The Green Bay Packers passing game has been in shambles for most of the season. Now the Packers running back situation has become muddled with more questions than answers challenging Mike McCarthy’s coaching staff.
When the Green Bay Packers step on to TFC Field this weekend they will be facing a make-or-break situation. Win and they regain a portion of first place in the NFC North. Lose and they face an uphill battle to win their fifth straight NFC North title.
It is fashionable for many scribes to award mid-season awards such as Most Valuable Player, Rookie of the Year, Most Improved, etc. Here are a few of our unconventional awards that you might not see elsewhere.
We take you around the NFC North and check in on the Green Bay Packers and their rivals the Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions and Minnesota Vikings. After week one of the NFL season the Packers find themsleves all alone in first place.
Two very familiar foes will line up across from one another this coming Sunday in Chicago when the Green Bay Packers take on the Chicago Bears. One team is the model of consistency and a popular pick to play in Super Bowl 50. The other team lightly regarded and picked to finish last in the NFC North.
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.
"I firmly believe that any man’s finest hour, the greatest fulfillment of all that he holds dear, is that moment when he has worked his heart out in a good cause and lies exhausted on the field of battle – victorious."