Dan Durkin breaks down Marshall’s blocking, release from the line and some tricks of the trade.
The 186 games played between the Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears qualifies it as the oldest rivalry in the NFL. But the recent history suggests this series has devolved into a “rino,” a rivalry in name only.
The Green Bay Packers are one of only two teams this season that have been able to slow down Brandon Marshall. Apparently, they also got under his skin.
(CBS) Bears wide receiver Earl Bennett and offensive tackle Gabe Carimi were ruled out for Sunday’s game. Bennett will miss his first game this season with a chest injury, while the rookie Carimi is out […]
(CBS) Bears wide receiver Roy Williams practiced without limitations Thursday as the Bears prepare to take on the Packers for an NFC North showdown. Williams, who signed with the Bears as a free agent this […]
As the saying goes, Devin Hester is ridiculous. One moment of poor judgment can cost a team the game. One bad punt and the Packers could miss out on a chance to play for the Super Bowl. So how do you stop him?
The Atlanta Falcons had an early lead keeping the Green Bay Packers scoreless after the first quarter. The Packers turned it around scoring four touchdowns in the second quarter and held the Falcons back.
The Packers had little to worry about during the first half leading 14-3. The second half brought out more fight from the Eagles as they pushed within five points of tying, but an interception in the final minute ended Philadelphia’s push.