Aaron Rodgers-Davante Adams Connection Has Packers 1 Win From Super BowlAaron Rodgers has spoken on several occasions about the chemistry he had with former longtime teammate Jordy Nelson.
Packers Playoff Bound After Beating Bears In Rivals' 200th GameAaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers' wait to see if a long-time foe would help them clinch a playoff spot was a whole lot easier than the lateral-filled final play they had to survive to beat the Chicago Bears in the rivals' 200th game.
Packers Get The Calls, Mason Crosby Hits Late Field Goal To Beat LionsIt took Mason Crosby 13 seasons to perform his first Lambeau Leap.
Green Bay's Defense Falters Against The EaglesThis Green Bay Packers defense still could wind up among the league's best by the end of the season. Those quarterback-pressuring, turnover-causing performances over the first three weeks weren't suddenly negated by one night.
Lots Of Defense, A Bit Of A-Rod Enough For Packers To Beat The BearsTo open its celebration of its 100th season, the NFL got a throwback to, well, the 1920s.
Wisconsin Radio Station Edits Mention Of Minnesota Vikings Out Of Lizzo SongThere's an off-season border battle playing-out on the airwaves in Packer Country.
Matt LaFleur Accepts Offer To Become Packers CoachThe Green Bay Packers are turning to fast-rising offensive whiz Matt LaFleur to aid Aaron Rodgers and end a two-year absence from the postseason.
Packers Hope To Keep Momentum Going Under Interim Coach PhilbinNow, the self-effacing, self-deprecating Philbin wants to keep the momentum going from Sunday's win over the Atlanta Falcons to keep alive Green Bay's slim playoff hopes. At the least, there are positive vibes in the locker room as the Packers begin preparing for NFC North-leading Chicago next week.
McCarthy Firing From Packers As Much About Culture As PerformanceThe offense, even with Rodgers, has stagnated. The secondary, as it is pretty much every year, is ravaged by injuries. The offensive line is a mess more often than it is a plus.
Packers Need Perfection To Make The Playoffs When Aaron Jones crossed the goal line early in the second quarter, capping a 75-yard drive that gave Green Bay a 14-7 lead at Minnesota, the Packers again put themselves in favorable position for a victory on the road against a winning team.
'We Beat Ourselves': Frustration After Packers Lose All Momentum In Loss To Seattle Aaron Rodgers did what he liked for the first 30 minutes. He threw a pair of touchdowns, including a 54-yarder on the run to an unknown tight end for his first NFL catch. His passer rating was nearly perfect. Green Bay looked like it could score on every drive.