Put Up or Shut Up Time has Arrived for Green Bay Packers Special Teams

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The Green Bay Packers special teams have been the laughing stock of NFL special teams for a long time. They were so bad last season, that they cost the Packers advancing in the NFC playoffs. This off-season, general manager Brian Gutekunst and head coach Matt LaFleur made sure to spend the time and capital on improving the downtrodden unit. The time has arrived to see if that time and capital were well spent. The Green Bay Packers special teams will be under a microscope in the season opener against the Minnesota Vikings. READ MORE


Amari Rodgers Shows Progress in Green Bay Packers Opening Preseason Game

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NFL preseason games don't bring a lot of excitement to NFL fans. That is especially the case in the first preseason game. Most of the first-stringers don't even suit up. But for backups, looking to stand out, it gives them an opportunity to do so. Green Bay Packers wide receiver Amari Rodgers made the most of the opportunity against the San Francisco 49ers on Friday night. READ MORE



Breakdown of the 2021 Green Bay Packers Wide Receivers

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We continue our positional breakdown of the 2021 Green Bay Packers. So far, the breakdowns have consisted of the tight ends, offensive tackles, and offensive guards and centers. In today's installment, it will be a continuation on the offensive side of the ball. A breakdown of the 2021 Green Bay Packers wide receivers.  READ MORE







Green Bay Packers Special Teams Should be Helped out by the 2021 Draft Class

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It wasn't just last season that the Packers special teams were awful. It has been a long recent history of below-average play that has come from the Packers special teams unit. Shawn Slocum, Ron Zook, and most recently Mennenga oversaw special teams units that failed to contribute. Now, it will be up to the first-year coordinator Maurice Drayton to turn around the Packers special teams. READ MORE