Ted Thompson will go down as one of the most consequential figures in Packers history, building a Super Bowl team with bold decisions and impactful drafts. His place in Green Bay lore is assured...
Green Bay and San Francisco met in the playoffs three times last decade. Aaron Rodgers was the quarterback for all three games. He did not win once.
In which BracketCat counts down the 66th day until the 2020 kickoff with a profile of Kansas State offensive lineman Sam Shields.
At every stop, Whitt Jr. has done nice work with cornerbacks, and the Falcons happen to have some young ones.
Randall Cobb stands head and shoulders above the rest of the Packers’ kickoff returners in the 2010s, but the punt return spot is more debatable.
The Packers’ top defense was tougher to pick than the offense for the past decade, with some difficult decisions coming in the secondary.
To kick off "What If" week, let’s look back at one of the Packers’ worst drafts in recent memory and see how it all could have turned out differently.