Garda returns with this week’s playoff game breakdowns.
The Packers haven’t played well recently during playoff games at Lambeau Field. More important might be the fact that the Vikings haven’t been good in outdoors games period in 2012.
Garda has run the numbers, consulted the crystal ball and read the tea leaves – now check out how the playoffs break down, how teams get in, how they could go home and how home field, byes and seat in front of the TVs shake out.
The Bears have everything going against them today. The Packers seem thrive in situations like that. The Packers can take a deep breath the rest of the regular season with a win. Does that make anyone else nervous?
Garda finally gets off his lazy butt for another Hard Count – talking the Good, Bad and Ugly, Playoffs (PLAYOFFS?) and his Weekly NFL picks – all while trying not to pull a Titus Young.
Mike McCarthy said, following the loss to the Giants, that the Packers had not played to their identity. C.D. talks about what that identity really is.
AG talks some Rams, Senior Bowl and Playoffs in this week’s edition of From the Press Box.
Brian joins The Watercooler on WBIZ in Eau Claire to talk about the Green Bay Packers and preview the NFL playoffs.
Hall of Fame safety LeRoy Butler looks back at the regular season and ahead to the playoffs in his weekly video series.
Head coach Mike McCarthy said on Monday that he expects to get everyone else back in time for the playoffs.
AG checks in from frigid Alaska, talking Senior Bowl, Tebow overreactions and Playoffs.
Will the Packers rest their starters when they play the Lions on New Year’s Day? That and more in today’s Daily Links…
Packers tight end Tom Crabtree joins us to talk about clinching home-field advantage for the playoffs, how that will impact the team and facing Ndamukong Suh on New Year’s Day.
AG writes a letter to the NFL, talks concussions, breaks some games down all before heading to the Great White North. No, Alaska, not Canada.
Green Bay needs to treat the game against Chicago on Christmas just like any other game they’ve played this season.
The Packers can still lock up home-field advantage by beating either Chicago or Detroit at Lambeau Field to close out the regular season.
The Packers haven’t looked perfect through three games, yet they have a 3-0 record. Just imagine how dominant they could be if they find a few remedies.
Based on past history, there’s already a good chance the Packers will qualify for the NFL playoffs. But they can’t become overconfident.
An improvement upon their 10-6 regular season record and the right to host playoff games at Lambeau Field are expected next year.
The Packers are looking to become the first team in the history of the NFC to win the Super Bowl.