All Entries Tagged With: "Packer Offense"

Despite adding Jimmy Graham, the tight end position group still looks like it is amongst the thinnest on the team. 

 Let's be honest: when your team has Aaron Rodgers under center, you can break every rule in the book.

After three weeks of play, Green Bay has a turnover differential of minus-2, which is tied for 22nd in the league.

By now, the storyline is familiar: the Green Bay Packers offense gets off to a slow start in the first half before putting together an incredible, come-from-behind second-half push.

The Green Bay Packers went with a familiar formula on offense in their 17-9 win over the Seattle Seahawks in Week 1.  That's fine, but it's about time for head coach Mike McCarthy to start showing off the new tricks he has up his sleeve in 2017. 

Even with Aaron Rodgers solidly embedded as the Packers long-term starting quarterback, the Packers still have some intrgue at the position. 

One of the most frustrating aspects of watching the Green Bay Packers flounder during the 2016 season is the fact that it doesn't always seem like it has to be this way. 

In news that had Packer Nation saying, "Finally!" on Tuesday, the Packers traded the Chiefs a conditional draft pick in exchange for running back...

The Green Bay Packers did a bold thing when they kept seven wide receivers (and only three inside linebackers) on the 53-man roster at the end of final cuts. After struggling on offense last season and dealing with injuries to multiple pass-catchers, the Packers clearly wanted to keep their homegrown talent on their roster and off other teams', as many players likely would not have gotten through waivers to be placed on the practice squad.  However, for a team that has seven wide receivers at its disposal—all of whom are active on game day, given their roles on special teams—the Packers sure aren't using them much on the field. 

It’s either Joe Montana, Tom Brady, John Elway, Peyton Manning and Dan Marino that has been mentioned ahead of him.

2015 was a lost year for the Packers' offense.  After being the finest offense in the league in 2014, just as the 2015 version of Dom Capers'...

The veteran wide receiver told SiriusXM NFL radio that the Packers have not contacted him about remaining in Green Bay next year. 

The Packers head coach says he still plans to use a "1-2 punch" at the position. 

News from around the NFC North and defending champion Green Bay Packers and their rivals the Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions and Minnesota Vikings.

It hasn't been talked about a lot, but the Packers were one of the most efficient offenses in NFL history last season. 

The glowing reviews are already coming in for McCarthy's big switch. Can the coach keep his hands off the play call sheet? 

The second year wide receiver out of Saginaw Valley State has a lot of work to do. 

The quarterback, while the best in the buisness, may still need the help preseason games provide. 

The Packers hope to cut back on miscommunications between the quarterback and his recievers.

The former Oregon player who came to Packers camp as an undrafted free agent last year is looking for one last shot. 

Former University of Wisconsin-Whitewater product Matt Blanchard has been added to the Packers roster. 

The Packers will bring back the veteran fullback for a ninth season. 

The Packers coach told reporters at the League Meetings he plans to be mindful of the young back's workload. 

It will be key to keep the chains moving against the No. 2 ranked third-down defense in the NFL.

The Packers are on pace to break the franchise record and tie the NFL record for turnovers in a season.

The Packers went 0-for-4 in the red zone against the Patriots. But why?

For two consecutive games, the screen pass has been featured prominently and executed near flawlessly in Green Bay.

"Paul Ott Carruth", a former player and coach who wishes to remain anonymous, breaks down different aspects of the Packers from an X's and O's standpoint

We're not talking about overhauling the Packers offense. It's time to give these home-run hitters just a small role rather than no role.

Play-action is still working for the run-starved Packers, and a rookie exceeding expectations early on.