By the Numbers
Examining the Green Bay Packers by analyzing statistics and quantifiable measures
Let’s meet the struggling Mardwilyan Lazcobrown-Scantjones.
The Packers had to get creative to keep Rashan Gary fresh for the fourth quarter after his running mate went down early with an oblique issue.
The NFL’s oldest rivalry kicks off again on Sunday, and we’re here to break it down with some new numbers.
The Packer defense has been unbelievably bad in the red zone. When will it end?
Four corners played more than 25 snaps in this game as the Packers tried to cover up the absence of their All-Pro.
Maybe? Maybe not? Who’s to say?
The bell tolls for old quarterbacks.
AJ Dillon got a substantial amount of playing time and carries on Sunday, while the Packers’ secondary had to shuffle around in the second half.
In a battle of two old quarterbacks at opposite ends of the productivity spectrum, can Pittsburgh overcome their shortcomings?
Officials have a huge impact on games, and we shouldn’t be afraid to discuss them as active participants.
Green Bay called on a young undrafted tackle and a highly-touted rookie for big snaps on Sunday night, and both players were up to the challenge.
Can Green Bay overcome last decade’s thorn in their side with another trip to the Bay?
There are a few good candidates for positive regression in Green Bay, but please, someone, sack a quarterback.
The Packers lined up Kevin King in the slot a lot on Monday night, a surprising move from a team that had used Jaire Alexander there instead during training camp.
With only one week, a lot of numbers are out of whack, but did we learn anything in week one?
Ugly games make for ugly stats, and this one is no exception.
Kevin King played nearly every snap of the game ahead of Stokes. How long can that go on this season?
Why is the Packers’ number so low?
Where is the market for AFC teams in 2021?
Big Bob catches everything. What this post presupposes is, what if he didn’t?
The Packers gave a ton of snaps to their newest cornerback to see if he fits on the roster, while a young wide receiver stepped up with a big game.
After years of neglect at the receiver positions, the Packers have a deep and talented group of weapons for Aaron Rodgers
Now that we have a preseason game under our belts, the pecking order at a few positions is clearing up.
"With that particular situation, it’s how you interpret what the highest wide receiver in the National Football League is getting paid."
How much corn is left on this Cobb?
Data in the 2021 Almanac confirms exactly what we all thought about Preston Smith and Kevin King.
The Vikings pulled into a tie for the top spot in league history by scoring four during the 2020 season, two against Green Bay.
The title now unofficially belongs to Willie Davis, who takes over from Clay Matthews.
Dillon’s ability to create yards after contact gives him a completely different dimension from Williams, one that should improve the Packers’ run game as a whole.
Not all tall corners are bad, but the odds are stacked against them.
If you draft enough YAC, does it really matter who your quarterback is? The 49ers offense is a case study that suggests QB play really can be minimized with the right weapons.
The Packers’ 2020 draft class was clearly taken with the future in mind, but bad injury luck limited the group’s contributions even more.
Once upon a time, Brian Brohm broke football analytics...