The book has closed on another Packers regular season, and, like Tommyland, you can file that book in the "Thrilling Works of Non-Fiction" section. As the dust settles from Green Bay’s division crown-clinching victory in Detroit, we discuss Aaron Rodgers incredible run (of the table) and how he stacks up in the race for league MVP. Also in the news this week is word that Eliot Wolf—Ted Thompson’s presumed successor as Packers GM—is off to San Francisco to interview for their GM seat, still warm from the recently ousted Trent Baalke. We discuss the merits of asking Thompson to step down in order to promote Wolf.
Finally, in our look ahead to this Sunday’s playoff showdown against the Giants in Lambeau, we talk to APC contributor Paul Noonan about how the Green and Gold stacks up. Find out why he thinks this could be a crucial game for Jared Cook.
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