Aaron Rodgers' ability to slide through traffic unencumbered is the perfect summation of another turnover-free streak few people are talking about.
When people think of Dez Bryant's “best” moment in his seven-year NFL career, it may be his spectacular touchdown reception in Detroit in 2013, or maybe his mouth, but it's more likely the “The Catch?” at Lambeau Field.
The broken ribs he suffered last weekend are going to prevent Green Bay Packers wide receiver Jordy Nelson from playing against the Dallas Cowboys in the divisional round of the NFL playoffs.
The Green Bay Packers offense appears to be in better shape than last season to be successful without Jordy Nelson.
God knows Tony wants to play.
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In what was arguably his most influential performance of the season, Janis spearheaded a special teams effort that steadily tilted field position toward the Packers and stifled one of the best returners in the league
Green Bay seems to be following the same route as 2010
Wide receiver's status for Sunday's game at Dallas up in the air
Playoffs begin today against Giants