Jordy Nelson is healthy and should start with a quality matchup, while Pats and Colts receivers could have big weeks in a shootout, according to our late-week fantasy WR tips.
Packers WR Jordy Nelson (hamstring) highlights the main inactives for Sunday's early games in Week Eight.
The Packers are not firing on all cylinders right now offensively through two games.
PFW executive editor and resident Packers expert Dan Arkush presents the third of five key matchups in the Packers' Week 17 game against the Lions this Sunday at Lambeau Field.
William Del Pilar takes a look at the stat lines for wide receivers, like Andre Roberts, Damian Williams and Denarius Moore and what they mean for fantasy owners heading into Week 17.
Aaron Rodgers threw five touchdown passes for the first time in his career as Green Bay nailed down the No. 1 seed in the NFC, beating Chicago 35-21 on Sunday night.
PFW executive editor and resident Packers expert Dan Arkush selects Green Bay's players of the week on offense, defense and special teams in the team's Week 11 win over the Buccaneers.
PFW executive editor and resident Packers expert Dan Arkush offers his prediction for the Week Eight showdown vs. the Chargers in San Diego.
Here's a key matchup to watch in Sunday's Vikings-Packers game.
Even though Jordy Nelson told PFW that he has enjoyed spending extra time with his family during the lockout, he admits that he's ready for a return to normalcy on the NFL landscape.
With Raiders CB Nnamdi Asoumugha slated to become a free agent March 4, Philadelphia is rumored as a potential landing site for the shutdown corner, according to NFC Whispers.
As in the regular season, Green Bay proved it was worthy of winning it all by fighting through some serious adversity in Super Bowl XLV.
Here is a list of Super Bowl records set or tied in Super Bowl XLV — team and individual — plus other historical information.
Somebody in Green Bay had to pick up all the targets left behind by TE Jermichael Finley, who's out for the season with a knee injury. WR Greg Jennings looks to be that guy.
Despite a terrific training camp, Packers third-year WR Jordy Nelson starts the 2010 season as the No. 4 receiver behind Greg Jennings, the ageless Donald Driver and James Jones.