Andre Brown set career highs with 30 carries and 115 yards while running for the go-ahead 1-yard TD late in the third quarter — and he wasn’t activated until this past week.
As it happens, the Packers will visit the Giants at MetLife Stadium on November 17, meaning that Big Blue will likely avoid having to face the dynamic quarterback.
With fantasy drafts now in full swing, would-be owners are scrambling to unlock the secrets of this year’s draft. To that end, let’s take a closer look at who might be the best QB option this year in fantasy: Aaron Rodgers or Drew Brees.
Having an elite signal-caller who can win you the game in crunch time is essential for any NFL franchise.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers says he was “shocked” when his friend Braun admitted he violated baseball’s rules against using performance-enhancing substances.
If it’s hard to wrap your head around a final game framing Joe Flacco and Colin Kaepernick, coached by the gaseous Harbaugh brothers, you’re not alone.
NFL owners have realized that finding the right guy on the sideline is cheaper, more stable and maybe even more impactful than the right guy under center.
The NFC’s all-pro offense features Packers QB Aaron Rodgers handing the ball to AP and tossing it to Megatron. Who else?
Colin Kaepernick ran for a quarterback playoff record 181 yards and two touchdowns and threw two scoring passes.
The Packers brushed away the Vikings with ease, but the 49ers will be a much tougher test in divisional round.
What’s notable for the Giants is that Eli Manning is not going to the Pro Bowl and there can be no argument that he was jobbed, the voting was a sham or an injustice has been done.
Jason Keidel says there’s only one man for MVP — smash-mouth running back Adrian Peterson.
The Packers and Seahawks are looking like NFC superpowers, while the Giants’ magic has appeared to run out.
This is a full-fledged NFL disaster, and there is no turning back right now. The Jets have no quarterback, their receivers are awful and their coaching staff lacks common sense. There is no saving this team.
It’s gibberish. Beyond the obvious, athletic splendor of pro football, the primary reason we watch it is the palpable, inherent danger. To deny that is to deny us.