….where if you want some Green Bay Packer news, scroll down to the bottom for our weekly “Behind Enemy Lines” section.
Larry Mayer’s blog from Friday – some good tidbits in here.
Have a wall nearby to repeatedly run your head into: Vaughn McClure believes that Orlando Pace will start on Sunday.
Mike Mulligan: The Packers are beatable, but it probably won’t happen.
Mark Potash: Here are Week 14’s winners.
Mark Tauscher is just a wee bit better than Andre Barbre.
Do you want to be like Jay Cutler? Well, go buy his stuff then.
Dan McNeil: I’m going to profit off of dumb Bears fans this weekend, and here’s how I’ll do it.
Vaughn McClure: Greg Olsen needs to step up and have a big game.
Vaughn McClure: If Devin Hester misses practice on Friday, he won’t play on Sunday. (He missed)
Vaughn McClure: Charles Tillman escaped a fine for his facemask penalty last Sunday.
Dan Pompei: Aaron Rodgers is playing at his highest level yet.
Dan Pompei’s mailbag.
Brad Biggs: Zack Bowman is making steady progress. I must have been watching a different Chicago Bears team.
Brad Biggs: Lance Briggs is still worth the money he’s making.
Brad Biggs: Olin Kreutz responded to B.J. Raji by saying rookies are “pretty much all clowns.”
John Mullin: Finally, the Bears – Packers rivalry is getting a little edgy.
If Devin Hester doesn’t start, Johnny Knox could get an opportunity.
Bob LeGere: The Bears’ D needs to play like it did in the season opener.
Bob LeGere: Lovie would be an idiot to start Orlando Pace at LT.
Apparently, Chris Williams will remain at LT.
Jeff Dickerson: Can the Bears pressure Rodgers?
Blog Down, Chicago Bears
Shea Johnson hypes up Devin Aromashodu as much as he can.
Behind Enemy Lines – Green Bay Packers Edition
Green Bay Gazette
The Packers are hoping Tramon Williams doesn’t have as many PI penalties as last week.
LB Brad Jones is admirably filling in for Aaron Kampman.
The Packers are so thin on their defensive line that two offensive lineman switched sides in practice.
Eric Goska: Don’t sleep on the Bears at home. (note to Eric: they can be dead and still beat the Bears)
Their linebackers have done a terrific job this year, especially with the transition to the 3-4.
Nose tackle Ryan Pickett is doubtful for the Bears game.
The Packers are asking for assistance in shoveling snow at Lambeau Field. Those interested can get $8 per hour (ZOMG!).
Pro Football Weekly
The Packer’s special teams unit is far from special.