Following a loss to the previously 2-9 Arizona Cardinals on Sunday, the 4-7-1 Green Bay Packers fired head coach Mike McCarthy. His departure ends one of the most successful head coaching runs in Packers history. Advertisements
Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady meet for the final time ever (probably) in what should be an outstanding Sunday Night Football outing. As we’ve arrived to the season’s halfway point, it’s time to bust out the first live blog of the season. Let’s get it!
Let’s face facts. Tom Brady, who is the ripe of age of 41 years old, will never cross swords with Aaron Rodgers for the Professional Football Championship or, as you humans might say, meet in the Super Bowl. Brady, a winner of five Super Bowls, is in the […]
Nothing Aaron Rodgers does should stun us at this point. However, tonight seemed to leave many people in shock after Rodgers returned from injury to erase a 20-point Bears lead in a 24-23 Packers victory on Sunday night in Week 1 action.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers will sign a deal that will make him the highest-paid player in NFL history. This should likely allow him to pay off a debt, according to Packers teammate Davante Adams.
Last January, the prospect of the Jacksonville Jaguars playing in a Super Bowl was a very real possibility with the Jags leading New England by 10 late in the AFC Championship game.
Just as they did last January, the Green Bay Packers nipped the Dallas Cowboys at the finish line on Sunday.
New York Jets safety Jamal Adams stated on Monday that he would have no problem with literally dying on a football field. The somewhat crazy and over the top comments by Adams were backed up by teammate Morris Claiborne.
The Chicago Bears Twitter Account Had A Little Too Much Fun Over The Aaron Rodgers/Olivia Munn Breakup
I’m not going to lie. There is a sadistic part of me that will really miss the Aaron Rodgers-Olivia Munn relationship.
The demise of the NFL has been greatly exaggerated. Green Bay’s last-second win over the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday was seen by over 48 million people – the most people ever to see an NFL Divisional playoff game.