2021 Schedule

2021 Schedule
9-3, 1st in NFC North

Hour 4: King of the Cassel

Matt Cassel stops by to talk about the impact Lincoln Riley will have at USC. Plus, why Aaron Rodgers is the leader in the clubhouse to win his 4th MVP and should the Giants go after Russell Wilson this offseason?


Hour 3: Riley goes West

Lincoln Riley is headed to USC, so Keyshawn tells us when we should expect the Trojans to compete for a National Championship. Plus, Either, Neither or Both: Joe Judge or Dave Gettleman will be back in 2022.


Hour 2: Even Paul's impressed

Are we headed toward a Brady-Belichick Super Bowl? Plus, Key explains why Mac Jones has what it takes to be the first rookie QB to take his team to the Super Bowl, Dan Orlovsky tells us why Matthew Stafford is struggling and, even Paul Finebaum was impressed by Jim Harbaugh's win over Ohio State.


Hour 1: Buyer's Remorse

Keyshawn thinks the Rams will have Buyer's Remorse with Matthew Stafford if they don't reach the Super Bowl. Plus, Aaron Rodgers shows why he is still great and the Bengals have a better chance at the playoffs than the Browns.

Is Aaron Rodgers the best QB in the NFL? (1:11)
Pick-six! Rasul Douglas snatches the INT, takes it to the house (0:31)
AJ Dillon refuses to be denied the end zone for Packers TD (0:18)
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1dRob Demovsky

Packers WR Cobb (groin) exits after huge 1st half

Green Bay's Randall Cobb, who set a season high for receiving yards in the first half with 95 on four catches, including a 7-yard touchdown, did not return for the second half Sunday vs. the Rams after suffering a groin injury.

Rodgers pump-fakes Ramsey on his way to TD (0:18)
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2dAdam Schefter

Sources: OBJ-Pack talks nixed by GB's low offer

Odell Beckham Jr. had sincere interest in playing for the Packers before he ultimately joined the Rams, and one issue that bogged down talks was Green Bay's refusal to offer anything more than the veterans minimum, according to sources.

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Packers RB Jones a game-time call, source says

Packers running back Aaron Jones, listed as questionable due to a knee injury, wants to play vs. the Rams but Green Bay also has a bye next week and can get two weeks of rest for him if he doesn't play Sunday, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

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2dRob Demovsky

Packers RB Jones, WR Lazard active vs. Rams

Packers running back Aaron Jones is active for Sunday's game against the Rams on Sunday after being listed as questionable with a knee injury. Wide receiver Allen Lazard (shoulder) and linebacker Rashan Gary (elbow) also are active.

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5dRob Demovsky

QB Rodgers says he has fracture, not 'COVID toe'

Aaron Rodgers has a fractured pinkie toe -- not "COVID toe" -- and the Packers' QB even put his bare foot in front of the camera on Wednesday in an effort to clear up the issue that has bothered him since returning from a 10-day quarantine.

Why Stephen A. is not concerned about Rodgers' toe injury (1:39)

Hour 1: Fire Nagy?

Will Matt Nagy be fired after the Bears Thanksgiving game vs. the Lions? Cincinnati breaks into the Top 4 of the CFP rankings. The guys disagree on if Jerry Jones should be placing blame for the Cowboys loss to the Chiefs on Amari Cooper...and Aaron Rodgers' pinky toe hurts a lot.

Team Stats

Passing Yards248.310th
Rushing Yards106.721st
Points For23.616th
Points Against20.25th