Green Bay Packers Defense Not Even Close to Meeting Expectations

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Another Green Bay Packers game and another Green Bay Packers loss. Their 27-17 loss to the Tennessee Titans on Thursday night drops the Packers to a 4-7 record. Some expected the Packers, at the very least, to be contenders for another NFC North title heading into this season. But instead, the Packers turned out to be frauds. There are so many things that have gone wrong with the Packers. However, the biggest failure, and disappointment, has been the play of the Green Bay Packers defense. READ MORE


Green Bay Packers Offense Spoils Mike McCarthy’s Return to Lambeau Field

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On Sunday, at a chilly Lambeau Field, the Green Bay Packers snapped a five-game losing streak. It was a victory the Packers badly needed. While it keeps them mathematically still alive for the playoffs, the victory was more so for their overall sanity. The victory also spoiled the return of former head coach Mike McCarthy as well. But most importantly, the Green Bay Packers offense played like fans had been expecting it to would play this season. READ MORE




Matt LaFleur, Joe Barry Both to Blame for Green Bay Packers Loss

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Frustrating. Irritating. Unwatchable. Mind-blowing. These are just a few ways you can describe the Green Bay Packers second-half effort in their 27-22 week five loss to the New York Giants. The Giants entered the game with a 3-1 record, the same as the Packers. So the actual loss shouldn't be too mind-blowing. But it's how the Packers performed that should frustrate Packers fans. Especially their effort, or lack thereof, in the second half. There is a lot of blame for the Packers losing this game. That blame falls at the feet of both head coach Matt LaFleur and defensive coordinator Joe Barry. READ MORE


Jake Hanson Goes from Possible Roster Cut to Possible Valued Backup

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In the 2020 NFL Draft, Green Bay Packers general manager Brian Gutekunst selected nine players. Out of those nine players, four of them stand out. Of course, quarterback Jordan Love stands out because it was and continues to be a controversial selection. However, running back AJ Dillon, h-back/tight end Josiah Deguara, and starting left guard Jon Runyan Jr. have been contributors to the Green Bay Packers offense. Unfortunately, the other five selections are either not with the Packers or are still with the team but haven't done much to this point. But it looks like Jake Hanson, one of the five, might turn out to be a contributor. READ MORE


Familiar Names Signed to the Green Bay Packers Practice Squad

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It has been a very busy 24 hours for Green Bay Packers general manager Brian Gutekunst. Along with setting the 53-player roster, he signed players to the practice squad. At the time of this article, Gutekunst had signed 15 players to the practice squad. Out of the 15 players signed, 14 of the Green Bay Packers practice squad were with the Packers this training camp. READ MORE


Pressure Mounts on Jason Vrable to get Green Bay Packers Wide Receivers Ready

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It can be argued that there isn't a position that faces more scrutiny in the NFL heading into 2022 than the Green Bay Packers wide receivers. With the off-season departure of Davante Adams, the Green Bay Packers will not have a proven upper echelon pass catcher. It will be a first for quarterback Aaron Rodgers. He has been blessed with Adams, Jordy Nelson, Greg Jennings, and Donald Driver during his career. But heading into 2022, the position has a lot of questions. It will be up to wide receivers coach Jason Vrable to make sure the Green Bay Packers wide receivers are up for the challenge. 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


Zach Tom Might Be Another Gem for the Green Bay Packers Offensive Line

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In recent history, the Green Bay Packers have fielded one of the best offensive lines in the NFL. Since taking over as the Packers general manager, Brian Gutekunst has put an emphasis on the offensive line. In the five drafts that Gutekunst has overseen, he has selected 11 offensive linemen. Of course, the prize gem of that group is Elgton Jenkins. Selected in the second round of the 2019 NFL Draft, Jenkins has become the Packers all everything offensive lineman. Gutekunst and the Packers are hoping they have struck gold once again. So far in training camp, Zach Tom has the look of another strong addition to the Green Bay Packers offensive line. READ MORE