Packers’ Offense Goes Missing In Detroit

In their loss to the Detroit Lions on Sunday, the Green Bay Packers put forth one of their worst offensive performances of the Aaron Rodgers era. Their run game was nonexistent, many of Rodgers’ passes were off and their wide receivers dropped too many catchable balls.

Green Bay Packers: Perfect timing for Aaron Rodgers to return to action

He’s back.

It’s felt like an eternity for Packers fans, but quarterback Aaron Rodgers will return to the playing field this Sunday for the first time since breaking his left collarbone in Green Bay’s Week 9 loss to the Chicago Bears.

Packers coach Mike McCarthy announced during his morning press conference on Thursday that “It’s time for Aaron to play.”

Mike McCarthy link to Texas Longhorns should not be a distraction

Chris Mortensen, NFL correspondent and seasoned teleprompter-reader, did his segment on ESPN Sunday morning suggesting Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy as a possibility for the vacant head coaching position at the University of Texas.

Green Bay Packers: Matt Flynn to start on Thanksgiving, Aaron Rodgers out

On Wednesday afternoon Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy confirmed that quarterback Aaron Rodgers would miss the team’s Thanksgiving Day clash with the Detroit Lions and backup Matt Flynn will start in his place.

Greg Jennings: Packers “brainwashing” versus the facts

We are guilty as charged. For years now we have been brainwashed into believing the Green Bay Packers are far superior to their NFC North rivals. Lets look at the last 21 NFL seasons. In 336 regular season games, the Packers have won 214 times, while the Minnesota Vikings and Chicago Bears have 184 and 161 wins, respectively.

Mike McCarthy Benches Jeff Saturday, Sticks With Mason Crosby … Why?

While I am quick to sing his praises these days, I must admit that Green Bay coach Mike McCarthy often had me shaking my head during his first few seasons as the head of the Pack. But I have had few, if any, doubts about his coaching decisions since winning the Super Bowl. Until now.

Surviving The Bye Week: Packers Fan Edition

Aaron Rodgers and Mike McCarthy may be ecstatic heading into the bye week, but that doesn’t mean fans have to be looking forward to a Pack-free weekend.

Fantasy Football Week 9 Sleepers: Alex Green, Larod Stephens-Howling, and Greg Olsen

With the fantasy football season approaching its latter stages, sleepers are becoming few and far between. But there are still some sleepers out there, and here are a few I find most valuable in week 9.

Kurt’s Angle: Family Tragedies Link ’05 Colts and ’11 Packers

It is a place where I warned few would go if the Packers were to fall at home to the New York Giants, thus going one and done in the playoffs after a 15-1 regular season. That is, how much of a distraction did the events involving the tragic loss of Offensive Coordinator Joe Philbin’s son play into preparing for the Divisional Playoff?

The 28 Funniest Gatorade Baths of All-Time

While the sentimental among us enjoy the Gatorade bath because it symbolizes the triumph of a team of men on the field of athletic battle and the ultimate moment of shared jubilation and respect between coach and player, I enjoy Gatorade baths for a far different reason. Pictures and videos of them can be laugh-lout-loud hilarious.

Kurt’s Angle: Don’t expect Mike McCarthy to go anywhere anytime soon

Mike McCarthy may still not be a household name, but that doesn’t mean he isn’t deserving of being one, and it also doesn’t mean that the low-key McCarthy would want it any other way.

Undefeated Green Bay Packers Face Tough Decisions

Chris Callaway attended his very first Green Bay Packers game this weekend, and did so as a part owner of the franchise. And after seeing Greg Jennings go down with an injury, it made him consider what Mike McCarthy and the Packers should do with the rest of the regular season as they march towards a Super Bowl repeat.

Video: On behalf of all Green Bay, Charles Woodson sends a message to Chicago-loving President Barack Obama

At the end of his inspiring remarks to teammates after the epic Bears-Packers tilt on Sunday, Charles Woodson had a few choice words for Bear-loving President Barack Obama.

NFC North Preview: Green Bay Packers

The 2010 Packers are not perfect, but they have something exciting brewing that Griffin Gotta is looking forward to. Gotta takes a look back at the end of the 2009 season and then looks forward to 2010.

The twists, turns, tales, and possible endings of the never ending Brett Favre saga

A lot has been said and reported, but if you have spent the last week in a coma (which is probably the only way possible to avoid the Brett Favre newsfeed), really not much has changed.