Author: Aaliyan Mohammed

Aaliyan Mohammed has been covering the Packers and Brewers for Wisconsin Sports Heroics for over two years. He is pursuing a degree in print and digital journalism at Mississippi State University. In addition to covering sports, Mohammed is also an editor for the site.

Everyday we inch closer to free agency and the NFL Draft. Many things are unknown and this time of year brings the inner-GM out of us. I brought up some potential first-round targets for the Packers last month. This time we will dive a little deeper by looking at some guys that Green Bay can grab in the second round. Zack Baun, LB, Wisconsin Baun could stay in-state here if he falls to the end of the second round. The former Badger is a genius on the football field. He has a very high football IQ which allows him to…

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An idea being thrown around in the media ever since last years trade deadline. It’s clear around the football world that the Packers want a second weapon at wide receiver, and many think one of the best players in the league is available. Last season reports of Odell Beckham Jr.’s displeasure in Cleveland were widely known. However, if his problem was winning then a 13-3 Packers team should be a dream come true. Let’s take a look at some of the pros and cons if a trade were to happen. What Would a Trade Include? Everything starts and ends with…

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Now that everyone in the league has shifted gears to next season the Packers can officially start to build their championship roster. Lets start with what the biggest questions and concerns this off season are. Who will be the starting TE? What’s next for Bryan Bulaga? What’s the solution at ILB? Davante Adams and then who? Is it time to extend Clark? How do the Pack fix the run Defense? For a team that was one game away from the Super Bowl, the amount of looming questions raises some eyebrows. However, considering how badly San Francisco ran over Green Bay…

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The Badgers are headed to Nebraska in a Wisconsin vs Nebraska BIG10 matchup. They are coming off of a sweep of the Buckeyes and will look to do the same with the Cornhuskers. The challenge will be to come away with a win away from the Kohl Center. Wisconsin is just 3-9 away from home and just 2-5 on the road in the Big Ten. UW welcomed Nebraska to the Kohl Center a little over three weeks ago when they hit a school record 18 threes on the way to a 82-68 win. The Badgers used a big second half…

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Now that the Super Bowl is over, all 32 NFL teams can focus on improving their team for 2020. There will be many players changing teams, veterans that retire, and a whole new crop of rookies to learn about. The Packers are coming off an impressive 13-3 season under first year coach Matt LaFleur. Many people seemed to think they were flying under-the-radar. The truth is that the Packers have maintained a level of greatness for so long, that NFL fans have come to expect nothing less out of Green Bay and their football team. The Packers should look to…

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The Badgers did it again. The Wisconsin men’s basketball team overcame a tough week that included the resignation of longtime strength coach, Erik Helland and a thrashing at the hands of Minnesota. Wisconsin returned home and dominated in Madison, this time destroying the Buckeyes 70-57. At one point in the game, they led Ohio State by as much as 24 points. What did we learn from the win? Badgers Stay Dominant In The Kohl Center With the rout of the Buckeyes, the Badgers have now improved to 11-1 at home with the one loss coming by just one point at…

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5. Aaron Kampman Kampman ranks fifth all time in franchise sacks. Kampman wasn’t the most fundamentally sound player, but his play spoke for itself. He played for the Packers from 2002 – 2009 and was a the Packers best defensive play maker for a three year stretch over that time, as one of the more dominant defensive ends in the league. He recorded 458 tackles, 12 forced fumbles, and 54 sacks in his Packers career. 4. Lionel Aldridge Playing nine seasons for the Packers (’63-’71), Aldridge only missed three starts in 126 games. Aldridge was a key piece on a Packers…

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All seemed well again in the world of Wisconsin Badgers basketball. A D’Mitrik Trice three put the Badgers up 57-45 with 7:13 to go and they seemed on their way to their fourth win over a ranked Big Ten team. A 23-5 run over the last 6:59 made the difference for the No.18 Hawkeyes to pull away in Iowa City and open up the floodgates once more of chants of “fire Gard.” Wisconsin (12-9 Overall, 5-5 Big Ten) traveled to Iowa City for a matchup with the No. 18 Iowa Hawkeyes (15-5 Overall, 6-3 Big Ten). Wisconsin is coming off…

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10. Adrian Amos Picks It for the Packers The Packers signed Adrian Amos on the second day of free agency from their division rival the Chicago Bears. It payed off quick with Amos picking off his former team in the season opener to seal the game for the Pack. 9. Za’darius Smith bullies Kirk Cousins The Packers went to Minnesota on a Monday night to see who would win the NFC North. Za’darius Smith came up big all night with three and a half sacks. 8. Preston Smith sacks Trubisky After the Amos Interception in the red zone, the Bears…

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Overview The Packers went into the game confident feeling like they would be ready the second time they faced the 49ers. However, it really only took three drives to see they would be in for a long night. The 49ers led at halftime 27-0, while only attempting four passes at the point. The 49ers clearly wanted to establish the ground game, and were very successful. The Packers started to mount what may have been a miraculous comeback, but the 49ers put the game far out of reach. Biggest Reason for Loss This shouldn’t come as a surprise but the biggest…

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