While Green Bay struggled this season, other parts of the state made Wisconsin proud and will represent its football tradition at the Pro Bowl. Four players with state ties were chosen for the NFL's all-star game, including three ex-Badgers and two local products from southeastern Wisconsin.
On Twitter, at bars and in homes throughout Wisconsin, and certainly inside Dallas' AT&T Stadium on Sunday evening, Aaron Rodgers' game-winning touchdown pass elicited two simultaneous, usually unrelated-but-increasingly common reactions: "wow" and "yep."
Let's take a look back at Green Bay's defeat Sunday, if you can bear to revisit it. Here's everything you need to know, or just forgot, or missed because you stormed out when it was 31-0 - plus all kinds of other wacky whatnots, from the Packers' NFC Championship Game loss to the Falcons.
FOX broadcasters Joe Buck and Troy Aikman are not everyone's cup of tea, especially with our beloved Packers. So a couple local fans decided to be the home-crowd voice in Riverwest this Sunday, the cheeseheads' cup of Schlitz, for Green Bay's NFC Championship game against Atlanta.
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Dave Begel has long maintained a bromance with Brett Favre forever and long resisted all claims that Aaron Rodgers is the best quarterback in Packers history. Until now. After the display at the Palace in Dallas, it is now time to put the crown on Rodgers' head.
In terms of injuries for the Packers, when it's rained, it's poured at particular positions. As Green Bay prepares to face Atlanta in the NFC Championship Game, it's the wide receiver group that is the latest to fall victim to injury depletion, potentially without Jordy Nelson and Davante Adams.
In episode 14 of The Postgame Tailgate, Jimmy Carlton and Matt Mueller discuss the Packers' Divisional Round playoff win over the Cowboys in Dallas, preview Green Bay's NFC Championship Game showdown with the Falcons and offer a "Bachelor" update on Waukesha Nick, Germantown Danielle and the rest.
As an austere and objective professional sports writer, I couldn't rejoice in the Packers' playoff win over the Cowboys in the fanatical and passionate way I wanted. But you probably could. How did you celebrate? Where were you? What'd you do when they won? What's your favorite memory?
Green Bay kicker Mason Crosby hit the game-winning field goal as time expired to beat the Cowboys in the Divisional Round playoff game in Dallas on Sunday. Afterward, he said it was all a blur. We collected 19 photos from Packers.com to help Crosby, and all of us, remember his awesome day.
How did we get here, with Green Bay knocking off top-seeded Dallas and celebrating the continuation of its unlikely "run the table" season, now just one win away from a return to the Super Bowl? Here's everything you need to know from the Packers' Divisional Round playoff win over the Cowboys.
The Green Bay Packers are ready to 'run the table' but are you? You aren't until you watch this video. Go Pack Go!
There will be plenty to watch during Sunday's Divisional Round playoff showdown between two of the NFL's premier, and most popular, teams. Here are five things, in particular and besides Aaron Rodgers' routine amazingness, to keep an eye on when the Packers face the Cowboys.
Head coach Mike McCarthy made official on Friday what many Packers fans feared: Jordy Nelson has been ruled out of Sunday's game against the Cowboys in Dallas. The wide receiver's rib injury did not improve enough for the team's medical staff to clear him.
Over his past two months of sensational football, Aaron Rodgers hasn't just been making big plays; he's also been not making big mistakes, which has been just as important to the Packers' seven-game winning streak, going into Sunday's Divisional Round playoff game against the Cowboys.
The Packers face the Cowboys on Sunday, and there's now more at stake than just who will advance to the NFC championship game. Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele made a bet with his Dallas counterpart, then officially proclaimed Thursday "Aaron Rodgers Day."