Category Archives: Green Bay Packers

The Loss of Lane Taylor Hurts Packers But Not The End of the World

Sometimes, sports are unfair. Lane Taylor hurt his biceps in the second game of the season last year against Minnesota and didn’t play the rest of the season. This year, Taylor is playing well protecting Aaron Rodgers and shoving it down Minnesota’s throat in the

PackCap: Red-Hot Rodgers Torches Vikings

The questions about Aaron Rodgers were all over the place before the season started. Is Rodgers washed up? Does Rodgers even care any more? Will Rodgers and Matt LaFleur’s relationship start to head south? Everyone and their mother called the Packers ‘frauds’ for winning 13

Za’Darius Smith Thinks Rashan Gary Should Change His Last Name to Smith Too

As we head into the first Packers game of the year, the hype trains are interesting, right? We did not have the preseason to justify if a hype train was warranted for a certain player or not. Right now, Marques Valdez-Scantling probably has the most

SnotapWI Packers Preview: Game 1 – Green Bay versus Minnesota

Here we go. The National Football League returns for the Green Bay Packers on Sunday afternoon. The idea of starting the year against the Minnesota Vikings on the road with the bloodthirsty Vikings fans is a scary thought. But now when you take away the

SnotapWI 2020 NFL Predictions: Only Site To Have Green Bay in the Super Bowl

Tonight, the Tapping The Keg podcast is getting together to tape a full NFL preview. It is going to be fun. We would have obviously loved to give it to you today as the season starts but thought does our Wisconsin-based audience care about the

Packers Looking at Britt, Not Veldheer, to Beef Up Their OLine Depth

Green Bay Packers are getting ready to play their first game of the season, and their offensive line depth is a question mark. Billy Turner won the right tackle competition over Ricky Wagner, and Lane Taylor regains his starting spot at right guard. But Turner

Start the MVS Hype Train As Rodgers Sings His Praises

Marquez Valdes-Scantling had a tough 2019 season. Sophomore slumps can be a thing in football, basketball, baseball. It seems very common in all sports honestly. Why does it happen? Who knows. A sports psychologist would have better insight than your boy. Valdes-Scantling or MVS, for

Joe Mixon’s Contract Gives Packers More Insight on an Aaron Jones Deal

Running backs all over the NFL seem to be getting paid. Derrick Henry of the Tennessee Titans got paid over the offseason with a four-year 50 million dollar deal. New Orleans Saints’ running back Alvin Kamara wants a new deal. And Joe Mixon of Cincinnati

Jordan Love Having Issues In Camp Is Natural & Not Surprising

A report came out the other day that Green Bay Packers quarterback Jordan Love is having some accuracy issues to start training camp. This made headlines, of course. Love is the first quarterback to be drafted in the first round by the Green Bay Packers

Kenny Clark’s Contract Structure Doesn’t Equal A Rodgers Departure

Yesterday, news broke about Green Bay Packers defensive tackle Kenny Clark’s contract structure. The structure of the deal features Clark making only about 14 million dollars in his two years. You couple that with the signing bonuses, and Clark will make a little more. After