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Green Bay Packers

Stadium: Lambeau Field | Coach: Mike McCarthy
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense27th73.0 (28th)233.5 (15th)
Defense26th176.0 (31st)214.0 (5th)

Last Game

Sun, September 28
Soldier Field
Green Bay Packers
Chicago Bears

Game Leaders

Passing: A. Rodgers (22-28, 302)
Rushing: E. Lacy (17-48)
Receiving: R. Cobb (7-113)

Passing: J. Cutler (22-34, 256)
Rushing: M. Forte (23-122)
Receiving: M. Bennett (9-134)


Thu Sep 4
L 36 - 16at SEA
Sun Sep 14
W 31 - 24NYJ
Sun Sep 21
L 19 - 7at DET
Sun Sep 28
W 38 - 17at CHI
8:25 pm EDT
Thu Oct 2
on CBS SportsMIN
1:00 pm EDT
Sun Oct 12
at MIA
1:00 pm EDT
Sun Oct 19
8:30 pm EDT
Sun Oct 26
at NO
8:30 pm EST
Sun Nov 9
1:00 pm EST
Sun Nov 16
1:00 pm EST
Sun Nov 23
at MIN
4:25 pm EST
Sun Nov 30
8:30 pm EST
Mon Dec 8
1:00 pm EST
Sun Dec 14
at BUF
1:00 pm EST
Sun Dec 21
at TB
1:00 pm EST
Sun Dec 28


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Jarrett Boykin a non-participant Monday
by Larry Hartstein |

The Packers didn't practice Monday, but they still had to issue a practice report ahead of Thursday's game with the Vikings. Wideout Jarrett Boykin (groin) would not have been able to practice.

He was inactive Week 4 at Chicago.

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FFT Blog: Who left points on the board in Week 4?
by Chris Towers |

Over at the Fantasy Football Today blog, I noted a handful of players who left Fantasy points on the field in Week 4. Whether it was due to a play called off due to penalties or just an overthrow by a quarterback, a handful of guys could have helped you more than they did in this weekend.

The list is headlined by Steelers receiver Antonio Brown, who could have had two more touchdowns -- in addition to the two he already scored -- Sunday, if Ben Roethlisberger hit him in stride. Elsewhere, Jaguars receiver Allen Hurns' inability to hang on to the ball cost him another score, the second time that has happened in four games.

Check out the blog post for video of those two plus Kendall Wright of the TitansKelvin Benjamin of the PanthersDavante Adams of the Packers and the ColtsT.Y. Hilton's close brushes with the end zone. 

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Randall Cobb proves he matters between the 20s
by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer

While Randall Cobb owners weren't exactly disappointed with their top wide receiver's performance through the first three weeks, there was some reason for concern heading into Week 4 at Chicago. He had already scored three touchdowns, sure, but he had also averaged just 42.0 receiving yards through three games.

Against the Bears, though, he finally got the yards to go along with the touchdowns, scoring twice more with a team-high 113 yards on seven catches. Five of those catches came between the 20s.

Helping Cobb's cause was the fact that quarterback Aaron Rodgers finally lived up to expectations, throwing for more than 200 yards for just the second time this season. Cobb had just 39 yards when Rodgers threw for a career-high 346 in Week 2.

But he did have two touchdowns in that game as well, so it's clear Rodgers has as much confidence in him as ever. You should, too.

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As Aaron Rodgers goes, so goes Jordy Nelson
by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer

If you hadn't heard, Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was off to a slow start this season. I say "was" because he put a definitive end to that with his four-touchdown, 302-yard performance Week 4 at Chicago. And Jordy Nelson was there to bask in the glory.

Nelson had 10 catches for 108 yards and two touchdowns. In Rodgers' only other big game Week 2 against the Jets, Nelson had nine catches for 209 yards and a touchdown. The correlation is impossible to miss.

As Rodgers goes, so goes Nelson. Just like Rodgers' struggles Week 3 at Detroit were excusable given how the Lions have performed against the pass this season, so were Nelson's. And their struggles Week 1 at Seattle (more Rodgers' than Nelson's in that case) were a given.

The Packers offense has done as it's supposed to this season, and Nelson is as big a part of that offense as ever. You should count on him being a No. 1 wide receiver the rest of the way.

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Sam Shields contributes pick to Packers win
by Marty Gitlin |

Packers cornerback Sam Shields was the hero of the secondary Sunday against the archrival Bears. He snagged an interception and ran 62 yards with it to help his team win.

Shields led Green Bay with three passes defensed and added three tackles.

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