APC previews each preseason game to give you an early look at what to expect from August football.
We examine the Packers' best blocking tight end to see what kind of impact he may have on the offense this season.
We will try to project the returns of some Packers who spent much of the 2012 season inactive or on injured reserve; we begin with inside linebacker Desmond Bishop.
By winning the NFC North in 2012, the Packers set up games against the Atlanta Falcons and San Francisco 49ers. Take a look and see what has changed for these two teams since the last time they met the Packers.
The Packers play the AFC North in 2013. We look ahead with a team-by-team rundown of that division with what can be expected in each game.
The San Francisco 49ers are not a complex team, but that does not make them easy to defeat. It’s going to take smart and tough football focusing on the little things in order to erase a week 1 defeat and advance to the next round of the playoffs.
The Packers continue to define their 2012 season with a rematch against the San Francisco 49ers. Can the Packers do a better job of playing in the trenches this time around? Or will Marshall Newhouse and company struggle to control the game again?
Devin got the chance to ask questions of David Fucillo of Niners Nation, the 49ers' SB Nation blog. Come see his take on some important injuries to the Niners and his ideas on how to attack the 49ers' defense.
It’s déjà-vu all over again as the Packers once again face off against the Minnesota Vikings. Last year the Packers were one and done in the playoffs, but a big game from these five players should make sure that does not happen again.
After a long wait, Charles Woodson returns to the field for the Green Bay Packers this weekend. How should his return affect a defense that has struggled with the Vikings this past month?
It's once again time to cross enemy lines and get a slightly different take on the upcoming game. Here are five questions with Ted Glover of the Daily Norseman.
The passing game will be critical for the Vikings this week against Green Bay, as Christian Ponder and Kyle Rudolph are key players to watch.
Beating the Vikings isn't rocket science. Stop Adrian Peterson. Control the tempo of the game. Tackle effectively. Too bad all this is easier said than done.....
The Vikings pose an interesting challenge to the Packers this Sunday. Can the addition of Clay Matthews and Ryan Grant, along with the improving play of Don Barclay, B.J. Raji, and Dezman Moses, help the Packers to victory?
James Jones has enjoyed a fantastic season so far this year, leading the league in touchdowns. Can he continue this success against the Vikings and their best cover corner, Chris Cook?
The Vikings defense continues to feature a strong defensive line as the centerpiece of their defense. Can the recent promotion of Evan Dietrich-Smith provide the proper anchor for the gelling Packers offensive line?
To get a victory on Sunday the Packers will need to get their ground game going, limit penalties, and stop Chris Johnson from making the big play.
The Packers face another young quarterback who has been known to struggle and throw interceptions. Can rookie cornerback Casey Hayward take advantage of that and continue to build his resume for Defensive Rookie of the Year?
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas, but better yet it's beginning to feel like December. As the weather turns cold the Packers will look to their running game to help control the game and overcome another outbreak of injuries.
Aaron Rodgers has quietly put together another MVP type season. Can he make some noise this weekend against a struggling Titans' secondary?