Posts Tagged ‘New Orleans Saints’

Cobb, Goal Line Halt Propel Packers Over Saints 42-34

“It’s a similar feel to a big game, a playoff game. I don’t want to say the Super Bowl. There’s a big atmosphere outside the stadium, but the only thing that matters is taking care of business on the field.” – Quarterback Aaron Rodgers, on the pregame hype at Lambeau Field for Thursday night’s kickoff […]

Week One Preview: Packers vs. Saints

Woodson Headlines NFL’s Top Playmaking Secondary Since 2004, when the NFL Opening Kickoff Game started being hosted by the reigning Super Bowl winner on Thursday night of Week 1, the defending champ is unbeaten.  On top of that fact, take into consideration the Packers only lost once at Lambeau last season.  In that loss to […]

Regular Season Game One: Top Five Concerns for the New Orleans Saints

I know we still have the preseason finale against the Chiefs this Thursday, but the core of our roster is set and starters should see little to no playing time this week. This last game will help management fill the last few roster spots, so I am overlooking this JV game and focusing all my […]

Five Concerns for the Packers Coming Into 2011

By Billy Needham Every year, each team in the NFL has its weaknesses and/or concerns. The Packers are no exception for the upcoming 2011 season. I have reviewed the roster, the management, and the upcoming season, and have come up with my top five concerns for our Packers. 1. The September 8th game vs. the […]