As many media members know, Rodgers has been anything but interesting to interview in the past. Sometimes it is hard just to get him to talk. On ESPN Radio Milwaukee earlier this week, Aaron Rodgers uncharacteristically took jabs at ESPN analysts: Tony Kornheiser, Ron "Jaws" Jaworski and even Marcellus Wiley. To be fair to Rodgers, he has been on Homer's show before, so many of … [Read more...] about Aaron Rodgers Rips NFL notables on ESPN Radio
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By Jake McCormick Have you ever been disappointed in a 26-0 shutout before last weekend? Better yet, has the Packer offense ever been the lighter fluid doused on your fires of frustration in those seemingly lopsided wins? Lost in Mike McCarthy’s inept playcalling in the red zone, a broken condom of an offensive line, and a lack of a consistent running game is the fact that … [Read more...] about Green Bay reeks of desperation, an improving defense, and the year 2004
By Jake McCormick Denial. Anger. Bargaining. Depression. Acceptance. That’s how I dealt with the Green Bay Packers’ pitiful loss to the Cincinnati Bengals, a team that rightfully deserves a reality show and is a lot like the villains in any James Bond movie. SPECTRE or any other bad guy looks like an upgrade over the previous movie, but the end results are the … [Read more...] about Using the Kubler Ross stages of grief to cope with the Packers’ Week 2 loss
By Jake McCormick Thanks to the preseason, the Green Bay Packers have suddenly turned into the Gonzaga of the NFL. Thanks to guys like Skip Bayless and Bill Simmons, both of which I am about as big a fan as gun-touting, toothless Wal-Mart patrons are to President Barack Obama, the Packers seem to be gaining steam as an underdog pick for the playoffs and Super Bowl. I don’t … [Read more...] about Did the Packers seriously win a close game?