Green Bay Packers Sitemap - Page 4 2016-09-26

Defense Shines, Lifts Packers to 17-3 Victory Over San Francisco
Green Bay's defense provided a lift as Aaron Rodgers and the Packers' offense struggled, sacking Colin Kaepernick six times in a 17-3 win at San Francisco.

Brett Hundley Can't Find Open Receiver
UCLA's Brett Hundley escapes the pocket but can't find any open receivers. Page 8.

Brett Hundley Knows How to Celebrate
UCLA quarterback Brett Hundley enjoys his score against the rival Trojans in November 2014. Page 10.

Brett Hundley Shows Off His Muscles
UCLA's Brett Hundley celebrates a touchdown run in their big 38-20 victory over rival USC in the Rose Bowl in Pasadena in 2014. Page 7.

UCLA's Brett Hundley Stays in the Game
Brett Hundley dons a headset to hear the offensive play calls after leaving the Bruins' 20-17 win over Texas with an injury in 2014. Page 3.

Brett Hundley Takes Care of the Huskies
Brett Hundley stays in the pocket while looking for a receiver in UCLA's victory at Washington in November 2014. Page 5.

Hundley Leads Bruins to Big Win Over ASU
Brett Hundley signals for another touchdown during UCLA's huge 62-27 triumph over Arizona State in late September 2014. Page 9.

Brett Hundley Not Afraid to Wing It
Brett Hundley of UCLA gets good protection and fires a pass down the middle in UCLA's setback against Stanford. Page 6.

Brett Hundley Humbled by Stanford
Brett Hundley and UCLA head coach Jim Mora watch dejectedly during the Bruins' 31-10 home loss to Stanford in the 2014 regular-season finale. Page 4.

Brett Hundley Fumbles Against Oregon
Oregon's Tony Washington forces former UCLA and current Green Bay rookie quarterback Brett Hundley to fumble on this play in October 2014.

Brett Hundley Has Ball Handling Skills
Brett Hundley hands the ball off to Jordan James in UCLA's win over Cal in 2014. Could Green Bay use Hundley in a wildcat or read option arsenal? Page 2.

QB Brett Hundley: Packers' Fifth-Round Pick in Photos
Here is a photo gallery of ex-UCLA quarterback Brett Hundley, who GM Ted Thompson and the Packers drafted in the fifth round of the 2015 NFL Draft.

Training Camp 2015: Updated Green Bay 53-Man Projection
Several rookies and first- or second-year players have been impressive during Green Bay's 2015 training camp and have shuffled the projected roster.

No Real Surprises on Green Bay's Final 53-Man Roster Projection
Green Bay General Manager Ted Thompson and coach Mike McCarthy have several tough decisions in picking the final five or six spots on their 2015 roster.

Packers Vs. Bears on Opening Day: Game Analysis and Prediction
The Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears renew the NFL's oldest and best rivalry on Opening Day at Chicago's Soldier Field.

Green Bay Dominates Crunch Time to Beat Nemesis Seattle
Green Bay took an early lead and dominated the fourth quarter to end its three-game losing streak and avenge its NFC Championship game loss to Seattle.

Green Bay Adds Second-Round CB, Third-Round Receiver-Kick Returner
Green Bay took Miami (Ohio) cornerback Quinten Rollins in the second round and Stanford receiver Ty Montgomery in the third of the 2015 NFL Draft.

Packers Commit Too Many Miscues, Can't Hold Off Seattle Comeback
Green Bay dominated most of the game, but the Packers couldn't prevent Seattle from rallying to win the NFC Championship game in the final minutes.

Starks Steps Up for Packers After Lacy Injured
Green Bay's James Starks rushed for a game-high 95 yards against Seattle, his biggest output since going over 100 in a Week 2 win over Washington in 2013.

Seattle LB Wright Gets the Boot Vs. Green Bay
Emotion in the Green Bay-Seattle showdown at Lambeau Field erupted when Seahawks' linebacker K.J. Wright ignited a scuffle and was ejected.

Green Bay's Rodgers to Rodgers Connection
Aaron Rodgers connected with tight end Richard Rodgers for Green Bay's go-ahead TD in the fourth quarter and hooked up for the two-point conversion.

Green Bay Rookie CB Randall Wins This Round
Green Bay rookie cornerback Damarious Randall registered one of the team's three passes defensed in the win over Seattle.

Sparks Fly Late in Green Bay-Seattle Showdown
Seattle linebacker K.J. Wright started an altercation with 6:50 left in the Seahawks' 27-17 loss at Green Bay and was ejected.

Russell Wilson Busts Loose in Third Quarter
Green Bay outside linebacker Nick Perry turned in a good game against Seattle, but he couldn't stop Seahawks' QB Russell Wilson on this play.

Record Crowd Attends Green Bay-Seattle Game
A record crowd of more than 78,000 attended Green Bay's big game against Seattle at Lambeau Field and were treated to a 27-17 Packers' win.

Green Bay Rookie Montgomery Makes Impact
Ty Montgomery caught four passes against Seattle, all four in the fourth quarter as the Packers scored 11 points on its final two drives to win by 10.

Mike McCarthy Gets Packers Off to 2-0 Start
Green Bay improved to 8-2 in home openers under head coach Mike McCarthy with its 27-17 victory over Pete Carroll's Seahawks.

Packers Lost Eddie Lacy Early Against Seattle
Green Bay lost starting running back Eddie Lacy after only three carries for 9 yards in its victory over Seattle.

Rodgers Leads Fast Start, Big Ending Vs. Seattle
Green Bay took a 10-0 lead in the first quarter, but Aaron Rodgers had to drive the Pack 80 yards to regain the lead against Seattle in the fourth quarter.

Green Bay Loses Josh Boyd for the Season
Green Bay lost defensive lineman Josh Boyd to a broken ankle during its victory over Seattle at Lambeau Field.

Green Bay's Randall Cobb Burns Seahawks
Green Bay wide receiver Randall Cobb registered his 11th career 100-yard game, gaining 116 yards in the Packers' 27-17 win over Seattle.

Packers, Rodgers Get Best of Seattle's Wilson
Seattle won Russell Wilson's first three meetings with Green Bay's Aaron Rodgers, but the latter earned a 27-17 win at Lambeau Field on Sept. 20.

Aaron Rodgers Waits to Get Back on the Field
Green Bay's Aaron Rodgers increased his NFL regular-season records to 451 consecutive attempts and 38 touchdown throws at home without an interception.

Davante Adams Takes Ride to Green Bay Locker Room
Davante Adams returned from an ankle injury to finish with five catches for 33 yards in Green Bay's 27-17 victory over Seattle.

James Jones Enjoys Lambeau Leap Against Seattle
Green Bay wide receiver James Jones enjoyed his first Lambeau Leap of 2015 with a 29-yard touchdown catch to open the scoring against the Seahawks.

Packers' TD Connection: Rodgers to Rodgers
Tight end Richard Rodgers continued his penchant for big plays with a touchdown catch from Aaron Rodgers in the fourth quarter versus the Seahawks.

Richard Rodgers Off to Good Start for Packers
Tight end Richard Rodgers has six receptions through Green Bay's first two games. It took him seven-plus contests to reach that total as a rookie in 2014.

Green Bay's Davante Adams Also Injured Vs. Seattle
Green Bay wide receiver Davante Adams caught five passes from Aaron Rodgers, four of them in the first half before leaving with an ankle injury.

Packers' Lacy Leaves Seattle Game With Ankle Injury
Running back Eddie Lacy's night against Seattle ended after three carries in Green Bay's first drive because of an ankle injury.

Aaron Rodgers Points Packers to Another Victory
Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers finished 25 of 33 for 249 yards passing and two touchdowns in the Packers' win against Seattle.

A-Rod, Kuhn Lead Packers Into Lambeau Field
Quarterback Aaron Rodgers and veteran fullback John Kuhn led the Green Bay Packers into Lambeau Field for their Sept. 20 contest against Seattle.

Aaron Rodgers, Packers Relish Home Cooking
Green Bay's Aaron Rodgers continued his hot streak at Lambeau, playing in his 15th straight regular-season game at home without throwing an interception.

Ty Montgomery Emerges for Packers in Passing Game
Green Bay rookie wide receiver Ty Montgomery delivered big in crunch time against Seattle, recording all four catches in the fourth quarter.

Green Bay Special Teams Play Well Vs. Seahawks
Green Bay's Jeff Janis gets psyched up after tackling Seattle's Tyler Lockett on a kickoff return on the final play of the first half.

Jayrone Elliott Makes Two Big Plays for Pack's Defense
Green Bay backup outside linebacker fumbled after his fourth-quarter interception of Russell Wilson but recovered it to set up a field goal.

The Claymaker Riles Up Lambeau Field Crowd
Green Bay linebacker Clay Matthews was credited with three total tackles but helped the Packers stuff Marshawn Lynch to 41 yards on 15 carries.

A-Rod Directs Green Bay's Offense Masterfully Again
Reigning NFL Most Valuable Player Aaron Rodgers tossed two passes against Seattle, giving him five scoring tosses in two outings against no interceptions.

Aaron Rodgers Makes Another Play on the Run
Aaron Rodgers breaks away from Seattle linebacker Bobby Wagner to make another play during the first quarter for the Packers.

Packers' Datone Jones Returns After Suspension
Green Bay's defensive line got a boost from the return of Datone Jones from his one-game suspension and should get Leroy Guion back soon.

Green Bay Guard T.J. Lang Steps in When Needed
Green Bay right guard T.J. Lang eventually was fined for his part in a scuffle that featured Seattle linebacker K.J. Wright. The latter was ejected.

Don Barclay Holds Up at Right Tackle for Green Bay
Don Barclay filled in admirably for injured right tackle Bryan Bulaga against a tough Seattle pass rush as Green Bay allowed two sacks.

James Starks Fills in Nicely for Injured Eddie Lacy
James Starks picked up the slack after Eddie Lacy left with an injury, rushing for a game-high 95 yards on 20 carries for the Packers against Seattle.

Josh Sitton Anchors Green Bay's Offensive Line
Pro Bowl guard Josh Sitton helped Green Bay rush for 127 yards and finish with 361 total net yards against Seattle.

McCarthy, Carroll Chat Before Game at Lambeau Field
The Packers' big 27-17 win on Sept. 20 gave Mike McCarthy a 4-4 record vs. Seattle, but it was his first against Pete Carroll in four tries.

Packers' Clay Matthews Stops Russell Wilson
Green Bay linebacker stopped Seattle quarterback for a 10-yard gain during the first quarter, a drive that led to a field goal.

Green Bay Kicker Mason Crosby Shines Again
Mason Crosby booted four field goals and an extra point in Green Bay's win over Seattle to pass Ryan Longwell to become the team's all-time leading scorer.

Cheeseheads Were Out in Force for Seattle-Packers Game
These fans were among the record 78,000-plus crowd who attended Green Bay's big NFC Championship rematch between Green Bay and Seattle.

B.J. Raji Anchors Packers' Run Defense Against Seattle
B.J. Raj registered to tackles, both for losses, and clogged the middle as Green Bay's defense stuff Seattle's Marshawn Lynch for 41 yards on 15 carries.

James Jones, Aaron Rodgers Hook Up for TD Again
Aaron Rodgers connected with James Jones for a 29-yard touchdown pass to open the scoring in Green Bay's 27-17 win over Seattle.

A-Rod, Lambeau Magic Will Lift Packers Past Seahawks
Green Bay hosts Seattle in a rematch of the 2014 NFC Championship game, but this showdown will be at Lambeau Field instead of on the Seahawks' home turf.

Packers Rub San Fran’s Chances in the Mud
Desmond Howard sparked Green Bay's big victory over San Francisco in muddy Lambeau Field in the 1996 NFC divisional playoffs.

Favre, Packers Rally Past Stubborn Niners
Brett Favre and Antonio Freeman played big roles in helping Green Bay defeat San Francisco in the 2001 NFL playoffs.

Niners, Kaepernick run circles around Packers
Colin Kaepernick and Frank Gore led the way as San Francisco whipped Green Bay, 45-31, in a 2012 NFC divisional playoff showdown.

Packers begin streak to 1972 playoffs
John Brockington and MacArthur Lane carried Green Bay to a big win over San Francisco in Milwaukee as the Packers began a push toward the 1972 playoffs.

Majik Man Works His Magic in Packers Upset
Don Majkowski led Green Bay's upset of Joe Montana and the 49ers in 1989, the Packers' first win in San Francisco since 1963.

Packers Prove They Belong With the Big Boys
Reggie White led the defense and Brett Favre the offense as Green Bay pulled a big playoff upset at San Francisco in January 1996.

Playoff Encounters Have Defined Packers-49ers Series
Green Bay and San Francisco have squared off in the NFC playoffs seven times since the Packers regained prominence in the mid-1990s.

Packers Punch Second Straight Super Bowl Ticket
Dorsey Levens, Brett Favre and a strong defense were too much as Green Bay disposed of San Francisco in the 1997 NFC Championship game.

Niners Douse Packers’ Flame at Frigid Lambeau
Colin Kaepernick led San Francisco to its second straight playoff victory over Green Bay with 98 yards rushing and a touchdown pass in January 2014.

Pack's Don Beebe takes spotlight on Monday night
Don Beebe was the hero as he and Brett Favre hooked up 11 times for 220 yards and a TD as Green Bay outlasted San Francisco in overtime in 1996.

Terrell Owens’ Catch Dashes Packers’ Hopes
Terrell Owens' last-second TD catch lifted San Francisco past visiting Green Bay in the 1998 NFC divisional playoffs.

Green Bay Will Be Too Much for Kaepernick, Forty-Niners This Time
Aaron Rodgers leads the high-powered Packers to San Francisco, where it will be up to the Packers' defense to finally stop the Niners' Colin Kaepernick.

Cobb Takes Hit on Bad Shoulder in Pack's Win
Randall Cobb couldn't catch this Aaron Rodgers pass into the end zone and dinged up his bad shoulder in the process in Green Bay's win over the Niners.

Aaron Rodgers Gives the Touchdown Signal
Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers celebrated John Kuhn's third-quarter touchdown that gave the Packers control of their win against the 49ers.

Aaron Rodgers Looks Through Traffic for Open Receiver
Reigning NFL Most Valuable Player Aaron Rodgers scans the field for an open receiver in Green Bay's win over San Francisco.

Neal, Peppers Celebrate Green Bay's Sack Party
Mike Neal and Julius Peppers celebrate one of Green Bay's six sacks of San Francisco's Colin Kaepernick in the Packers' win.

Eddie Lacy Carries Pack's Best Ground Game of Season
Green Bay's Eddie Lacy rushed for a game-high 90 yards to lead the Packers' top running attack of the season in their win at San Francisco.

Packers' First-Year LB Joe Thomas Makes a Play
Green Bay got great play from its defense against San Francisco, and first-year linebacker Joe Thomas did his part in pass coverage.

Starks, Packers Grind for Season-High 162 Yards Rushing
Eddie Lacy led a strong Green Bay running game as it finished with 162 yards rushing in its 17-3 victory at San Francisco.

James Jones Made Catch of Game Vs. Niners
Green Bay wide receiver James Jones' 38-yard, tiptoeing catch along the sideline was a key play during the Packers' second touchdown drive.

Kuhn Gets Rare Carry, Scores TD for Packers
Veteran Green Bay fullback John Kuhn carried the ball only one time against the 49ers, but it was a 1-yard touchdown plunge that helped the Packers win.

Claymaker, Packers' Pass Rush Harass Kaepernick, 49ers
Clay Matthews and his Green Bay linebacker mates dominated the action in Sunday's 17-3 victory at San Francisco, recording six quarterback sacks.

Cheeseheads Show Up in Force for Pack's Game in San Francisco
Green Bay fans could be heard yelling,

Niners' Ahmad Brooks Sacks Aaron Rodgers
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers also was on the run a lot against San Francisco, but they still won the game 17-3 on the road.

Clay Matthews, Green Bay Defense Talk Strategy
Clay Matthews and the Green Bay defense registered six sacks during their road victory against San Francisco.

Cheeseheads Show Their True Shapes and Colors
Green Bay fans showed their spirit during the Packers' big victory at San Francisco.

Pack's Montgomery Eats a Crunch Sandwich
Green Bay rookie wide receiver and kick returner Ty Montgomery also played in the backfield during Sunday's win at San Francisco.

Clinton-Dix Leads Packers in Tackles Vs. Niners
Second-year safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix led the Packers with seven total tackles in their road victory against San Francisco that improved them to 4-0.

Abbrederis, Packers Kick Returners Get Psyched Up
Green Bay's kick returners, including Jared Abbrederis in his first NFL game, huddled up before their contest against San Francisco.

Rodgers, Kaepernick Meet After Packers' Win
Colin Kaepernick congratulates Aaron Rodgers after the latter helped the Packers defeat the 49ers, 17-3, at San Francisco.

Young LBs Must Produce for Packers
Green Bay's biggest question mark heading into its 2015 training camp remains who will fill the inside linebacker spot next to Sam Barrington.

Peppers Is Big-Play Guy for Packers
Julius Peppers made numerous big plays for Green Bay as the Packers won the NFC North title and clinched the No. 2 seed in the NFC playoffs.

Packers' Neal in last year of contract
Versatile Mike Neal also must stay healthy as the Green Bay Packers hope to improve their pass rush in 2015.

High expectations for Michigan rookie Jake Ryan
Michigan rookie Jake Ryan is one of the linebackers that the Green Bay Packers hope will make major contributions to an improving defense.

Nick Perry must produce for Packers
Injuries have derailed Nick Perry's career in Green Bay, but he must stay healthy and produce in 2015, the final year of his rookie contract.

Green Bay looks to young LBs
A host of first- and second-year players will be battling for spots in Green Bay's linebacking group and on special teams for 2015.

Matthews Key to Green Bay defense
Clay Matthews must be a force again for the Green Bay Packers in 2015, regardless of whether he lines up at inside or outside linebacker.

Barrington Seeking Bigger Things
Sam Barrington was a key reason for Green Bay's defensive resurgence down the stretch during the 2014 season, and he is looking for a better 2015.

What about the secondary?
Who will the race to replace Tramon Williams and Davon House in Green Bay secondary, which drafted DBs in the first two rounds of 2015 NFL Draft.

What will be the pecking order behind A-Rod?
Scott Tolzien won the battle with Matt Flynn to be the No. 2 quarterback in Green Bay behind reigning MVP Aaron Rodgers.

Who will emerge as Green Bay's No. 3 RB?
Rajion Neal and rookie undrafted free agent John Crockett have the inside track on earning the No. 3 running back spot for the Green Bay Packers.

Green Bay Loves UFAs
Green Bay General Manager Ted Thompson always finds gems among his list of undrafted rookie free agents, and 2015 should be no difference.

Green Bay Has Host of Good WR Candidates
Green Bay has a deep group of wide receivers, so the question becomes how many will General Manger Ted Thompson keep, five or six?

Packers Offensive Line Depth a Concern
Green Bay must find some quality backups along the offensive line to fill in in case of injuries to its solid starting five.

Green Bay's DL rotation for 2015 in flux
Suspension could throw a monkey wrench into Green Bay's defensive line rotation and could cause depth problems early in the 2015 NFL season.

Will Jake Ryan or Carl Bradford step up and become factors?
Michigan's Jake Ryan brings pass rush and coverage skills to Green Bay's defense, so he could play inside or outside for the Packers in 2015.

Who will be on roster bubble?
Several veterans players could find themselves on the chopping block as Green Bay prepares to open its 2015 training camp.

10 Questions As Packers Prepare for Training Camp
Let's start with these 10 questions about Green Bay's roster as the Packers begin their 2015 training camp on July 30.

How will offensive staff changes work out?
Packers coach Mike McCarthy adjusted his offensive staff and won't call the plays in 2015, instead spending more time with the defense, special teams.

Top 10 Worst Trades in Green Bay Packers History
Green Bay's power brokers have pulled off some terrible trades, but Dan Devine was the worst during his four-year tenure as Packers coach and GM.

Super Bowl XXXI
About Packers gives fans the stats, photos and stories behind Green Bay's victory over New England.

Super Bowl XLV
About Packers provides highlights, information, statistics and pictures of Green Bay's 31-25 victory over Pittsburgh after the 2010 season.

Super Bowl II
About Packers offers highlights, game statistics and stories about Green Bay's 33-14 victory over the Oakland Raiders, Vince Lombardi's last game as coach.

Super Bowl I
About Packers provides historical facts and figures, photos and stories about Green Bay's 35-10 victory over Kansas City.

Super Bowl XXXII
About Packers provides fans all of the facts, information, stories and pictures involved with Green Bay's 31-24 loss to Denver.

Packers Invite Fans Around State to Annual Tailgate Parties
The Green Bay Packers will hold their 10th annual anniversary Tailgate Tour from April 14 through April 18 at five cities across Wisconsin.

10th Annual Tailgate Tour: Packers, Fans Celebrate in Elkhorn
The Green Bay Packers made Elkhorn Middle School in Elkhorn one of their stops on their 10th anniversary Tailgate Tour in April

10th Annual Tailgate Tour: Packers, Fans Celebrate in Elkhorn
The Green Bay Packers made Elkhorn Middle School in Elkhorn one of their stops on their 10th anniversary Tailgate Tour in April

Defensive player galleries
Here Packers fans can enjoy their favorite defensive players in action, both in college and the NFL and more.

Film About Packers Fan On Schedule for Summer Shooting
Beloit, Wisconsin, native Ryan Churchill's film about a crazy Green Bay Packers fan is still scheduling to start shooting this summer in Titletown.

Green Bay Packers Fans Catch, Never Lose Green and Gold Fever
Green Bay Packers fans cautiously optimistic about team heading into NFL playoffs, including Sunday's game against the Dallas Cowboys.

Hospice to Raffle Off Packers Tickets to Dallas Game
Kerry Inc. has donated four tickets to a Green Bay game against Dallas in December 2015. It is a fundraising raffle for Beloit Regional Hospice.

Lacy Perfect Complement to Rodgers, G.B. Passing Attack
Green Bay running back Eddie Lacy is seeking his third straight 1,000-yard rushing season and complements Aaron Rodgers and the Packers' passing game.

Randall Cobb Gives Green Bay Packers Big-Play Ability
The Green Bay Packers drafted Randall Cobb in the second round of the NFL Draft in 2011, and the Kentucky product has provided many big plays.

Green Bay Healthy, But Denver Defense Poses Stiff Test
Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers face a stiff test in the Mile High City against Denver's top-ranked defense and Peyton Manning's Broncos.

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Fantasy Football: Which Packers to Play, Sit at Mile High Stadium
Denver's top-rated defense will cause Aaron Rodgers, Eddie Lacy and Randall Cobb problems when it comes to scoring fantasy football points.

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Top Five Green Bay Packers to Follow on Twitter
Check out which Green Bay Packers players that About Packers says fans should follow on Twitter. Here are five that Cheeseheads should find engaging.

Brett Favre was a gunslinger
Many media members and NFL fans described Green Bay quarterback Brett Favre as a gunslinger.

Favre Was Addicted to Vicodin
Green Bay's Brett Favre developed an addiction to the painkiller Vicodin and checked himself into a Kansas clinic in May 1996.

Brett Favre Won 186 Games
Green Bay's Brett Favre won 160 games with the Packers, who suffered only one losing season in his 16 years with the team.

Favre, Packers Made 2 Super Bowls
Brett Favre led the Green Bay Packers to Super Bowls XXXI and XXXII, winning the first over New England and losing the second to Denver.

Chmura, Winters Favre's Best Friends
Brett Favre's best friends in their time with the Packers were center Frank Winters and tight end Mark Chmura.

Mike Holmgren Tutored Brett Favre
Mike Holmgren was the top guy in turning Brett Favre into an NFL quarterback that won a Super Bowl and earned three Most Valuable Player awards.

Favre, Urlacher Locked Horns
Chicago's Brian Urlacher and Green Bay's Brett Favre respected each other's rugged play despite their teams' fierce NFC North rivalry.

Favre holds NFL yards record
Brett Favre set many NFL passing records, but Peyton Manning has passed or will pass some of them before he retires.

Favre, Packers Had Explosive Offense
Green Bay was shut out only twice during Brett Favre's 16 seasons with the team, both coming during 2006, Mike McCarthy's first year as head coach.

Favre's Big Wins Over Steelers
Brett Favre threw scoring passes to Robert Brooks and Sterling Sharpe in a win over the Steelers in his first start as an NFL quarterback.

Favre had Topnotch QB Coaches
Steve Mariucci was Brett Favre's first quarterback coach in Green Bay but later coached against him and Packers while with San Francisco and Detroit.

Brett Favre, Packers Had Ups, Downs
Brett Favre suffered many ups and downs on and off the field during his 16 years as Green Bay's starting quarterback.

Favre Broke Dan Marino's Record
Brett Favre broke Dan Marino's NFL career touchdown passes record in Green Bay's win at Minnesota in September 2007.

Packers Had Big Rivalry With S.F.
Green Bay defeated the San Francisco 49ers 11 of the 12 meetings with Brett Favre at quarterback, including the NFL playoffs.

Packers, Favre So-SO in Overtime
Green Bay's only overtime victory in the NFL playoffs came in January 2004 when Al Harris returned Matt Hasselbeck's interception for a TD.

Favre-Sharpe Top Passing Combo
Brett Favre and Sterling Sharpe didn't always see eye to eye but they combined for 41 touchdown passes from 1992 through 1994 for the Packers.

Favre Set Record for INTs
Brett Favre, who spent 16 of his 20 years with Green Bay, finished his career as the all-time NFL leader in touchdown passes and interceptions thrown.

Levens Was Big-Play Guy for Packers
Dorsey Levens was a valuable offensive weapon for Brett Favre and the Green Bay Packers offense during their two Super Bowl seasons.

Brett Favre-Jenn Sterger Saga
The NFL fined Brett Favre $50,000 for sexting to New York Jets employee Jenn Sterger during his one season with the team in 2008.

Favre's First TD Pass a Game Winner
Unknown Kitrick Taylor caught Brett Favre's first game-winning touchdown pass in the NFL, a 35-yard play to beat Cincinnati in September 1992.

Brett Favre Retirement Talk
Brett Favre retired in March 2008, only to come back and force Green Bay to trade him to the New York Jets to make room for Aaron Rodgers.

Ron Wolf trades for Brett Favre
Green Bay General Manager Ron Wolf traded a first-round draft pick to Atlanta to get an unknown backup quarterback named Brett Favre early in 1992.

B is for Edgar Bennett
Edgar Bennett was a great weapon for Brett Favre and the Packers, either running the ball or catching passes out of the backfield.

C is for Mark Chmura
Tight end Mark Chmura was one of Brett Favre's favorite targets as the Packers qualified for the playoffs from 1995 through 1998.

D is for Da Bears
Brett Favre finished with a 22-10 record against Green Bay's oldest rivals, the Chicago Bears, including winning 18 of 20 meetings from 1994-2003.

E is for John Elway
John Elway didn't have great statistics, but he did enough to lead the Denver Broncos to an upset win over the Green Bay Packers in Super Bowl XXXII.

A is for Antonio Freeman
Antonio Freeman caught more touchdown passes from Brett Favre, 57, than any other receiver during the latter's 20 seasons in the NFL.

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Exciting Action From Green Bay's Win Over San Diego
Check out these photographs from Green Bay's exciting 27-20 victory over the San Diego Chargers at Lambeau Field, a game decided with 15 seconds left.

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Green Bay Defense Makes Another Statement Vs. St. Louis
With Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay offense struggling for a second straight game, Clay Matthews and the Packers' defense dominated again.

Packers, Cheeseheads Should Know Injury Drill By Now
Green Bay's players and coaches have survived and thrived despite being among the most injured teams in the NFL since 2010.

Green Bay DL Jones, Guion Making Up for Lost Time
Green Bay's depth along the line has helped the Packers improving defense, and Datone Jones and Leroy Guion have returned from NFL suspensions to chip in.

Analysis and Prediction: Packers Should Hold Off Explosive Chargers
Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay offense are looking to rebound as they host Philip Rivers and the explosive San Diego Chargers at Lambeau Field.

UW-Whitewater QB Matt Behrendt Hopes to Get Shot at NFL Job
Wisconsin-Whitewater quarterback Matt Behrendt didn't get drafted last spring, but he is continuing his football career with Green Bay in arena football.

Aaron Rodgers Scrambles for a First Down
Aaron Rodgers' athleticism allows him to move the chains with his running abilities as well as with his strong right arm for the Green Bay Packers.

Packers, Chiefs Fans Take in the Action at Lambeau
Green Bay Packers fans at Lambeau Field on Sept. 28 witnessed their team's 11th consecutive victory at home, including the postseason.

A-Rod's Pass to Jeff Janis Doesn't Find Its Mark
Aaron Rodgers tried to complete a pass to second-year receiver Jeff Janis, but Kansas City's Marcus Cooper got in the way.

Pack's Hayward Makes Five Stops Against Kansas City
Green Bay cornerback Casey Hayward finished with five tackles against Kansas City, including one for loss, as the Packers won 38-28.

Alonzo Harris Makes Good First Impression for Pack
Free agent rookie running back Alonzo Harris received his first NFL experience as Green Bay coach Mike McCarthy worked Eddie Lacy back into the lineup.

Jayrone Elliott Makes Another Big Play for Packers
Second-year outside linebacker Jayrone Elliott has recorded a sack, interception and forced fumble in Green Bay's last two games.

Packers' DL Mike Daniels Hunts a Sack
Lineman Mike Daniels was a force as Green Bay's defense dominated Kansas City through three quarters of the Packers' big win at Lambeau Field.

Green Bay's Randall Cobb Scores the Hat Trick
Green Bay's Randall Cobb caught three TD passes from Aaron Rodgers against the Chiefs, and his receiver mates, including Jeff Janis, provided the blocking.

Clinton-Dix Records Six Tackles Vs. Kansas City
Green Bay second-year safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix shared team honors with six total tackles in the Packers' victory over Kansas City at Lambeau Field.

Packers' Offensive Line Holds Up Against the Chiefs
Right tackle Don Barclay and Green Bay's offensive line helped Aaron Rodgers throw for five touchdowns and for more than 300 yards versus Kansas City.

James Starks Carries Load Vs. Kansas City
James Starks carried a game-high 17 times for the Packers as they rushed for 123 yards in defeating Kansas City, 38-28, on Monday Night Football.

Sam Shields Gives Packers Great Field Position After Interception
Green Bay's Sam Shields registered his first interception of 2015, grabbing an errant Alex Smith pass in the third quarter of the Packers win vs. Chiefs.

Green Bay Coach Mike McCarthy Questions a Call
Green Bay head coach Mike McCarthy questions the side judge about a call in the Packers' victory over the Kansas City Chiefs at Lambeau Field.

Cheeseheads Pack Into Rocking Lambeau Field
More than 78,000 fans attended Green Bay's big victory over Kansas City at Lambeau Field in a rematch of Super Bowl I.

Eddie Lacy Leads Balanced Packers' Ground Game Vs. KC
Eddie Lacy performed well against Kansas City, leading the Packers in rushing, a week after leaving the Seattle game early because of an ankle injury.

John Kuhn Remains Key Special Teams Contributor for Packers
Green Bay has performed much better on special teams during the 2015 NFL season, and veteran fullback John Kuhn remains one of the key contributors.

James Jones Continues Big Year for Packers Vs. Chiefs
James Jones caught his fourth touchdown pass of the year and led Green Bay with 139 yards receiving in its big win over Kansas City.

Aaron Rodgers' Fumble Called Off By Kansas City Penalty
Green Bay's Aaron Rodgers was sacked only once against the Chiefs, although another sack and fumble were avoided when Kansas City was called for a penalty.

Fantasy Football: Packers Sit No. 3 Davante Adams
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Fantasy Football: Packers Sit No. 2 James Starks
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Fantasy Football: Packers Start No. 3 Eddie Lacy
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Fantasy Football: Packers Start No. 1 Aaron Rodgers
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Fantasy Football: Packers' Three Starts, Sits Vs. Rams
Check out which Green Bay Packers players to start and sit in fantasy football as they host the St. Louis Rams at Lambeau Field.

James Jones Makes Triumphant Return In Packers Victory
James Jones made a triumphant return to the Packers, catching two touchdown passes from Aaron Rodgers during Green Bay's 31-23 win over the rival Bears.

Packers Starter One: Quarterback Aaron Rodgers
Reigning Most Valuable Player Aaron Rodgers was leading the NFL in quarterback rating through three weeks as Green Bay got off to a 3-0 start.

Packers Starter Two: Wide Receiver Randall Cobb
Randall Cobb caught three touchdown passes from Aaron Rodgers in their win over Kansas City, and Cobb remains a top scorer in fantasy football circles.

Green Bay Offense Looks to Keep Rolling Vs. Niners
Unbeaten Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay offense hope to keep rolling in a Week 4 showdown against the San Francisco 49ers.

Packers Starter Three: Wide Receiver James Jones
Veteran James Jones should be rising on fantasy football play lists because the Green Bay receiver has been one of Aaron Rodgers' favorite targets.

Packers Who to Sit: Green Bay's Defense
Clay Matthews and Green Bay's defense face another stiff test with San Francisco's athletic Colin Kaepernick.

Packers Who to Sit No. 2: Running Back Eddie Lacy
Green Bay coach Mike McCarthy worked No. 1 running back Eddie Lacy slowly into the game against the Chiefs after suffering an ankle injury against Seattle.

Packers Who to Sit No. 3: Tight End Richard Rodgers
Green Bay tight end Richard Rodgers hopes to connect with Aaron Rodgers against San Francisco.

Packers Will Find a Way to Overcome K.C.'s Pass Rush
Aaron Rodgers and banged up Green Bay hope to find ways to continue their winning streak at Lambeau Field as they host the Kansas City Chiefs on MNF.

Chew on This Baker's Dozen of Packers' Top Stories During 2014
Here are 13 great moments and top stories from the Green Bay Packers during calendar year 2014, including a huge playoff-caliber victory and a defeat.

Chew on This Baker's Dozen of Packers' Top Stories During 2014
Here are 13 great moments and top stories from the Green Bay Packers during calendar year 2014, including a huge playoff-caliber victory and a defeat.

Take An Updated Look At Green Bay's 2015 Schedule
The Green Bay Packers will play a first-place schedule again in 2015 after winning the NFC North title for a fourth consecutive season.

Green Bay CB Sam Shields Played Poorly in Win Vs. Bears
Sam Shields is the veteran of Green Bay's cornerback group and must start performing up to the lucrative free agent contract he signed in spring 2014.

C is for Green Bay's NFC Championship Game Collapse
Green Bay hopes to avenge its NFC Championship game loss to Seattle when the Seahawks come to Lambeau Field in the second week of the 2015 season.

F is for Green Bay to Get Off to a Faster Start
Mike McCarthy's Packers hope to get off to a better start in 2015 in hopes of securing home-field advantage for the NFC playoffs.

E is for Packers Running Back Eddie Lacy
Eddie Lacy again leads Green Bay's running game, which will be counted on to give the Packers a balanced offensive attack.

B is for Green Bay Nose Tackle B.J. Raji
Nose tackle B.J. Raji returns to Green Bay's defensive lineup this season after missing 2014 with an injury and hopes to fortify the Packers' run defense.

X is for Who Will Be Green Bay's X Factor
About Packers thinks second-year tight end Richard Rodgers could be Green Bay's X factor during the 2015 season.

Y is for Improving Green Bay's Yards Per Rush Numbers
Green Bay needs Eddie Lacy and its running game to continue to be a factor while also getting its defense to limit big plays.

V is for How Vegas Sees Packers' Super Bowl Odds
Despite losing Jordy Nelson, Green Bay remains one of the top several choices by Las Vegas bookmakers to win Super Bowl 50.

U is for Green Bay's Five Games Under the Lights
Green Bay is one of the NFL's most popular prime-time players because the Packers receive such high TV ratings from Cheeseheads across the country.

A is for Aaron Rodgers
Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers, the reigning NFL Most Valuable Player, hopes to lead the Packers to the playoffs for a seventh straight season.

R is for Impact of Green Bay's 2015 Rookie Class
Green Bay believes in developing its young players, and the Packers will count heavily on its 2015 rookie class this fall.

Q is for Aaron Rodgers and Quarterback Rating
Green Bay's Aaron Rodgers has been one of the NFL's highest rated and most accurate passing quarterbacks since becoming a starter in 2008.

N is for Green Bay's Dominance of the NFC North
Green Bay has dominated its NFC North rivals since Mike McCarthy took over as head coach in 2006 and hopes to win its fifth straight division title.

O if for Green Bay's Topnotch Offensive Line
Green Bay's five starting offensive linemen missed only one start combined in 2014, but the Packers are seeking more depth in case of injuries.

I is for Green Bay's Inside Linebackers
Clay Matthews' move to inside linebacker sparked Green Bay's defense during its playoff run down the stretch in 2014 and should help the Packers again.

J is for Packers Figuring Out How to Win in January Again
Green Bay has lost four of six playoff games since Aaron Rodgers led the Packer to victory over the Steelers in Super Bowl XLV.

H is for Ha Ha Clinton-Dix and Casey Hayward
Green Bay needs a big year from safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix and cornerback Casey Hayward if it wants to improve on defense.

G is for Packers Offensive Guards T.J. Lang, Josh Sitton
Josh Sitton and T.J. Lang give Green Bay one of the top offensive guard tandems in the NFL and provide veteran leadership to a young group.

D is for Green Bay Second-Year WR Davante Adams
Green Bay is looking for a breakout season from second-year wide receiver Davante Adams after his up-and-down rookie campaign.

Z is for Mike McCarthy and His Zingers
Green Bay coach Mike McCarthy gave the rival Bears some chalkboard material with his comments heading into their season opener in the Windy City.

W is for Packers Finding Ways to Win Ugly
Green Bay won several blowout games in 2014 but might need to win close, ugly games this year to return to the postseason.

S is for the Packers' Special Teams Makeover
Several miscues led to Green Bay's loss at Seattle in the NFC Championship game, so Mike McCarthy has devoted much more time to his special teams.

T is for Green Bay's Big Thanksgiving Night Celebration
Green Bay will host hated rival Chicago on Thanksgiving night as it celebrates the retirement of Brett Favre's number at halftime.

P is for Minnesota Running Back Adrian Peterson
Minnesota's Adrian Peterson has enjoyed lots of success running the ball against the Packers in the past and returns to test Green Bay's defense again.

M is for Green Bay Head Coach Mike McCarthy
Green Bay coach Mike McCarthy gave up play-calling in shaking up his offensive staff this offseason to spend more time with the defense and special teams.

K is for Green Bay Place-Kicker Mason Crosby
Packers kicker Mason Crosby has bounced back with two excellent seasons after struggling in 2012, including five field goals in the NFC title game.

L is for Packers' Second-Year Center Corey Linsley
Green Bay center Corey Linsley made the NFL's All-Rookie team in 2014 and looks to take another big step in his second year.

Let's Test Your Knowledge of Packers' ABCs for 2015 Season
Mike McCarthy has Aaron Rodgers leading his ship, but can the Packers overcome the loss of No. 1 wide receiver Jordy Nelson and win the NFC North again?

Letroy Guion Better Be Ready to Play When Returning to Packers
Green Bay hopes its defensive line and returning nose tackle B.J. Raji hold up early in the 2015 season until Leroy Guion comes back from suspension.

No. 1: Linebacker Clay Matthews
About Packers believes these dozen returning Green Bay players must improve the most or still have plenty to prove in one way or another for 2015.

No. 8: Defensive lineman Khyri Thornton
About Packers believes these dozen returning Green Bay players must improve the most or still have plenty to prove in one way or another for 2015.

No. 9: Wide receiver Davante Adams
About Packers believes these dozen returning Green Bay players must improve the most or still have plenty to prove in one way or another for 2015.

No. 2: Cornerback Sam Shields
About Packers believes these dozen returning Green Bay players must improve the most or still have plenty to prove in one way or another for 2015.

No. 3: Nose tackle B.J. Raji
About Packers believes these dozen returning Green Bay players must improve the most or still have plenty to prove in one way or another for 2015.

No. 4: Safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix
About Packers believes these dozen returning Green Bay players must improve the most or still have plenty to prove in one way or another for 2015.

No. 5: Nose tackle Mike Pennel
About Packers believes these dozen returning Green Bay players must improve the most or still have plenty to prove in one way or another for 2015.

No. 7: Linebacker Carl Bradford
About Packers believes these dozen returning Green Bay players must improve the most or still have plenty to prove in one way or another for 2015.

These 12 Packers players must step up
About Packers believes these dozen returning Green Bay players must improve the most or still have plenty to prove in one way or another for 2015.

No. 10: Tight end Richard Rodgers
About Packers believes these dozen returning Green Bay players must improve the most or still have plenty to prove in one way or another for 2015.

No. 11: Wide receiver Jared Abbrederis
About Packers believes these dozen returning Green Bay players must improve the most or still have plenty to prove in one way or another for 2015.

No. 12: Punter Tim Masthay
About Packers believes these dozen returning Green Bay players must improve the most or still have plenty to prove in one way or another for 2015.

No. 6: Defensive lineman Datone Jones
About Packers believes these dozen returning Green Bay players must improve the most or still have plenty to prove in one way or another for 2015.

Ten Reasons Why the Packers Could Miss the Playoffs
Injuries, especially on the offensive line, and not enough improvement on defense could derail the Green Bay Packers in 2014.

Green Bay's Clay Matthews in Pictures
Green Bay Packers outside linebacker Clay Matthews has been one of the top players at his position since being a first-round draft pick in 2009.

Ten Reasons Why Green Bay Should Make the Playoffs
The Green Bay Packers will qualify for the NFL playoffs for a sixth consecutive season because they have one of the league's top quarterbacks and an improved defense.

Photo Spotlight: Clay Matthews, Defense Stop Eagles
Green Bay allowed 425 net yards but only 177 while taking a 30-6 halftime lead as the Packers whipped Philadelphia, 53-20, Sunday at Lambeau Field.

Photo Spotlight: A-Rod, Green Bay Offense Unstoppable
Green Bay's offense rolled up 25 first downs and 475 net yards as the Packers blitzed the Philadelphia Eagles, 53-20, on Sunday at Lambeau Field.

Photo Spotlight: A-Rod, Green Bay Offense Unstoppable
Green Bay's offense rolled up 25 first downs and 475 net yards as the Packers blitzed the Philadelphia Eagles, 53-20, on Sunday at Lambeau Field.

Photo Spotlight: Check Out Highlights From A.J. Hawk's Career
Green Bay inside linebacker A.J. Hawk has overcome plenty of criticism to become the Packers franchise career leader in total tackles.

2014 Green Bay Packers Schedule
Packers fans can check out the 2014 schedule and keep coming back to revisit results and highlights as the season progresses.

2014 Green Bay Packers Player Grades Are In: The Linebackers
The Green Bay Packers saw a lot of change at the linebacker position in 2014 and that could happen again during free agency and the NFL Draft.

Green Bay In Comfortable Salary Cap Situation Heading Into Free Agency
General Manager Ted Thompson and salary cap guru Russ Ball have the Green Bay Packers in excellent shape heading into free agency.

2014 Green Bay Packers Player Grades Are In: QBs, RBs and Specialists
Aaron Rodgers, Eddie Lacy and Mason Crosby received top grades among Green Bay's skill position players for their performances during 2014.

Photo Spotlight: Packers Shine During 2015 NFL Pro Bowl Game
Clay Matthews, Jordy Nelson, John Kuhn, Josh Sitton, Randall Cobb and Sam Shields represented the 2014 Green Bay Packers in the Pro Bowl in Arizona.

2014 Green Bay Packers Player Grades Are In: The Offensive Linemen
The Green Bay Packers fielded one of the NFL's best offensive lines during the 2014 season, with guards Josh SItton and T.J. Lang leading the way.

Favre in Photos: Honors Father's Death With Best Game
About Packers rates Brett Favre's best game in Green Bay as December 2003 whipping of Oakland one day after his father, Irv, passed away.

Brett Favre to Play Flag Football Game at Camp Randall
Green Bay legend Brett Favre will play a flag football game at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison the day after his Packers Hall of Fame induction.

Beloit Native Wants to Start Filming Packers Movie This Summer
Beloit native Ryan Churchill hopes to begin filming romantic comedy about Green Bay Packers fan this summer.

Walking Down Draft Day Memory Lane With Green Bay, Cheeseheads
Photos from NFL Draft Days past should keep you excited as Green Bay Packers GM Ted Thompson brings a new batch of players for the Green and Gold.

Carolina at Green Bay Action in Photographs
The Green Bay Packers dominated the Carolina Panthers offensively and defensively during a 38-17 victory at Lambeau Field. See the action in photos.

Carolina at Green Bay Action in Photographs
The Green Bay Packers dominated the Carolina Panthers offensively and defensively during a 38-17 victory at Lambeau Field. See the action in photos.

Green Bay, Seattle Have Short But Interesting Series History
The Green Bay Packers and Seattle Seahawks have met only 17 times, but this series has become one of the better NFC rivalries in recent years.

About Packers Mailbag: What Free Agents Should Green Bay Keep?
Randall Cobb and Bryan Bulaga are the priorities, but what other unrestricted free agents should the Green Bay Packers bring back for 2015?

Photo Spotlight: Eventual Green Bay Rookies at NFL Combine
All nine of Green Bay's eventual draft selections participated in the 2014 NFL Combine in Indianapolis, along with some undrafted free agents.

Photo Spotlight: Eventual Green Bay Rookies at NFL Combine
All nine of Green Bay's eventual draft selections participated in the 2014 NFL Combine in Indianapolis, along with some undrafted free agents.

2014 Green Bay Packers Player Grades Are In: The Defensive Backs
Green Bay's defensive backs struggled through an up and down season in 2014. Safety Morgan Burnett had the group's best grade in the secondary.

2014 Green Bay Packers Player Grades Are In: The Defensive Linemen
Mike Daniels led an otherwise underperforming defensive line rotation for the Green Bay Packers during the 2014 season, although they got better late.

Green Bay's Top 15 Pass Plays of the 2014 Regular Season
Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay unleashed one of the best passing games in the NFL during the 2014 season. Here are their biggest and best plays.

Green Bay's Top 12 Defensive Plays of 2014 Regular Season
Green Bay's much-maligned defense contributed its share of big plays during the 2014 regular season as the Packers won the NFC North championship.

Offense, Defense Earn Positive Reviews; Special Teams Not Special
Green Bay's offense and defense, especially in the running game, improved as the Packers finished 3-1 in December heading into the NFL playoffs.

Gang Green Stampedes Through Tampa
Several Packers defenders stuff Tampa Bay's Doug Martin, including Sam Barrington and Ha Ha Clinton-Dix. Page 10.

Green Bay's Neal and Peppers Sandwich
Green Bay outside linebackers Mike Neal, left, and Julius Peppers clamp down on Josh McCown on this play in the third quarter. Page 7.

Julius Peppers Gets His Man
Green Bay defensive end-linebacker Julius Peppers swoops in to record one of his two sacks of Tampa Bay's Josh McCown. Page 9.

Green Bay's Mike Daniels Does His Dance
Green Bay defensive lineman Mike Daniels celebrates his sack of Josh McCown during the Packers' won over Tampa Bay.

Green Bay's Mike Neal Celebrates Claymaker's Sack
Green Bay's Clay Matthews registered 2.5 sacks Sunday at Raymond James Stadium, and fellow outside linebacker Mike Neal helps him celebrate. Page 3.

Packers Enjoy Big Win at Tampa Bay
Backup safety Sean Richardson (28) celebrates with fellow Green Bay defenders on the sidelines during their 20-3 win over the Buccaneers. Page 4.

Packers in Buccaneers' Face All Day
Packers' dime LB Brad Jones got a piece of Tampa Bay quarterback Josh McCown's face mask but wasn't flagged on this play in the fourth quarter. Page 6.

Packers' CB Sam Shields Breaks Up Pass
Green Bay's Casey Hayward moves in to assist as Sam Shields fails to intercept this pass intended for Tampa's Russell Shepard. Page 8.

Packers' Tag Team Brings Down Tampa Bay's Martin
Green Bay rookie safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, left, and inside linebacker Sam Barrington combine to corral Tampa Bay running back Doug Martin. Page 2.

Micah Hyde Makes Play for Packers
Green Bay defensive back Micah Hyde prevents Tampa Bay tight end Brandon Myers from making a catch during the first quarter Sunday. Page 5.

Photo Spotlight: Pass Rush Ignites Green Bay Defense Against Bucs
The Packers gave up 16 net yards rushing and 109 total net yards during their 20-3 victory at Tampa Bay on Sunday. They also had seven QB sacks.

Aaron Rodgers Can't Avoid a Sack
Tampa Bay DE Michael Johnson sacks and forces Aaron Rodgers to fumble at the Bucs' 44 on Green Bay's second drive of Sunday's game. Page 11.

Aaron Rodgers Looks Down Field
Green Bay's Aaron Rodgers goes through his progression trying to find an open receiver during the first half against the Bucs. Page 8.

Green Bay's James Starks Finds a Hole
James Starks shoots through a gap in the Tampa Bay line for again in the fourth quarter after Eddie Lacy left with an ankle injury. Page 5.

Career Day for Randall Cobb
Randall Cobb fights for more yardage as Jordy Nelson tries to give him a block during the second quarter in the Packers' win. Page 9.

Packers' Eddie Lacy Comes Up Short of the End Zone
Green Bay RB Eddie Lacy's dive came up short of the end zone and the Packers ended up turning the ball over on downs during this third-quarter drive.

Jordy Nelson Fights for More Yardage
Green Bay leading receiver Jordy Nelson tries to avoid the tackle of Tampa Bay's Alterraun Verner in the second quarter. Page 7.

Jordy Nelson Hangs on in Heavy Traffic
Green Bay's Jordy Nelson hangs on despite being surrounded by three Tampa Bay defenders, including Bradley McDougald. Page 10.

John Kuhn Gashes Bucs in Fourth Quarter
Green Bay fullback John Kuhn loses his helmet on one of his 11-yard runs during the fourth quarter against Tampa Bay. Page 6.

Jordy Nelson Makes Another Great Catch
Jordy Nelson made another highlight-reel catch, a 19-yarder that set up his 1-yard TD catch to cap Green Bay's scoring in its 20-3 victory. Page 12.

Packers' Eddie Lacy Off to the Races
Eddie Lacy bolted for a 44-yard touchdown run to open the scoring for Green Bay late in the first quarter Sunday at Tampa Bay. Page 2.

Green Bay's Randall Cobb Enjoys a Big Day
Packers WR Randall Cobb hauled in a career high 11 catches Sunday, with many of his 131 yards coming while weaving through Tampa Bay defenders. Page 3.

Rodgers-Nelson a Winning Combination
Jordy Nelson, left, and Aaron Rodgers celebrate Nelson's 1-yard TD catch that sewed up Green Bay's 20-3 win over the Buccaneers. Page 4.

Shields, Packer DBs Can't Keep Up to Julio Jones
Sam Shields had a disappointing game against Atlanta after not practicing much the previous week after suffering a concussion in the win against New England. Page 7.

Clay Matthews Hits Atlanta QB Matt Ryan
Green Bay OLB Clay Matthews decks Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan just after the latter released a pass in the fourth quarter. Page 4.

Cheeseheads Love Clay Matthews
Green Bay's Clay Matthews tries to rev up the Lambeau Field crowd after making a play during the third quarter of Monday night's game. Page 11.

Packers DBs Stuff Falcons' Running Back
Green Bay safeties Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, left, and Morgan Burnett stuff Atlanta running back Jacquizz Rodgers in the second half. Page 3.

Clay Matthews, Jake Matthews Battle It Out
Green Bay outside linebacker Clay Matthews squared off against his cousin, Atlanta left tackle Jake Matthews, numerous times in Monday night's game. Page 8.

Julius Peppers, Packers Do a Lot of Chasing
Green Bay's Julius Peppers tries to catch Atlanta running back Steven Jackson during second-quarter action. Page 10.

Green Bay Defensive Linemen Stop Pass
Green Bay linebacker Clay Matthews (52) and lineman Datone Jones (95) leap to try and bat down a pass attempt from Atlanta's Matt Ryan. Page 2.

Davon House Deflects a Pass Against Julio Jones
Green Bay's Davon House broke up two passes in the end zone intended for Atlanta's Julio Jones after replacing starting cornerback Sam Shields. Page 5.