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  • Ravens bracing for Steelers three-down running back Le'Veon Bell

    Ravens bracing for Steelers three-down running back Le'Veon Bell
    Ravens middle linebacker Daryl Smith has built a thorough scouting report on Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell, one of the top young offensive players in the NFL. The last time the Ravens faced Bell during his rookie season last November,...
  • Making the Lambeau Leap 1,300 miles from Green Bay

    Making the Lambeau Leap 1,300 miles from Green Bay
    LEESBURG – If you're tooling down County Road 452 on a Sunday afternoon, roll down your window. Before you even see the big Green Bay flags waving out front, you're likely to hear Packers music coming from out back. Don't let the lady in the...
  • Packers' attack is talented and multi-pronged

    Packers' attack is talented and multi-pronged
    For the Green Bay Packers, it starts with quarterback Aaron Rodgers. For the Packers' opponents, it usually ends that way, too. You can debate whether Rodgers is better than Peyton Manning or Tom Brady or Drew Brees, but there's no question that Rodgers...
  • Packers defense dominates in 53-20 trouncing of Eagles

    Packers defense dominates in 53-20 trouncing of Eagles
    GREEN BAY - Quarterback Aaron Rodgers threw three touchdown passes and Green Bay scored three touchdowns on defense and special teams to bury the Philadelphia Eagles and backup quarterback Mark Sanchez, 53-20, Sunday at Lambeau Field. The Packers had...
  • Fantasy strategy for Week 11: Don't play running back roulette

    Fantasy strategy for Week 11: Don't play running back roulette
    If your team is like mine most seasons, at least one of your running backs on your online roster probably has one of those little red "injury" boxes or check marks next to their name. Whether it's severe or mild injury, banged-up backs are just the nature...
  • Packers alone in first after beating Vikings

    MINNEAPOLIS -- Facing third down and 2 with a chance to close out the game, Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy and quarterback Aaron Rodgers had a big decision to make. McCarthy gave Rodgers the option to throw or hand off to running back Eddie Lacy,...
  • Giving thanks for the Internet getting us closer to sports we love

    Because this is being written on the day after Thanksgiving, I'm eating turkey sandwiches and leftover dressing on the side. By the time you read this, we will have moved on to turkey soup or the under-appreciated T.O.T. (turkey on toast). Also it's close...
  • Packers continue hot streak with 26-21 win over Patriots

    GREEN BAY, Wis. - The Green Bay Packers beat the New England Patriots 26-21 in a potential Super Bowl preview on Sunday at Lambeau Field. In a battle between two of the hottest teams and best quarterbacks in the NFL, the Packers won for the eighth...
  • Saints snap Packers' four-game win streak, 44-23

    Saints snap Packers' four-game win streak, 44-23
    NEW ORLEANS -- Drew Brees threw three second-half touchdown passes, and Mark Ingram rushed for a career-high 172 yards, including a 21-yard touchdown sweep, to power the New Orleans Saints to a 44-23 victory over the Green Bay Packers on Sunday night at...
  • Packers confident QB Aaron Rodgers won't miss time

    Packers confident QB Aaron Rodgers won't miss time
    GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Though saying a bye comes at the right time is a well-circulated phrase among all NFL teams, Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy was paying more than just lip service Monday by agreeing with the saw. "We're 5-3, and we have time...
  • Jerry Greene ranks the top 10 dumbest sports injuries

    I wanted to start today's conversation by defining what turns a sports injury into a stupid sports injury. Turns out I'm not smart enough to do that, so I'll get around it the same way Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart did when he couldn't define...