A Green Bay team that hasn’t always won pretty nonetheless has a beautiful record — the best in the NFL, in fact — and several people deserve credit for that feat.
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What’s becoming more and more obvious with each game is that Packers GM Brian Gutekunst should do everything he can to make sure Aaron Rodgers is still the team’s starting quarterback when the 2022 season rolls around.
The Packers are the NFC North champs once again and it’s officially time to start pondering what kind of identity they’ll have when the playoffs begin in less than a month.
A dozen NFL teams, probably more, would have walked out of Lambeau Field with a win Sunday night. Not the Bears, who were handed an early Christmas gift and didn’t have the tools to get it all the way open.
Matt LaFleur’s team all but secured the North division while putting itself in great shape in the race for a No. 1 seed in the NFC with an effort that, while far from perfect, was more than enough to send them into their off week on a happy note.
The NFL season is 11 weeks old and the Packers haven’t authored the kind of complete performances that leave you walking away thinking, yep, this group has what it takes to win a championship.
Columnist Jim Polzin grades the Packers’ performance in their 34-31 loss to the Vikings on Sunday at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis.
“I’m happy, (but) I’m just so tired,” Rodgers said via Zoom after the Packers' 17-0 victory over the Seahawks. “It's been a long, long 10 days.”
It's possible all could miss significant time.
Jim Polzin grades the Green Bay Packers’ performance in their 17-0 victory over the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday at Lambeau Field.