tomorrow ( by 3 P.M. Central) we will learn the final makeup of 53-man roster which will open the season for the Green Bay Packers at Chicago on Sunday, September 13.  Today, with a full body of work now in the books, we roll out our final Version 3.0.

Cory's Corner: Packers have concerns, not confidence

Cory's Corner: Packers have concerns, not confidence

The Packers may only be three games into the worthless preseason schedule, but I’m not expecting Aaron Rodgers to come out with another R-E-L-A-X ...

Cory’s Corner: This is Aaron Rodgers’ toughest test

Cory’s Corner: This is Aaron Rodgers’ toughest test

The offensive line has been decimated with injuries. And now one of the Packers’ elite wide receivers tears an ACL. Aaron Rodgers is back to squar...

Cory's Corner: Scott Tolzien's story keeps getting better

Cory's Corner: Scott Tolzien's story keeps getting better

Scott Tolzien has certainly come a long ways since his days as a game manager at the University of Wisconsin.

Early Packers Training Camp Awards Feature Surprises

Early Packers Training Camp Awards Feature Surprises

The 2015 version of the Green Bay Packers has been previewed and some early awards are ready to be dispensed.  And there are a few surprises.

Cory's Corner: Wide receiver depth is key for the Packers

Cory's Corner: Wide receiver depth is key for the Packers

We all know expectations are high. When you replace Brett Favre with Aaron Rodgers, expectations are going be pretty lofty.

Cory's Corner: The Packers are Wisconsin's sports savior

Cory's Corner: The Packers are Wisconsin's sports savior

The Packers’ 2015 training camp opens in earnest on Thursday.

Appreciating the Packers' 2014 Offensive Greatness

Appreciating the Packers' 2014 Offensive Greatness

It hasn't been talked about a lot, but the Packers were one of the most efficient offenses in NFL history last season. 

The Packers Most Irreplaceable Starter Not Named Aaron Rodgers

The Packers Most Irreplaceable Starter Not Named Aaron Rodgers

The one player that the Green Bay Packers can least afford to lose to injury, who is not named Aaron Rodgers, is third year pro David Bakhtiari.  There is just no suitable replacement for him on the current roster without a major shuffle of personnel.

Rodgers Speaks, Reporters Listen and Write Things Down

Rodgers Speaks, Reporters Listen and Write Things Down

QB1 sat down with Ty Dunne of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and Rob Demovsky of ESPN on Tuesday. 

Would Rodgers Playing More In Preseason Help Packers Start Faster?

Would Rodgers Playing More In Preseason Help Packers Start Faster?

The quarterback, while the best in the buisness, may still need the help preseason games provide. 

No Mystery To Packers' Success With Offseason Participation

No Mystery To Packers' Success With Offseason Participation

Mike McCarthy and Aaron Rodgers were both asked about the Packers once again having near perfect attendance for voluntary activities. One was a bit more upfront than the other. 

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"A school without football is in danger of deteriorating into a medieval study hall. "
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"The Bears still suck!"