Packers Try To Extend NFC North Lead With Thanksgiving Game Against BearsThe Green Bay Packers beat NFC North leader Minnesota Vikings this week and now want to sweep their division rival Chicago Bears on Thursday night.
Mr. Rodgers Teaches Vikings A LessonThe Packers and Vikings matchup was supposed to be Minnesota's statement game. But Green Bay did all the talking.
Black & Blue Division Turning PurpleThe Minnesota Vikings are set to solidify control of the NFC North and the long-dominant Green Bay Packers.
Keidel: Peyton Manning Not Ready To Pack It InThe geriatric Denver Broncos QB showed he still has a few deep balls left in his divine right arm.
Keidel: Peyton Manning Defeated While UndefeatedA declining Peyton Manning faces the NFL's preeminent quarterback, Aaron Rodgers, when Denver meets Green Bay this weekend.
CBS Sports' Solomon Wilcots: Saints' Offensive Line Is Deteriorating In Front Of BreesSolomon Wilcots took some time to speak on three big games coming up in week six and who he feels may end up in the Super Bowl.
Rams Coach Doesn't Blame QB For Bad DayPackers intercepted Nick Foles a career-worst four times on Sunday
Rams Don't Go Quietly In Green BaySt. Louis defense gives Aaron Rodgers tough time, but Packers win 24-10.
Rams Week 5 Injury Report: DE Sims, RB Reynolds Return To Practice, Hope To Play Sunday In Green BayBoth players were back on the practice field this week after sitting out the last three weeks with knee injuries suffered in the Rams’ season opener against Seattle.
CBS Sports' Dan Fouts: Colts Certainly Have A Plan For Watt Thursday NightFormer NFL quarterback Dan Fouts is now an analyst for CBS Sports and took some time to discuss three huge games that are coming up this weekend and their impact on the season.
Aaron Rodgers, Olivia Munn, A Sword, And A Kendo StickThe Packers QB appears to have picked up a new skill during the offseason
Seattle Team Grades: Seattle Avoids Meltdown, Wins in OTYes, it is a cliche, but the game is never over until it's actually over as Seattle comes from behind to advance to the Super Bowl.