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Seattle may have shown the Eagles a way to prevent the Packers from running roughshod over them again.
Green Bay is lucky to be in the playoffs, but it might be the most dangerous team in the NFC.
The Packers have to stop the Broncos' running game, but they don't know who Denver's feature back will be.
The Niners offensive line must stop the Buccaneers from pummeling Jeff Garcia.
The bye week comes at a good time for Big Blue, which has to solve big problems with its zone coverage.
The loss of Gilbert Brown for the season is a gigantic blow to an already suspect run defense.
Recently signed Wesley Walls may be just the man who can take the Packers' offense to new levels.
Both Chad Clifton and Mark Tauscher showed up for the first official day of training camp in good health.
Packers QB Brett Favre, who almost retired after last season, has hinted that the upcoming season will be his last.
The Packers need their tight ends to take some of the pressure off the young receiving corps.
Sammy Knight is almost guaranteed a starting job in Green Bay. That would be the case if he signs with Miami.
Green Bay QB says, "I want to enjoy it and play as long as I can," all but putting to rest rumors of his retirement.