Week 2 2018: Packers vs. Vikings
Believe it or not, the league is even including video of the hit in a training video to illustrate what constitutes a penalty.
Jimmy Graham looked like the player the Packers were hoping to see when they signed him this offseason. Also, Aaron Jones is on his way back to the field.
We’ve obtained the NFL’s training video, featuring Green Bay’s favorite linebacker. It’s...not what we thought.
Based on early results around the NFC, there are plenty of reasons to think the North champs should have the 2 seed at worst.
The Packers had to dig into their secondary depth a bit on Sunday, and it burned them late in the game.
Coming out on the wrong side of several key third-and-short yardage situations over a span of eight minutes kept Green Bay from icing the game early.
Green Bay should have beaten the Vikings, but there’s plenty of good to take away from the bizarre 29-29 game at Lambeau.
A questionable roughing-the-passer penalty became even more dubious after referee Tony Corrente’s explanation.
Who played well on Sunday? There were actually a number of solid games put up by Green Bay players.
The Packers and Vikings tied after a game that saw four missed field goals and a blocked punt touchdown.
Green Bay’s second-year corner left the game against the Vikings.
Green Bay leads by ten points at the half as Aaron Rodgers is getting some help from his line and special teams today.
Geronimo Allison and Josh Jackson combined for the first big special teams play of the year.
Hold your breath - Aaron Rodgers and his injured ankle are taking the field against a great defense today.
The Packers’ QB is ready to go for Sunday’s key divisional matchup.
It will still be a game-time decision on Sunday for the Packers’ quarterback.
As expected, we won’t know for sure about Aaron Rodgers’ status for Sunday until game time.
The Vikings are outstanding on defense, but the offense has some holes.
Following a win against the 49ers, Cousins is settling in and finding his footing with the Vikings
After daring the Bears to run against light personnel, Pettine could take similar approach to Minnesota’s more dangerous passing offense.
How do this year’s Packers stack up against a bolstered Minnesota Vikings team?
Adams said he aggravated the shoulder after his long 51-yard completion on Sunday.