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Cheese Curds: Green Bay Packers News and Links for January 26, 2015

The second week of the Packers' offseason begins with a look back at the "football" games that were played over the weekend.

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There were a pair of football games this past weekend, each featuring many of the best players at two very different levels of the sport. While six Green Bay Packers players were in Arizona for the Pro Bowl, GM Ted Thompson was busy scouting the Senior Bowl in Mobile, Alabama over the weekend.

In addition to looking back at those two games, today's cheese curds feature the grades and season recap from a few of the media publications that cover the Packers. Take a look around, then come back here later today as we begin our season recaps with the quarterback position.

With Super Bowl in sight, Aaron Rodgers didn't deliver |
Bob McGinn is back, and this time he analyzes the end of the Packers' season and largely blames the team's quarterback for having one of his worst games of the year.

2014 report card: Built to contend, Packers fall short |
Here's the recap of the Press-Gazette's grading of the packers' 2014 season.

Jordy Nelson scores his first Pro Bowl touchdown |
Jordy finally made his first Pro Bowl this year...he put an exclamation point on that honor with this nice touchdown grab (and a celebration with a member of the opposing team).

Pro Bowl 2015 final score: Team Irvin beats Team Carter, 32-28 -
Here's the recap of the Pro Bowl from the mothership, which fails to mention that John Kuhn ripped off a 29-yard run at one point. To no surprise, both of Kuhn's carries came on third- or fourth-and-one -- and he converted both for first downs.

Josh Gordon fails another substance abuse test, faces 1-year suspension, per report -
Whoops. Does anybody think he deserves another shot in the league at this point?

Senior Bowl 2015 final score: North wins as Ameer Abdullah, Kevin White impress -
Much of the evaluation from the Senior Bowl is based on practice, but several players played great in the game itself and will likely see a little boost in their draft stock as a result.