GREEN BAY, WI - DECEMBER 28: Running back Ahman Green #30 of the Green Bay Packers takes off on a 98 yard run for a touchdown as teammate Bubba Franks #88 and cornerback Willie Middlebrooks #23 of the Denver Broncos trail the play during a game December 28, 2003 at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin. The Packers defeated the Broncos 31-3 to win the NFC North Division. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)
Final Word: NFC North - NFC North Blog - ESPN. It's not meaningful that the Denver Broncos have never won in a game in the state of Wisconsin, but the fact that they lost their last seven road games is. It's tough to win on the road in the NFL, no matter the teams and situation. Their last game at Lambeau was won by the Packers 31-3 because the Broncos benched everybody (they had already made the playoffs) while the Packers were still playing for the NFC North title.
New safety pair adjusting - JSOnline. Safeties coach Darren Perry said S Charlie Peprah didn't miss any assignments, he just didn't make any plays on the ball. He said the same thing happened last season in Peprah's first game against the Redskins, and he "eventually got into a groove." Here's hoping the same thing happens this year because the Packers need him without Nick Collins.
Green Bay Packers news | Green Bay Packers rookies Jamari Lattimore, D.J. Smith, Ryan Taylor show special teams promise | Green Bay Press Gazette. I like those three guys, but the memories of Darren Sproles running circles around the coverage in week 1 are still fresh in my mind. Maybe it was a unique play, but they almost got burned on trick punt return last week too. Definitely an inconsistent start to the season.
Know Your Packers Enemy: Breaking Down Broncos vs. Packers with Sayre Bedinger From Mile High Report | AllGreenBayPackers.Com. He admits the Broncos are unlikely to win, but he's liked what he's seen from the defense this season and hoping the return of DE Elvis Dumervil and CB Champ Bailey turns the tables. You can read more from the Broncos perspective at Mile High Repo rt.