If you've been wondering why Green Bay Packers backup quarterback Scott Tolzien hasn't played ahead of Matt Flynn at all this season, read on. Today's cheese curds feature an article which tries to address your concerns as the former Wisconsin Badger sits in the #3 spot behind the longtime Packers backup.
In addition, we look to injured players who are gradually doing a little bit more in practice as well as a brotherly misunderstanding (or maybe a feud?!) in the media.
American Family Insurance opens gate at Lambeau | Packers.com
The newly updated entrance at Lambeau Field is open, and the enormous Lombardi Trophy is now accessible as well.
Packers backup quarterback Scott Tolzien waits for chance | JSOnline
Apparently part of the reason Tolzien still sits behind Matt Flynn on the depth chart is an issue with his delivery, as Mike McCarthy and Alex Van Pelt are trying to tweak it slightly to get a quicker release and more zip on the football.
Matthews says his brother's comments off base | Packersnews.com
You probably heard about Casey Matthews' comments saying that his brother Clay wasn't crazy about moving to inside linebacker. Clay says that though there was some "hesitation", Casey is off base with those comments.
Green Bay Packers' Josh Sitton fine to play without practice - ESPN
No surprise here - Mike McCarthy said the same thing last week and it's likely that T.J. Lang is in the same position.
From Bill Walsh to Eddie Lacy, the Screen Pass Comes Full Circle in Green Bay | Cheesehead TV
Brian Carriveau breaks down the progression of the screen pass, with Roger Craig, Mike Holmgren, and Edgar Bennett as key links in the path from Walsh to Lacy.
3 NFC Teams who are ready to make a playoff push | NumberFire
This stats-based site sees the Packers remaining a strong contender for a playoff spot, with Aaron Rodgers, Jordy Nelson, and Randall Cobb all ranking in the top 3 of players at their position in 2014.
Breaking Madden: Beast Mode, 3,000 players, and one controller - SBNation.com
It's not fair that Jon gets to play Breaking Madden all by himself. So this time, he invited thousands of you to push the buttons for him. This is going to be so stupid.