1. Who Is the Early All-Pro Consideration in the Packers Secondary?

    Optimism is the catchphrase for the 2009 Green Bay Packers secondary unit on defense. Friday’s game against the Cardinals highlighted the secondary’s potential to pressure opponents with outstanding performances...

    Don Zak Written by Don Zak about almost 5 years ago 452 reads 12 comments

  2. The NFL in 2011: A Football Odyssey

    Epic changes are on the horizon for the NFL as owners and players appear ready to draw battle lines over the end of the union contract in 2011. Codenamed “Lockout”, each side is already blasting rhetoric-like volleys across the war zone...

    Don Zak Written by Don Zak about almost 6 years ago 279 reads 0 comments

  3. Ted Thompson To Lose His Job When Brett Favre Wins the Division

    The NFC North 2009 season has the most anticipated storyline in the NFL. If the Minnesota Vikings with Brett Favre win the division title, do they also take Packers GM Ted Thompson’s ...

    Don Zak Written by Don Zak about 5 years ago 821 reads 62 comments

  4. Why Aren't the Green Bay Packers Listening To Aaron Kampman's Silence?

    The Green Bay Packers' well-liked veteran Aaron Kampman has something to say, but the coaches aren’t listening...

    Don Zak Written by Don Zak about 5 years ago 737 reads 10 comments

  5. Best And Worst Case Scenarios For the 2009 Green Bay Packers

    This year is critical for the Packers, for the fans and the organization alike. The team is facing an uphill battle to regain the division from a much improved group of NFC North teams...

    Don Zak Written by Don Zak about 5 years ago 718 reads 19 comments

  6. Obama's New "Cash for NFL Team Clunkers" Program Boosts Ticket Sales

    President Barack Obama, at the urging of NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, is devising a plan to aid NFL owners from slumping revenue and season ticket renewals this season...

    Don Zak Written by Don Zak about 5 years ago 173 reads 0 comments

  7. Top Five “Black Sheep” in the Green Bay Packers Family

    Every team, like every family, has problems and the Green Bay Packers family is no exception. With 90 years of Packer history, an interesting cast of characters populates the black sheep list of disgraced and disenfranchised players...

    Don Zak Written by Don Zak about 5 years ago 1,254 reads 32 comments

  8. Brett Favre Revealed: Only One Piece of Corn Left in His Head

    At one time, back in say 1992 or 1993, maybe even as late 2002 or 2003, Brett Favre had a solid head for football, for right and wrong and for the importance of being a role model in the NFL Universe...

    Don Zak Written by Don Zak about 5 years ago 2,421 reads 16 comments

  9. Who Needs a Winning Record? The 10 Best NFL Coaches Below .500

    Many coaching professionals dream and aspire to be a NFL head coach at some point in their career. The dream for many is considered a gift by bringing coaches fame, wealth and legandary status within the league...

    Don Zak Written by Don Zak about 5 years ago 869 reads 8 comments

  10. Why Brett Favre in Purple Is Better for the Green Bay Packers

    Brett Favre will play for the Minnesota Vikings, to the shock and dismay of loyal Favre and Packers fans, in 2009. Donning the purple and yellow won't intimidate or cause Brett one moment of ...

    Don Zak Written by Don Zak about over 5 years ago 2,514 reads 36 comments

  11. Green Bay Packers Fan Fest 2009: All Fired Up!

    While fans of the other 31 NFL teams remain content watching highlight videos and ESPN clips, Green Bay Packer fans continued to enjoy a Wisconsin spring ritual: Packer Fanfest...

    Don Zak Written by Don Zak about over 5 years ago 1,225 reads 9 comments

  12. Mike McCarthy Borrows from Bill Belichick's Playbook, Hires Dom Capers

    One thing is for certain entering the Green Bay Packers' 2009 season: Another aspect of the old team that the players and fans knew and loved is gone for good...

    Don Zak Written by Don Zak about over 5 years ago 662 reads 5 comments

  13. Ted Thompson Apologizes To Packer Fans for 2008 Season by Firing Bob Sanders

    With little hesitation and less remorse, Green Bay Packer’s GM Ted Thompson fired Defensive Coordinator Bob Sanders on Monday...

    Don Zak Written by Don Zak about over 5 years ago 320 reads 12 comments

  14. Why Aaron Rodgers Needs His Own Reggie White

    As disappointing as the 2008 Packers are, some hope did emerge from the wreckage of a wasted season. The brilliant play of Aaron Rodgers and the continued development of five outstanding receivers ...

    Don Zak Written by Don Zak about over 5 years ago 207 reads 11 comments

  15. Green Bay Packers High Flying Offense Still at Head of Class in NFL

    Believe it or not, Packer fans, the Green Bay Packers have a terrific offense. They have a consistent passing game and an improved running attack. The Packers are fifth in the NFL in total scoring...

    Don Zak Written by Don Zak about over 5 years ago 447 reads 14 comments

  16. Green Bay Packer Fans Pregame Activities : Getting Up for Carolina

    Ever wonder how fans fill up those empty weekend hours before Sunday's kickoff? Besides hanging out at the Packer's Pro Shop or HOF, how can fans build upon the excitement and experience ...

    Don Zak Written by Don Zak about over 5 years ago 327 reads 1 comments

  17. Ted Thompson Gives Early Christmas Present to Packers Fans: Playoff Elimination

    With the end of the Green Bay Packers' regular season hopes of a .500 record already fading, the Monday Night Football loss solidified an already discounted season as finished...

    Don Zak Written by Don Zak about almost 6 years ago 1,761 reads 57 comments

  18. Can The Green Bay Packers Secondary Beat the New Orleans Saints?

    In the pivotal match-up between the host New Orleans Saints and the Green Bay Packers on Monday Night Football, only one true match-up will determine the outcome so clearly for each team in my opinion...

    Don Zak Written by Don Zak about almost 6 years ago 492 reads 8 comments

  19. Donald Driver's Dad & Brian Urlacher's Punch: Packer's Midweek Update

    The two biggest midweek stories coming from Titletown this week: The arrest and brutalizing of Donald Driver’s father in Houston, TX and the Chicago Bears vandalism of the visiting teams locker room at Lambeau field...

    Don Zak Written by Don Zak about almost 6 years ago 1,425 reads 4 comments

  20. Aaron Rodgers: Learning the Hard Way

    Has anyone ever taken the time to actually read the encyclopedic volume that contains the NFL rules and regulations? I bet not. Last weekend’s Green Bay Packers and Minnesota Vikings game was clearly a test of officiating skill...

    Don Zak Written by Don Zak about almost 6 years ago 523 reads 7 comments

  21. KGB : A Packer Fan's Final Salute

    The world of professional football is a business, and Packer fans experienced that last week when Green Bay released Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila from the team...

    Don Zak Written by Don Zak about almost 6 years ago 143 reads 4 comments

  22. Green Bay Packers: Red Zone Scoring Problems?

    The NFL has several statistics to measure the scoring production of its teams. Scoring touchdowns in the red zone and converting points on a shortened field with opposing defenses backed up ...

    Don Zak Written by Don Zak about almost 6 years ago 574 reads 6 comments

  23. Packers-Titans: Five Reasons Green Bay Will Lose

    This week's game is a critical test for both the Packers and Titans. Which team is more equipped to place another number in the W column? Below is my pessimistic view of the Packers' chances in tomorrow's game...

    Don Zak Written by Don Zak about almost 6 years ago 177 reads 2 comments

  24. From Full Strength D To Perfect Against The AFC: 5 Keys To A Packers Victory

    Heading into the most difficult game of the season, and the beginning of a difficult stretch, the Green Bay Packers need to set the tone with another definitive, send a message to the ...

    Don Zak Written by Don Zak about almost 6 years ago 64 reads 1 comments

  25. Am I Cheating On My Team? Why Watching the Jets Is Ok

    There comes a time true NFL fans dread once a season. It's not elimination from the playoffs or losing to your most hated rival, but rather that blank week of emotion when your team has a bye week...

    Don Zak Written by Don Zak about almost 6 years ago 299 reads 10 comments