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Packers offense rounds into shape
After something of a slow start, Aaron Rodgers and the rest of the Packers' offensive players seem to be clicking on all cylinders.
Rodgers leads Green Bay past Carolina
Rodgers leads Green Bay past Carolina
Aaron Rodgers threw three touchdown passes, Randall Cobb torched the Carolina secondary for 121 yards on six catches and the Packers rolled to a 38-17 victory on Sunday.
Packers juggle pros, cons of Eddie Lacy's size

GREEN BAY—Eddie Lacy and Sam Gash call it the “business decision.” When a feeble defensive back meets the 18-wheeler that is Lacy, that defensive back must make a very conscious, very careful choice.

Proceed and you end up...

Depth key in Packers secondary

One through four, he explains, only one team can match them. The way Davon House sees it, only the New England Patriots match the Green Bay Packers' depth at cornerback. Sitting in his locker, he lists each corner on each team.

Craig High plays for share of Big Eight football title Friday

I'll be the first to admit that my predictions for the high school football regular season aren't at the level of the great Nostradamus.

Of the five area conferences that we cover, I've correctly picked one...

Packers spurn Friday practices, shift to Saturdays
Green Bay has turned the end-of-week practice cycle on end
Quarless hopeful winning TD will lead to more looks
In Sunday's 27-24 win over the Miami Dolphins, fifth-year veteran Andrew Quarless was not afraid. He spoke up to Aaron Rodgers. He wanted the ball. Split wide, the 6-foot-4, 252-pound Quarless knew he could burn linebacker Philip Wheeler in any one-on-one situation. So Rodgers logged the information and hit Quarless for the game-winner with 3 seconds left.
Dolphins defense pressures Rodgers with help from Philbin
The game plan Dolphins defensive coordinator Kevin Coyle came up with tested the Packers' blocking scheme at every turn and the understanding that ends Cameron Wake and Olivier Vernon had of the Packers' silent count system resulted in quarterback Aaron Rodgers being under pressure much of the day.
Packers rally to beat Dolphins
Packers rally to beat Dolphins
Aaron Rodgers threw a 4-yard touchdown pass to Andrew Quarless with 3 seconds left Sunday, and the Green Bay Packers rallied past the Miami Dolphins 27-24.
Packers run defense faces challenge in Miami
Unfortunately for the Green Bay Packers, every yard of the 235 they gave up on the ground against the Chicago Bears on Sept. 28 is right there in digital format for the Miami Dolphins to dissect, detail and dream about repeating Sunday afternoon at Sun Life Stadium.