Monthly Archives: October 2011

Trick or Treat? Jackson is Still a Viking Fan: Trick!

It’s Halloween and my first-born son, Jackson (8) will be dressing as Percy Harvin. For the many of you who ask how “Converting Jackson” is going, there is your answer. He went with his mom to the Packer-Vikings game a … Continue reading

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15 Things We Didn’t Think We’d Say Before the Season Started

With the Packers enjoying their bye week, it’s time to look back at the first seven weeks and consider things we’d never have thought we’d say back on Labor Day weekend: 1. The Pack better keep winning so they get … Continue reading

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Packers Remain Perfect, Though Vikings Put Up a Fight

All week long, my gut told me this would be a seven point game, but with the Vikings ultimately lacking three of their top five players in the secondary, I thought the Pack would blow them out late…it almost happened. … Continue reading

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Packers Will Make It 13 Straight With Win Over Vikes

OK, if you’ve listened to me at all this week, you know I’ve been cautious about this one. As much fun as it is to look at the Vikings’ most recent effort in Chicago compared to the Pack’s 12 game … Continue reading

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Let’s Ponder What We Will See at Metrodome on Sunday

Leslie Frazier confirmed the worst kept secret in Minnesota on Tuesday by naming rookie QB Christian Ponder the team’s new starter, beginning Sunday at the Metrodome against the Pack. There are dozens of reasons this was his only choice and … Continue reading

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Packers Remain Perfect, Though Their Performance Isn’t Quite

I can’t remember watching a Packer game without a shred of anxiety, without a doubt that the Pack was going to win. This one was such a mismatch on paper that you just wondered how many Lambeau Leaps we would … Continue reading

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As Pack Shoot for 12 in a Row, Here are Ten Things That We Need to See on Sunday

Yes, it’s the gimmiest gimme on the schedule, but the St. Louis Rams are coming to town to try to win a football game and the Packers need to be sharp, attend to business and move to 6-0. We all … Continue reading

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Champs Wake Up in Second Half to Dump Falcons

One of the hallmarks of the Pack’s 2010 championship season was that they never trailed by more than a touchdown all season. Through five games this season, the Pack has trailed on the road by 13 and 14 points and … Continue reading

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These Falcons Are Birds of a Different Feather; Pack Will Stay Unbeaten

When the schedule came out last spring, I marked this one down as an “L.” You know, prime time, revenge factor, really really tough at home–all that jazz. I had Atlanta, San Diego, Detroit and Kansas City as my “Ls” … Continue reading

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Falcons’ Bold Draft Move Came With Packers In Mind

After witnessing Aaron Rodgers’ finest hour and official coming out party in their own house in January, the Falcons’ braintrust made a bold, daring draft day decision: If you can’t stop ‘em, try to score along with them. They traded … Continue reading

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