Green Bay Packers tight end Jared Cook suffered a high ankle sprain versus Detroit. It’s said to not be season-ending, but it’s likely Cook will miss at least a month, if not two. Anywhere from Atlanta on 10/30 to Houston on 12/4 is when Packers
Tapping The Keg podcast returns again with a sadder start than usual as Mitch and I begin the show talking about the death of Jose Fernandez. We also reflect a bit on Arnold Palmer before I give Mitch a crash course on the Ryder Cup.
Star ratings, your weekly look at the Green Bay Packers and how they did. We look at individual players and different moments of the game that made a difference in a good or a bad way. 5 Stars Aaron Rodgers – Hell of a game
Good win by Green Bay’s professional football team. They jumped out to a 31-3 lead versus Detroit with a huge first half from Aaron Rodgers where he threw four touchdowns and nearly 200 years. Rodgers only completed 15 passes, but he looked great there out
Green Bay Packers open the season at home against the Detroit Lions. For the first time in a long time, we aren’t talking about the long streak of consecutive wins Green Bay has at Lambeau versus Detroit. That streak was broken last year. In many
Rodgers went full Jim Mora today. #youthinkyouknow pic.twitter.com/h05RKrjROx — Aaron Nagler (@AaronNagler) September 22, 2016 (h/t Aaron Nagler for the video) Aaron Rodgers met with the media on Wednesday and let the media have a piece of his mind. Many people will consider him to
Aaron Rodgers is dead according to the Internet. Everyone believes the Packers quarterback will never return to prominence according to all of the different articles on Tuesday. It’s almost like writers competed to see how could they make it sound more like Rodgers is an
Jordy Nelson's new cereal with @plbsports pic.twitter.com/sN3X4E4ZXs — Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) September 20, 2016 Green Bay Packers receiver Jordy Nelson doesn’t have many sponsorships, but when he does, they are about as family friendly as possible. Continuing with that theme, Nelson has his own cereal
Murph joins us to rehash what happened in the Green Bay-Minnesota game. He explains why the game doesn’t matter in the grand scheme of things. I try to provide some optimism while Mitch tries to make sure we don’t see some of the problems with
Star ratings returns for another season. Those not familiar with it, we look at how the Packers performed this week with five stars being the best and one star being the worst. Five Stars Stefon Diggs – Primetime games can make stars out of players.