1. Five Reasons Why The Packers Will Get the Best of Favre at Lambeau

    In what could be the most watched regular season Sunday afternoon game of all-time, the Packers will host Brett Favre for the first time in his career. In Week Four, Favre torched his old team in a 30-23 victory that seemed more like 30-3...

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  2. Packers Turning The Corner at The Right Time

    While the difference in the victories against the Detroit Lions (26-0) in week six and the Cleveland Browns (31-3) Sunday was just two points, the blowouts were about as different ...

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  3. Six Thoughts on the Green Bay Packers for Week Six

    1. The Packers have the worst offensive line in the NFL. Coming into the season, the Packers’ offensive line was hardly thought to be a liability but was still not a strong point on the team...

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  4. Second Quarter of Schedule Will Be Crucial For Packers

    When breaking down the schedule for NFL teams, many coaches and staffs like to break the season down into quarters, much like an actual game. In that sense, the Packers completed the first quarter of their season and stand at a reasonable 2-2...

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  5. Green Bay Packers' Biggest Draft Needs and Players Who Can Help

    Because it’s never too early to start looking toward the NFL Draft in April, here are the top five biggest draft needs for the Packers as well as potential picks that could help them in 2010 and beyond...

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  6. Bye Week Coming At a Perfect Time for the Packers

    It sounds cliche to say, but the Green Bay Packers’ bye week is coming at a perfect time. The Packers will have week five of the NFL season off and will use that extra week to pick up the pieces to a very shaky start to the season...

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  7. Packers' Matthews Showing Early Signs of Promise

    When the Packers traded up in the 2009 NFL Draft, it marked just the second time in general manager Ted Thompson’s tenure that they had done so...

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  8. Packers-Vikings: My Q+A With Examiner Joe Oberle

    For the Packers’ week four game against the Minnesota Vikings, I did a Q+A with Examiner Joe Oberle. These are his responses to my questions on the Vikings. You can see my responses to his questions by clicking here...

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  9. The Green Bay Packers' Good, Bad, and Ugly: Ugly Personnel Edition

    After a superb preseason, expectations for the Green Bay Packers could not have been higher. Three weeks into the regular season, the team stands at 2-1 after wins over the Chicago Bears and St...

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  10. The Packers' Good, Bad, and Ugly: Bad Personnel Edition

    After a superb preseason, expectations for the Green Bay Packers could not have been higher. Three weeks into the regular season, the team stands at 2-1 after wins over the Chicago Bears and St...

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  11. The Packers' Good, Bad, and Ugly: Good Personnel Edition

    After a superb preseason, expectations for the Green Bay Packers could not have been higher.  Three weeks into the regular season, the team stands at 2-1 after wins over the Chicago Bears and St...

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  12. Why the Minnesota Twins Can Catch the Detroit Tigers in the AL Central

    With just under two weeks remaining in the 2009 MLB regular season, the Minnesota Twins and Detroit Tigers find themselves locked in a race to the finish line in the American League Central...

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  13. Packers-Rams: Q+A With Rams Examiner Tim Klutsarits

    This week, I tried a new theme out by agreeing to do a Q+A with Rams Examiner Tim Klutsarits. We both asked each other questions about the opposing teams to get a grasp on the matchup that will take place on Sunday in St...

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  14. What Are the Chances of Marquette's “Big Three” Making the Pros?

    After the 2009 NBA Draft had been completed, 60 players from across the world had NBA teams to call homes after hearing their name called. None of those 60 drafted was a Marquette Golden Eagle...

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  15. Preseason Expectations of the Packers Are Blinding Some

    Ask just about any media outlet who the breakout team of 2009 would be before the season started, and odds were you were going to hear the Green Bay Packers...

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  16. Brewers' Looper In The Process of Making History

    Take a look at Braden Looper’s record this season and you will see 13 wins and just seven losses. The wins constitute a career high for the 12-year veteran and also put him 12th in the National League...

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  17. Five Things the Packers Need to Accomplish to Beat the Bengals

    Opening day could not have started more similarly for the Packers and Bengals. The final minutes and seconds could not have been more different...

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  18. Reality Check, Cubs: Time To Let Milton “T.O.” Bradley Go

    Unless you have been living under a rock for the 2009 MLB season, you know that the Chicago Cubs have failed miserably to live up to expectations...

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  19. Where's My Sports Loyalty? Wherever I Want it to Be…

    In the wake of the Green Bay Packers’ victory over the Chicago Bears, 21-15, at Lambeau Field on Sunday night, it has come to my attention that a certain question of loyalty to a city’s teams is a must in today’s sports world...

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  20. Greg Jennings Always in the Right Place at the Right Time

    There’s a quote that says “luck is when preparation meets opportunity.” If this is the case, Greg Jennings is making a real habit out of being extremely lucky...

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  21. Green Bay: Which Players Looking to Rebound and What Will Newcomers Contribute?

    After the Packers staggered to a 6-10 season in 2008, it was tough to find many bright spots. Aaron Rodgers cemented himself as a legitimate starting quarterback, Jordy Nelson came on very ...

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  22. My NFL Picks for Week One

    The NFL season is upon us for the first time since Strotty’s Blog has come about, so it’s time to make picks. For each week, I will make picks straight up and against the spread...

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  23. Packers Preview Part One: Just How Good Can the Offense Be?

    It’s officially game week for the 2009 Green Bay Packers as a season full of hope, potential, and excitement begins next Sunday night, when the Packers take on the rival Chicago Bears at Lambeau Field...

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  24. Predictions on the Packers 53-Man Roster: Defense

    For part one of the Packers’ 53-man roster breakdown, check out the offense. Jumping right into things, here’s who I think gets kept on the defensive side of the ball. Defensive End Who Makes the Team?: Cullen Jenkins, Ryan Pickett, B...

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  25. Predictions on the Green Bay Packers 53-Man Roster: Offense

    Tomorrow, NFL teams will have to make their cuts to get their rosters down to 53 players meaning more than 20 players will be released from each team. It will be a life-changing event for some players while others will yawn and take their paycheck...

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