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Paul Noonan

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Paul Noonan is a freelance writer covering football and baseball from an analytics perspective.  He is a regular contributor for the SBNation Packer website Acme Packing Company, as well as Baseball Prospectus Milwaukee.

The Packers may not be as bad as their record indicates, but they are also clearly nowhere near an elite team. more

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The Packers played the Rams to a virtual tie—with many of their stars putting on inspired performances—but little inexcusable mistakes cost them. more

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The Packers take on the Rams this Sunday, in a matchup that draws a number of parallels to 2001. more

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Facing a backup quarterback and one of the league’s worst teams, the defense surrendered 30 points to CJ Beathard and looked absolutely helpless for three and a half quarters. more

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Aaron Rodgers needs to take major heat for continued slow starts and offensive meltdowns. more

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The biggest consistent problem with McCarthy’s game planning is running on 2nd and long. more

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The Packers helped lose the game every way they could. Let’s go over them in painstaking detail. more

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There is no way to rationally discuss this game without talking about the officials, so let's discuss the officials. more

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How did the team flip the switch from one half to the next? Here are the four biggest things that made the comeback possible. more

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With Brian Gutekunst taking over for former general manager Ted Thompson, the front office quickly identified the outstanding issues with the team, and aggressively targeted solutions. more

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This past weekend Packer GM Brian Gutekunst and company got off to a fast start, but the back half of the draft left a lot of questions about just what they were thinking. more

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The bottom line is that even the most optimistic take on Kizer still casts him as a developmental project, and that’s not really what the Packers need right now. more

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While it’s true that many things work with Rodgers at the helm, it is important to remember that there is a coaching staff out there that has things working even better with Nick Foles at the helm. more

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The Packers would benefit from a more modern approach to offensive game planning. That style of offensive game planning is about to be on display in the Super Bowl for the second year in a row. more

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As Rodgers enters his age 35 season with two years remaining on his contract, there are some worrying signs about his future, and about how he is likely to age. more

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The strength of the Packers going forward lies here. more

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Reflecting on the 2017 season, Paul Noonan itemizes the Packers’ biggest flaws. more

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GM is now the single biggest area of risk for the organization. more

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Rodgers might play well into his 40s, but it is increasingly likely that his best days are behind him and that he will continue to miss time occasionally. more

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The fact is that a fully healthy, or even mostly healthy Packer team wins this game rather easily. more

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