A roundup of the latest Green Bay Packers articles for Tuesday, December 18.
Good morning and welcome to the Packers News Report. With two games to go but nothing to play for, our focus shifts to a busy offseason for the Green Bay Packers.
In today’s Packers News Report: why re-signing Randall Cobb this offseason makes sense, the Dairyland Express staff discuss Aaron Rodgers’ season, the top five performers from Week 15, and more.
Here’s a roundup of the latest articles from around the internet.
News and notes from around FanSided
Top five performers in Week 15 loss to Chicago Bears (Lombardi Ave)
Jesse Fry looks at the top five performers in Green Bay’s loss to the Chicago Bears in Week 15.
Roundtable: Such a disappointing season (Dairyland Express)
The Dairyland Express staff discussed what’s gone wrong for Aaron Rodgers this season, whether the team has enough playmakers to compete with the NFL’s best, and more in their latest roundtable discussion.
Making a case to re-sign Randall Cobb this offseason (Lombardi Ave)
Randall Cobb is a free agent this offseason, but he should be re-signed to a one or two-year deal. Cobb can still have an important role in Green Bay’s offense moving forward.
Green Bay currently owns No. 11 pick in 2019 NFL Draft (Lombardi Ave)
If the season ended today, Green Bay would own the 11th overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, and also New Orleans’ first-rounder, which will be determined by the Saints’ playoff finish.
More news and notes from around the internet
Joe Philbin expects a ‘professional’ effort out of Green Bay Packers in final games (PackersNews.com – Jim Owczarski)
How much is Aaron Rodgers to blame for Packers’ wasted season? (ESPN – Rob Demovsky)
Game Changing Play of the Week: Aaron Rodgers misses wide open receivers on back to back plays (Cheesehead TV – Tim Backes)
History suggests Aaron Rodgers can still be great despite down season (Acme Packing Company – Peter Bukowski)
Packers to finish with back-to-back losing seasons for first time since 1991 (Packers Wire – Zach Kruse)
We hope you enjoyed this edition of the Packers News Report.