Home  » Sports  » Football

Not everybody watched the Packers game Sunday
While die-hard Packers fans wouldn't think of missing the game, others went about their business Sunday.
Packers squander lead, lose in OT
Packers squander lead, lose in OT
Russell Wilson hit Jermaine Kearse for a 35-yard touchdown 3:19 into overtime to lift the Seattle Seahawks to an improbable 28-22 victory over Green Bay in the NFC championship game.
Packers need near-perfect game to beat Seahawks
The Packers are 7-point underdogs in the NFC championship game—and for good reason. Seattle's defense, even without its two most vital defensive tackles, should be in the conversation with the 1985 Chicago Bears and a few others as the best in NFL history.
No accidents: Packers practice ball protection
The Packers had just 13 giveaways in 2014, fewest in team history. That's one better than the previous record, 14 turnovers in 2011. The Packers tied New England Patriots in the regular season for fewest turnovers. Here's why.
Crosby relishes pressure-packed kicks

If the NFC Championship Game comes down to a last-minute field-goal attempt by Green Bay Packers kicker Mason Crosby, the tension in living rooms from Waupaca to Waukesha will be off the charts.

It would be the ...

Packer fans offer home remedies for Rodgers' injured calf

While he appreciates suggestions from Packers fans of remedies for his sore left calf, Aaron Rodgers is not necessarily going to listen to the advice.

Whatever Rodgers is doing appears to be working.

Rodgers' calf not likley to improve much by Sunday

The good news about quarterback Aaron Rodgers' left calf injury is that he didn't significantly aggravate it during the Packers' 26-21 playoff victory over Dallas on Sunday.

The bad news is that it hasn't...

Packers offense more dynamic since Week 1 blowout
As Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy begins preparations for the NFC championship game set for 2:05 p.m. Sunday against the Seahawks, he wasn't quite willing to admit his plan in Week 1 was off, but he did indicate Monday that his offense has taken a different turn since the three-receiver, no-huddle form it took in the season opener.
Rodgers picks up play in second half
In the second half of Sunday's game against the Dallas Cowboys, Aaron Rodgers began testing his injured left calf in ways that he hadn't earlier. No better example was when he wandered out of the pocket and drilled a 13-yard pass to tight end Richard Rodgers for a touchdown that put the Packers in the lead to stay.
Packers looking to regain edge at Lambeau Field
Playoff games in Green Bay used to be sure-things for the home team, but that has changed recently.