All Entries Tagged With: "Packer Defense"

Nathan Jahnke of joins the show to discuss the problems facing the Packers rush defense.

Eliminating the missed tackles and getting healthy are two ways the Packers can impove their 32nd-ranked rush defense.

Aaron Rodgers thinks the Packers defense is playing like the one from 2010. Is he at all right?

The Packers face a familiar foe when they take on former assistant Joe Philbin in Miami on Sunday.

Scott McKenna joins the show to break down a Packers win, and Kyle Cousineau gives us the lowdown on Throwback Weekend.

The Packers will be prepared if either Teddy Bridgewater or Christian Ponder starts at quarterback.

The Packers must feel satisfied with the way their No. 1 defense has played this preseason. 

Tramon Williams, Jarrett Bush and Davon House all have contracts expiring following the 2014 season. Will they be back in Green Bay next year?

Mike McCarthy calls the changes to the Packers defense as "less scheme, more personnel," and it's a response to the failures of Dom Capers' defenses of the past.

There's nothing wrong with Daniels' passion for the game of football, but there's no place for his comments of "decking somebody in the locker room."

In the third and fourth rounds of the NFL Draft, the Packers added players that play with a high motor and operate in a sixth gear.

The Packers made some head-scratching picks in the third round of the NFL Draft. It's time to hope Ted Thompson knows what he's doing.

The Packers could stand an upgrade over A.J. Hawk and Brad Jones at inside linebacker, and they just might have done so with the addition of Julius Peppers.

Meeting with local reporters on Monday, head coach Mike McCarthy confirmed the Packers would continue to run a base 3-4 despite reclassification of...

The former Packers linebacker and current Fox Sports analyst had some biting words of criticism on the makeup of the Green Bay defense.

After a season with filled with subpar safety play, the Packers must decide whether or not to re-sign M.D. Jennings or get active in free agency.

The biggest offseason question mark at the position is Sam Shields, who could potentially be a candidate for the franchise tag.

The Packers enter an offseason wondering whether they can do better than A.J. Hawk and Brad Jones manning the position.

Packers outside linebacker Mike Neal is scheduled to become a free agent in March. Will he stay or will he go?

The Packers have four defensive linemen set to become free agents: B.J. Raji, Ryan Pickett, Johnny Jolly and C.J. Wilson. Not all four figure to be back.

Unfortunately for the Packers, their defense is not equipped to go on a four-game winning streak it would take to hoist the Lombardi Trophy.

General manager Ted Thompson has assembled a collection of defensive players that have one redeeming quality but not enough all-around talent.

The Packers have the third-most sacks in the NFL this season, but that means little to a team with a losing record.

Clay Matthews missed four full game, Nick Perry has missed five, and the Packers defense has struggled without both of them in the lineup at the same time.

Packers general manager Ted Thompson ignored all avenues to add depth at safety in 2013, be it the NFL draft, undrafted free agency or veteran free agency.

"Paul Ott Carruth", a former player and coach who wishes to remain anonymous, breaks down the Packers' issues on the defensive side of the ball.

Aaron shares some random thoughts about the Packers defense.

Discussed on Monday's episode was the consecutive losses the Packers suffered at home for the first time since 2008.

On Tuesday, I joined hosts Paul Chivari and Ryan Fahey on to take a look back at the Monday Night Football game

Rookie outside linebackers Andy Mulumba and Nate Palmer held their own this past Sunday against the Cleveland Browns.