Hard to complain about the offense heading into 2011.
Fantasy owners across the country are elated with either of four Green Bay Packer receivers. Greg Jennings has more than lived up to his contract, posting a personal best 15 touchdowns and nearly 1250 receiving yards.
Lumpkin is a power runner like Ryan Grant, but with better vision and moves. He can make defenders miss, doesn’t run into his blockers (unlike Grant) and can push the pile when a hole isn’t there.
The wildcat offense is the new hotness in the NFL. The Miami Dolphins actually won games using it. It led me to ask: Should Green Bay run the wildcat?
Mark Tauscher is injured and we won’t see him for the rest of the year. We also won’t see him ever again in a Green Bay uniform.
It annoys me when people use broad statements like “The Packers suck!” or “This offense sucks!” The Packers do not suck, but there ARE areas that do. Let’s take a closer look.
Calm and Collected over Wild and Aggressive. That’s what the Green Bay Packers seemed to have transformed in to over the last year.
Dale Z + Beer + Microphone = Parody Song (Mature Audiences Only)
The season looked over. The Vikings started off hot with their stud running back while the Bears somehow kept winning games. It looked like the Packers were done. Oh, how things change.
BAD FIVE! The Fab Five, the five receiver set the Packers use, is always a fan favorite. It’s awesome in every way, but we need to not do it again this year.
Here is some Aaron Rodgers on the Larry McCarren show. Just click on the box with Larry.
As a fan, the bye week frustrates me and gives me football blue balls, but it does give me an opportunity to reflect on the state of the team.