Packers roundup: Toughest games on the schedule, 2015 re-draft
A roundup of the latest Green Bay Packers articles for Sunday, July 14.
Welcome to the Packers News Report. One more Sunday closer to football. Just eight more to go.
With that in mind, which Green Bay Packers game are you most looking forward to this season? The Week 1 opener against the Chicago Bears? The meeting with the Bears at Lambeau Field?
It could also be the showdown between Aaron Rodgers and Patrick Mahomes when Green Bay visits Arrowhead Stadium. Or a meeting with the Los Angeles Chargers, who could be one of the best teams in the league. And of course, any time the Dallas Cowboys are on the schedule, it’s a game to watch.
Which game are you most excited about?
In the Packers News Report on Sunday: the three toughest games on the schedule, a 2015 re-draft, backfields to avoid in fantasy football this season, and more.
News and notes from around FanSided
Green Bay Packers: Three toughest games in 2019 (Dairyland Express – Paul Bretl)
Paul Bretl of Dairyland Express takes a look at the three toughest games on Green Bay’s schedule this season.
Re-Drafting the 2015 NFL Draft: Where do Winston and Mariota end up? (NFL Mocks – Branden Peplowski)
Branden Peplowski of NFL Mocks goes back to 2015 and re-drafts for every team. How could Green Bay have drafted differently four years ago?
Fantasy Football Strategy: Four crowded backfields to avoid (FanSided – Dominic Cintorino)
I like to include a fantasy football article in the Packers News Report each day, and here’s a good one by FanSided’s Dominic Cintorino. He looks at four backfields to avoid this season.
More news and notes from around the internet
How should the Packers handle their offensive line in 2019? (Cheesehead TV – David Michalski)
Packers & Aaron Rodgers look to improve on money down with Matt LaFleur’s approach (Acme Packing Company – Peter Bukowski)
Will Packers see Giants rookie QB, or will Eli Manning still be the man? (PackersNews.com – Jim Owczarski)
Packers can count on pressure from new OLB Preston Smith (Packers Wire – Zach Kruse)
We hope you enjoyed this edition of the Packers News Report.