Author: Parker Moes

For the very first time Green Bay will be traveling to London, England as part of the NFL’s international series of games headlining the 2022-2023 season. This will be a part of a five team series featuring Mexico, England, and Germany. https://twitter.com/nfluk/status/1498374844106301448?s=21 International Series: For years, Packer fans from overseas have clamored for a game to be played across the pond, now their wish has finally been granted. The other four teams competing will be the New Orleans Saints, Jacksonville Jaguars, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and Arizona Cardinals. No word has been given on who their opponent will be but by…

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Reigning 2020 NFL MVP Aaron Rodgers has done it again as he won the award for a second consecutive time at this year’s NFL Honors award show. He now joins an elite and rare list of back-to-back winners of the award. Let’s take a look at how each stacks up. 1964-’65: RB Jim Brown Starting off the list was the first ever back-to-back winner of the MVP, running back/fullback Jim Brown. Stats: In total, he had 569 attempts for 2,990 yards, 5.5 YPC, and 24 touchdowns. He set the standard for the position and the league recognized that by giving…

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Green Bay suffered a quick exit at the hands of the San Francisco 49ers last Saturday night in the postseason. However, the Packers are remaining optimistic about their chances at retaining star quarterback Aaron Rodgers. Let’s take a look at some reasons why bringing him back would make sense. Reason #1: Rodgers likely wouldn’t find much success anywhere else The Packers have been spoiled by their consistent level of play at the quarterback position over the last three decades. Everyone focuses on the fact that there’s only been two championships between Favre and Rodgers over those thirty years. But that’s…

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The Green Bay Packers have met with several standouts at this year’s collegiate Shrine Bowl. Among those listed was former Wisconsin linebacker Jack Sanborn. Let’s take a look at why Jack Sanborn would be a great late-round pick for the Packers during the 2022 draft. Reason #1: Jack Sanborn’s body of work at Wisconsin In his four years at Wisconsin from 2018-2021, Sanborn put up big numbers. He tallied 130 solo tackles, 98 assisted tackles, 29 TFLs, 11.5 sacks, four interceptions, four pass deflections, and three forced-fumbles. What’s even more impressive is that Sanborn became a full-time starter at linebacker…

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The Packers’ 2021 regular season has officially come to an end as the team fell in week 18 to their NFC North rival the Detroit Lions at Ford Field by a final score of 37-30. The starters saw limited playing time to avoid injury. They played the entire first half leading to 17 points. The loss itself didn’t really matter in the grand scheme of things as they had already locked up the NFC’s top seed in the postseason. The results of a number of games in week 18 have led to the postseason matchups starting January 15th with Super…

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