Scout Premium Content

Gameday Notebook: One Win and Super History

QB Aaron Rodgers (Matthew Emmons/USP)

We're not done with the Fail Mary yet, as we examine the history-altering difference between one win and one loss in a 16-game season. Plus, Darren Sproles and Randall Cobb, A.J. Hawk, Drew Brees and the sad-sack Saints defense highlight our 21-point preview that is guaranteed to be the biggest and best anywhere.

The Green Bay Packers say they've moved pass the officiating debacle in Seattle. Whether they have or not will be apparent when they face the New Orleans Saints on Sunday afternoon. "It's just like the saying, you can forgive but you don't have to forget. We won't forget but we'll forgive," cornerback Tramon Williams said this week. As the calendar turns to December and heads toward January, the...

PackerReport.com Recommended Stories


  • It took seven games but the YAC-producing, tackle-breaking Randall Cobb returned on Sunday against Carolina (Mike McGinnis/Getty Images)

  • With a depleted supporting cast of proven playmakers, Aaron Rodgers might be having his best season. Nonetheless, Rodgers' brilliant numbers haven't exactly dropped the jaws of anyone in the Packers'…

  • One week at a time, Green Bay's defense has been turning its weaknesses into strengths. With Week 7 almost in the books, the Packers rank 10th in points and tied for eighth in yards per play, and sore…

  • The Thursday night showdown between the Broncos and Chargers at Mile High Stadium (sponsorship withstanding) could see passing yardage a half mile long. Peyton Manning and Philip Rivers are at the top…

  • It's easy to smile when your team wins. Here's to those women who didn't have it so easy.

Up Next


Tweets