In the first true road game of the season, the Green Bay Packers take on the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday night.GB vs. SF
#49ers #PressPass Hear from head coach Kyle Shanahan as he speaks to the media following the 49ers final practice before taking on the Green Bay Packers at Levi's® Stadium.SF 17, PHI 11
Mike Spofford and Wes Hodkiewicz preview week 3 vs. 49ers
S Darnell Savage spoke to the media on Friday as the Packers get set for a Week 3 matchup against the 49ers.
T/G Royce Newman talks about the confidence level of Packers’ offensive line before Sunday night’s game against the San Francisco 49ers.
Packers Head Coach Matt LaFleur talks about the progress OL Royce Newman has made over his rookie year.
Green Bay Packers CB Eric Stokes spoke to the media following Friday’s practice.
Watch CB Eric Stokes address the media
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Larry McCarren takes a look at Packers QB Aaron Rodgers' primetime performance and the tandem of 49ers QB Jimmy Garoppolo and TE George Kittle in this edition of Packers Daily.
It’s hard to find words to describe Aaron Rodgers’ TD pass to Robert Tonyan. Larry McCarren has the story.
#49ers #PressPass #GBvsSF Norman discussed the challenges of defending Davante Adams, learning the 49ers defense and “getting more savvy with age.”
#49ers #PressPass #GBvsSF Bosa previewed the team's Week 3 matchup against the Packers, reflected on his first primetime game and discussed why it's so difficult to match up against Trent Williams.
#49ers #PressPass #GBvsSF Ryans discussed the team’s situation at cornerback, evaluated Josh Norman’s veteran presence in the secondary and reviewed the 49ers run defense against the Eagles.
#49ers #PressPass #GBvsSF Gould spoke about the Faithful's impact at Levi's Stadium and shared the goals he still has in his NFL career.
Former NFL QB and current analyst Trent Dilfer and former NFL head coach Jay Gruden join Albert Breer to discuss week 2 in the NFL.The Green Bay Packers bounced back in week 2 and flashed the brilliance that made many consider them a Super Bowl contender at season’s end.
A request for tequila and a pronunciation lesson highlights Aaron Rodgers interview1. Most postgame interviews are filled with clichés and cookie-cutter quotes.Aaron Rodgers, who is anything but the stereotypical athlete, gave anything but a stereotypical interview in his post-game chat with ESPN Deportes’ John Sutcliffe after the Packers’ 35–17 win against the Lions on Monday night.Sutcliffe politely asked Rodgers if he could give a Packers-themed sombrero to running back Aaron Jones, who had four touchdowns, as a player-of-the-game type of honor.Rodgers responded that Jones could have the sombrero because all the quarterback wanted was some tequila.Sutcliffe also asked Rodgers if he could help teach his audience how to pronounce “Monday Night Football,” which led to a spectacular moment you can see below.And Cutcliffe came through for the future Hall of Famer on his request for the booze:Rodgers told Pat McAfee on Tuesday that Sutcliffe has been a good friend and a personal tequila supplier for a long time.This was so much more entertaining than hearing about why the Packers' offense clicked that night.2.
The Packers QB did not reveal exactly what his costume will be, leaving us to play the guessing game.View the original article to see embedded media.Packers star quarterback Aaron Rodgers's offseason included a wave of trade and retirement rumors along with speculation about his future as Jeopardy! host.
Jones, whose father died in April, honored him in his first home games since his father's passing with some creative jewelry that fell off during one of his four touchdowns.View the original article to see embedded media.Aaron Jones took the field on Monday night with a heavy heart, playing in his first home game since his father's passing in April.
One bettor was a perfect 15-for-15 on NFL games this weekend, but his wager didn't cash on Monday night.View the original article to see embedded media.One bettor missed out on the parlay of a lifetime on Monday night as the Packers secured a 35-17 win over Jared Goff and the Lions. A bettor placed $25 on a 16-game parlay for Week 2, entering Monday night's matchup at a perfect 15-for-15 on this week's slate of NFL games, first reported by Yahoo Sports. If the 16th and final leg of the parlay cashed, the bettor would have won $726,959.All the bettor needed was for the Lions to pull out the upset victory at Lambeau Field. The wager looked promising through the game's first 30 minutes as the Lions entered the locker room up 17-14.
A betting breakdown of the Week 2 Monday Night Football matchup between the Detroit Lions and Green Bay Packers.Week 2 of the 2021 NFL season concludes on Monday night when Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers play host to Jared Goff and the Detroit Lions.
That’s a valid excuse.View the original article to see embedded media.That’s a valid excuseThe Packers’ loss to the Saints on Sunday was a painful one for Aaron Rodgers—in more ways than one.Green Bay got pushed around by New Orleans in a 38–3 blowout and Rodgers looked nothing like the reigning MVP.
After an offseason of drama, the Packers got blown out and fans had a lot to say.1. The NFL offseason was dominated by one story: the tumultuous relationship between the Packers and Aaron Rodgers.The quarterback kept everyone in the dark about his future until right before training camp, while also moonlighting during the offseason as a Jeopardy! guest host.The constant drama generated strong feelings about Rodgers for some NFL fans.
The blame for the Packers' pathetic performance in Week 1 falls squarely on Aaron RodgersAaron Rodgers is correct to say the Packers' blowout loss to the Saints was just one game.
From the outside looking in, I’d put the Packers performance in Week 1 squarely on Aaron.