After a fantastic season in 2010, several members of the Packers defensive backfield regressed more than many expected.
A core special teams player most of the year, Brad Jones looks to get a big opportunity on defense during the playoffs starting on Sunday when the Packers host the Giants.
The statistics show the Packers have the most prolific group of wide receivers in the NFL.
While James Starks has issues staying healthy, Ryan Grant has given the Packers stability at the running back position the past month and a half.
The presence of pass rusher Jason Pierre-Paul, who has 16.5 sacks this season, makes the Giants a threat to the Packers in the playoffs.
Tight end Tom Crabtree credits the coaching staff for instilling a culture that avoids costly mistakes.
Chad Clifton deserves to start at left tackle for the Packers during the NFL playoffs.
Did B.J. Raji deserve to go to the Pro Bowl? Perhaps not, if based on his run defense.
At least one member of the Green Bay Packers isn't interested in getting revenge on the Lions defensive lineman.
The Packers didn't register a single sack for the second straight game when the beat the Chicago Bears on Christmas.
Left tackle Marshall Newhouse will face several good pass rushers the rest of the regular season and in the playoffs.
On Christmas, Green Bay will play Chicago for the fourth time in one calendar year, a rare occurrence in today's NFL.
Tonight's Monday Night Football game between the 49ers and the Steelers could has playoff implications for the Green Bay Packers.
An interview with Nathan Jahnke of ProFootballFocus.com provides some evidence that the rookie inside linebacker is playing better than the veteran.
Tamba Hali will be zeroing in on quarterback Aaron Rodgers this weekend, so pass protectors must be aware of his presence at all times.
Young inside linebackers D.J. Smith and Robert Francois contributed to three turnovers alone in a victory over the Oakland Raiders on Sunday.
Amazingly, Aaron Rodgers just keeps on getting on better. He may not have hit his peak yet.
Since 2010, cornerback Tramon Williams is No. 1 in the NFL in both interceptions and interception return yardage.
Dropped passes were an issue for other Packers receivers on Sunday, but not for Jordy Nelson and Donald Driver, who each made spectacular catches against the Giants.
When the Packers travel to New York on Sunday, they'll have to avoid turning the ball over, something the Giants are good at forcing.
Defensive lineman Ryan Pickett deserves credit for his solid, if unspectacular, play week in and week out.
The Packers' next opponent, the New York Giants, were Green Bay's victim in Week 16 of the 2010 season.
In the Thanksgiving Day win over the Lions, several backups stepped into featured roles on both offense and defense.
Mike McCarthy owns a 9-1 record against the Detroit Lions, but what he's done in the past won't dictate the future.
One on one battles between Josh Sitton and Ndamukong Suh last season were a war. Sitton must be ready for Suh on Thursday as the Packers travel to Detroit for Thanksgiving.
Jordy Nelson and Josh Freeman played together at Kansas State. Now they're opponents on Sunday at Lambeau Field.
The Tampa Bay defense can't seem to stop anyone this year, which could mean more offensive fireworks from the Packers on Sunday.
The Packers can only hope safety Morgan Burnett gets back to intercepting passes as his cast gets smaller and eventually comes off.
Monday Night Football will feature two of the better cornerbacks in the NFL, two guys that know how to hit.
Young left tackle Marshall Newhouse faces NFL sack leader Jared Allen for the second time this season on Monday Night Football.