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Packers fire special teams coach

Just two weeks after several speacial-teams blunders that cost the Green Bay Packers in their NFC Championship Game loss to the Seattle Seahawks, coach Mike McCarthy fired special-teams coordinator Shawn Slocum on Friday. “I would like to thank Shawn for all of his contributions over the past nine years,” McCarthy said. “He was a positive contributor to our success, including...
Via Sports-Glory
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Packing the Stats: Packers RB Eddie Lacy’s Performance in 2014

The Green Bay Packers as a team started off this season very slow, the same can be said for Eddie Lacy. The 2014 season saw Lacy take a step forward from what was already a pretty good 2013, but it didn’t come easy nor did it come right away. While it took the Packers 4 games to right the ship, it took Lacy a little bit longer. Like the team as a whole, once Lacy got rolling, he...
2 days ago  |  Discuss

2014 NFL Season Review, Green Bay Packers: Lacy sees fewer touches, delivers more efficient production

The Green Bay Packers scored 486 points this season to lead the league and finished sixth in total yards on offense. Suffice it to say there were a lot of fantasy points to go around. The prime beneficiary (and contributor) was QB Aaron Rodgers who finished as his position’s top scorer this year, with strong passing numbers (4381 yards, a 38:5 TD:INT ratio). Along the way, Rodgers...
Via Fantasy Sports Locker Room
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Green Bay Packers: 2014 season report cards, offense edition

The Green Bay Packers’ season came to a disappointing (understatement of the century) end last Sunday in Seattle, and will now join 29 other teams in the new season, the off-season. Before we can look forward to 2015, we have to reflect on 2014, and by reflect, I mean giving out grades. This edition will focus on the offense. These grades aren’t from a set scale to grade all...
11 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Green Bay Packers RB Eddie Lacy Throws Epic Spin Move on Richard Sherman

For the Green Bay Packers and their fans the way the NFC Championship ended is going to sting for a while. How could it not? They had the game in hand. They had beaten the Seahawks in every way possible, but hadn't scored a lot of points along the way. So when opportunity arose for Seattle to make an improbable comeback they were able to take it.As disappointing as it must be fans...
Via FatManWriting
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Eddie Lacy Recalls Collision with Kam Chancellor As Being ‘Pretty Cool’

Green Bay Packers’ running back Eddie Lacy will face Seattle Seahawks defensive back Kam Chancellor once again this Sunday in the NFC Championship game. After taking a major hit from Chancellor back in Week 1, Lacy  spoke about the collision. Definitely one of the hardest hitters I ever ran into. We stalemated. Pretty cool. The collision called for Lacy to be evaluated for a concussion...
Via Sportsnaut
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Eddie Lacy Happy to Be in Washington this Weekend

With all due respect to Lambeau Field and Wisconsin fans, Eddie Lacy isn’t complaining about a trip to Seattle. The sportsbook betting line for the game gives the Seahawks a 7.5-point edge against Green Bay, and a significant part of that lean comes from Seattle’s dominance at home. Still, even if CenturyLink Field is known as one of the toughest stadiums to play in, what it...
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Michael Bennett calls reporter and Eddie Lacy overweight

Before the Seahawks’ game against the Panthers, Seattle DE Michael Bennett compared the Panthers to a cousin that you want to date, but can’t. Now, a few days before the Seahawks take on the Packers in the NFC Championship Game, Bennett just simultaneously called a reporter and Packers running back Eddie Lacy “overweight.” One plus-sized Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
Via Next Impulse Sports
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Eddie Lacy: Lambeau Leap is 'really, really hard'

The “Lambeau Leap” has been a customary touchdown celebration by the Green Bay Packers since being invented by LeRoy Butler in 1993. However, some players including running back Eddie Lacy say that the celebration, which remains a near requirement, is difficult to perform (via It’s really, really hard. You’ve got a long drive, you exerted a lot of energy getting...
Via Sportsnaut
22 days ago  |  Discuss

Eddie Lacy is ‘very blind,’ refuses to wear goggles

Eddie Lacy is on an absolute tear since the Green Bay Packers came out of their Week 9 bye. Imagine the type of damage he would be doing if he could see? So he’s not completely blind, but Lacy does wear contacts. And he’s one of those contact wearers that gets scolded by the eye...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
December 19, 2014  |  Discuss

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