Author: By Jason Wilde

Montgomery not ruling out return for Broncos

Ty Montgomery can't say for certain that he'll be ready for the Green Bay Packers' post-bye game at Denver on Nov. 1, but the Green Bay Packers rookie wide receiver isn't ruling it out after getting relatively good news about the ankle injury he suffered during Sunday's victory over San Diego.

Packers' running backs make a dynamic duo

James Starks got the starting nod instead of Eddie Lacy against the Chargers, and apparently the tandem will be sharing the carries going forward – although Mike McCarthy claims nothing has changed philosophically.

Janis seeks consistency

Wide receiver Jeff Janis' knack for making plays is hard to deny, after his two receptions for 79 yards in Sunday's win over the Chargers. So what will it take to get him more playing time?

Food events this week: Oct. 20–25

Tuesday, October 20A hearty bowl of soup really does warm the soul. Attend Sur La Table's Flavorful Fall Soups class to try out and take home some new soup recipes to get you geared up for another Wisconsin winter. 6 p.m., $34

Packers 27, Chargers 20: 2-minute drill

While Philip Rivers threw for 503 yards, the Packers made the play when it mattered, thanks to one of their rookie cornerbacks who was in the right place at the right time in the closing seconds.

Packers 27, Chargers 20: 6-and-OK

The Packers aren't dominating as they have in the past, but their record remains perfect – even if they aren't playing perfect football.

Same ol' Aaron, despite performance Sunday

Aaron Rodgers wasn't exactly thrilled with his performance on Sunday, but the Packers quarterback prides himself on being consistently on top of his game – and consistent in how he acts around his guys.

Duel in Green Bay: Rivers vs. Rodgers

The San Diego Chargers eye a calendar -- past and future -- as they travel to the play the Green Bay Packers on Sunday. These Chargers are well aware of there, ah, predicament.

Cards' Matheny offers no excuses

The team with baseball's best regular-season record endured a disappointing finish, but St. Louis manager Mike Matheny won't offer a defense for the Cardinals' early playoff exit.

Rodgers not happy with his performance

While it's certainly reassuring that the Packers defense is good enough to carry the day now, Aaron Rodgers wasn't happy with how he played, and he expects more from the offense.