A working class hero is something to be.
It took three tries, but the Packers finally found a way to shut down Adrian Peterson on Saturday. Once Peterson was bottled up the defense controlled the game.
The Packers started coasting in the third quarter of their Wild Card game, which prompted some fans to call for a more complete and convincing performance. Why?
Sometimes numbers lie. Sometimes an answer changes depending on how you frame the facts. This week's performance by the Packers' offense shows why box scores alone don't tell the whole story.
The Packers played a very good game against the Vikings on Saturday but it wasn't perfect. As a result we have a couple nominees for Dud of the Week.
The Packers controlled the game on Saturday, but in a defense dominated night how can be separate the MVP nominations from Working Class Hero of the Week?
The Green Bay Packers defense looked significantly better against the Vikings this week as compared to last week. The return of Charles Woodson is a major factor for this improvement....but is he the only reason?
Joe Webb's legs couldn't make up for his deficiencies as a passer, as the Green Bay Packers defeated the Minnesota Vikings easily.
Chat with Acme Packing Company as the Green Bay Packers host the Minnesota Vikings in the NFC Wild Card round.
Besides Christian Ponder, there are no surprises. Donald Driver and Davon House sit for the Packers, while Antoine Winfield is active for the Vikings.
Christian Ponder is injured. He'll try to play, but he might not last. Joe Webb starting is a very real possibility. Is he actually someone to be worried about?