Monthly Archives: September 2010

Random Thoughts Heading into Lions Week

Random thoughts every Thursday at theheadcheese.com: First of all, on Thursday morning three random people asked me if I was over the Bears game yet. Yes, you have to be. If this happened at the end of the year I’d … Continue reading

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Letting Bears Score Was Packers’ Only Chance

It pains me to write this. It goes against everything I stand for. Would Vince Lombardi have had the guts to tell Willie Davis and Ray Nitschke to let the Bears waltz into the end zone in the final minute … Continue reading

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Penalties, Special Teams Doom Packers

Way to show the nation that you’re a Super Bowl contender Pack. Way to step up and grab the top spot in the NFC through three weeks. ¬†After watching the Pack hand the game to the Bears in Chicago, the … Continue reading

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Pack at Bears: The Preview

I don’t know about all of you, but I’m going to have a hard time getting a lot of work done on Monday. It’s gonna be one of those days where the clock crawls along and 7:30 will feel like … Continue reading

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Random Thoughts Heading into Bears Week

Random thoughts every Thursday at theheadcheese.com: There’s something curiously satisfying about a big prime time game at Soldier Field. Unfortunately, it probably means the Bears are relevant–which they are for now, following their surprising upset in Dallas. Imagine how differently … Continue reading

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Bulaga Era May Dawn vs. Bears, Peppers

There’s little doubt Ted Thompson was targeting defensive help with his first round pick in last year’s draft. But when big Bryan Bulaga, a projected top 15 pick, was still available at #23, Thompson pounced–knowing that he needed a young … Continue reading

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Upgrade at RB Essential if Packers Have Super Bowl Dreams

I get it, it was just the first week in this Ryan Grant-less season. But I came away from the Bills game with this gnawing feeling that the Pack won’t get where they want to unless they find an upgrade … Continue reading

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The Claymaker Leads Rout of Bills

Clay Matthews has made 14 starts in his NFL career. He has 15 sacks in those 14 games. Few careers have started as magnificently as the Pack’s second year linebacker, who once again was all over the field all afternoon … Continue reading

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New-Look Ground Game Should Shine vs. Bills

The reality of the 2010 season is that the Packers will make do without their top back Ryan Grant. In steps former second round pick Brandon Jackson, who joined the team as an uncertain 20-year-old with not a lot of … Continue reading

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Random Thoughts Heading Into Bills Week

Random thoughts every Thursday at theheadcheese.com: The last time Buffalo won a game at Lambeau Field, OJ Simpson was their star. Much has happened in the intervening 36 years to all parties–but a win by the Bills in Green Bay … Continue reading

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