Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Packers Parking at Lambeau Field | Ticket King Green Bay Has Parking On NFL Game Days

Packers game day parking
You can see Lambeau Field from our parking lot! 
When heading up to Lambeau Field, one of the many things a Packers fan wants to know is where to park and tailgate. Question number two is often "Can we park and tailgate at the same place?" If you check out our Packers parking options, you will see that we can take care of both of those concerns. The Ticket King Green Bay office is always open on game day, and we're just one block south of the Lambeau Field parking lot.

Ten years ago, our company found a perfect place to put our ticket office.  It was an old doughnut shop that sat just across the road from the Don Hudson center.  The building is small, but the parking lot is large, and Packers tailgate fans love to set up camp in our parking spots.  That's fine with us.  We love the party atmosphere of Green Bay on game day.  When you park in our lot, we won't block you in. With every game, we have parking attendants that guide you to your spot.  For the best spots, it's wise to get to the lot a few hours before the game.  After all, 20 to 30 thousand Packer fans are going to be walking and driving right past your spot. It's a great place to "people watch."  Our office is open well before kickoff, so ticket pick up is easy.

So yes, we are more than your best source for Green Bay Packers tickets.  We're Packers fans as well.

Thursday, June 19, 2014

Packers Defense Must Improve In 2014 | Our Best Guess At Who Will Start For Green Bay

Packers Defensive Starters 2014
This week let’s take a look at the Packers defense as we try to project the roster for week one. This will be harder to do than the offense was, so let’s give it our best shot.  Before we get into the nuts and bolts of who will start, we must mention that the defense performed a bit better in 2013, when compared to 2012, where they finished dead last. There is so much room for improvement, that moving up a half dozen spots would still place the team in the bottom half of the league. If the Packers want to go deep into the 2014 playoffs, they have to make massive improvements.  

If we were to take a serious look at how the Packers defensive line performed in 2013, when compared to the rest of the NFL, they rank 26th. That's not so hot.  The team lacked the ability to stop teams that reached the "second level" on the field, only rating better than two other teams in that category.  They gave up 4.26 yards when using the "adjusted line" stats. Still, the team will be going with some familiar names, going into 2014. Defensive Lineman: Starters: B.J. Raji, Datone Jones, Josh Boyd. Backups: Jerel Worthy, Mike Daniels, Khyri Thornton, Leroy Guion.

This unit is all over the place. This was our best shot at trying to determine the starters. The truth is any of these guys could end up starting. We believe Jones will start along with Boyd, but the truth is, this is wide open and we will not know until the end of camp.

Linebackers: Starters: Clay Matthews, Nick Perry, A.J. Hawk, Brad Jones. Backups: Mike Neal, Julius Peppers, Jamari Lattimore, Carl Bradford, Nate Palmer, Sam Barrington,.

The big stunner here may be the listing of Julius Peppers as a backup. We don’t think Peppers will start but he will be key. We believe the Packers are going to use big rotation along the seven man front to keep everyone fresh and healthy. Can Clay Matthews stay healthy for an entire season? If so, look out, if not, well than that contract could become a burden really fast.

Defensive Backs: Starters: Sam Shields, Tramon Williams, Morgan Burnett, HaHa Clinton-Dix. Backups: Devon House, Casey Heyward, Micah Hyde, Sean Richardson.

If they all stay healthy and play to their abilities this might be the deepest defensive secondary in the league. Williams could end up as the Nickel though s both Heyward and House could send him to the bench. I would say that is what the coaches want to happen, but Williams is a nice insurance policy. I think this is the year Bush finally doesn’t make the roster. The coaches really like Richardson as well.