People can talk about Jamarko and how he is Greg Jennings 2.0 but I am more excited about the human wrecking machine, Quinn Johnson.
Last year we put up with the Favre situation and it was a pain for the fans. Not the case this year.
The Packers Lounge has a spy in Mississippi covering the Favre story. Here are the top 10 things he heard when Childress arrived.
It was one year ago today, May 6th 2008, when Brett Favre approached the microphone and retired from the Green Bay Packers.
A Year ago Mark Murphy offered Brett a 20 million dollar olive branch. Brett declined. What about this year?
There’s a very good chance I am killed (or tackled to the ground) for spilling the beans on the secret brotherhood known as “The Church of Kampman.”
The 2009 draft is over and it sure had its moments. Here are my top 10 moments from the draft weekend!
I know you’re thinking about coming back, Brett. You probably want to stick it to the Pack. Do it. I dare you.
Dale Z and Bobby O’ Shea discuss one of the best Green Bay drafts in years.
Going into the draft most fans were of the mindset that we needed to address the defensive line, linebackers, and offensive line. Mission accomplished.
The podcaster search ends as me and the new guy discuss the 2009 NFL draft!
After the NFL draft, we will either have a great nose tackle or a great defensive endlinebacker.
I’ve been disagreeing with my pals at Cheeseheadtv.com lately, and that trend continues.