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Articles tagged with 'packers'


8 rules to Green Bay Packers fan online etiquette

Published Nov. 21, 2015

After the Packers' loss Sunday afternoon, people took to the Internet to rage. And that's totally fine and legitimate. But some of it left me sadder than Mason Crosby's kick. So here are some quick guidelines that we can hopefully follow for next Sunday to make Packer Nation a little more worthy of pride.


Olivia Munn blasts ESPN reporter, upholds journalism

Published Nov. 19, 2015

Olivia Munn, the girlfriend of Aaron Rodgers, has taken some heat because of the QB's recent poor play. On Thursday, she struck back at an ESPN reporter for including her as part of the blame.


Like president, like passer? Obama says he's like Aaron Rodgers

Published Nov. 17, 2015

This morning, GQ published an interview between former Grantland head and future HBO sports talking head Bill Simmons and President Obama, and one part - concerning what sports figure the current president views himself as - will catch Packer Nation's ear.


5 biggest takeaways from the Packers' 18-16 loss to the Lions

Published Nov. 16, 2015

It was one thing for the Packers to go on the road and lose to the then-undefeated Broncos and Panthers. But the Packers officially hit rock bottom Sunday afternoon. Here are the five biggest takeaways from their 18-16 loss to the Lions.


Is Eddie Lacy fat?

Published Nov. 13, 2015

Eddie Lacy is no longer the Packers' starting running back. The question must be asked: Is it because he's too fat? He's capable of doing things physically that 99 percent of humans cannot do. He's strong, fast and athletic. But, is he overweight?


Midterm review: Grading the Packers' rookies

Published Nov. 10, 2015

The Packers' first-year players probably thought they were done with this stuff when they left college, but too bad. It's midterm time in Green Bay. How do the rookies grade out?


General John: The new "Kuuuuhhhnn"

Published Nov. 6, 2015

As a fullback, John Kuhn is now a backup at a bygone position. But as an on-the-field coach, one his teammates call "The General," he's as valuable as ever.