Monthly Archives: October 2014

One Tweaked Hammy Plus One Deflection = Ballgame

A prime time loss in New Orleans is nothing to get too upset about. After all, the Packers are the 14th straight foe to come up short at night in the Big Easy. We all know the game turned when … Continue reading

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It’ll Be Big, But It Won’t Be Easy

When the schedule came out and we saw the prime time game in New Orleans, most of us penciled in an “L.” After all, Drew Brees and the Saints are virtually unbeatable at home, right? Well they are 2-0, but … Continue reading

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Fall Foliage Report: Peak Conditions, Especially Inside Lambeau

Sometimes we’re treated to the perfect October Sunday. For those fortunate enough to be at Lambeau and for the many more of us who watched or listened, the Packers provided a pitch perfect masterpiece in a 38-17 rout of the … Continue reading

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Chasing Cam: Can Pack Handle Superman?

The best thing that happened to the Pack last Sunday was Aaron Rodgers’ virtuoso performance in the final drive against the Dolphins. The second best thing that happened was Cam Newton’s 17 carries for 107 yards performance against the Bengals. … Continue reading

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Poof. Rodgers Makes the Dolphins Disappear.

Sometimes, greatness wins out. Sometimes you just hand the ball to the best player on the field and say, ‘win this one for us, will ya?’ Aaron Rodgers served up a magical final drive, one which included a cold blooded … Continue reading

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Can Pack Deal With Miami’s Four-Letter Word?

When it comes down to it, the Dolphins are an average football team, capable of looking good one week and lousy the next. They have 8-8 written all over them. They have their share of playmakers: Cameron Wake, Knowshon Moreno, … Continue reading

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Pack Pummels Ponder and Purple: Perfect.

Say it with me, ‘We needed this.’ We needed a game where we could put our feet up, smile a lot and think about how fun it was going to be going in to work on Friday. Two touchdowns apiece … Continue reading

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Expect Rodgers To Be In Prime Form Thursday Night

At the quarter pole, we don’t know precisely what to expect when the Packers take the field these days. Are they the high flying aerial circus we saw at Soldier Field or are they the mistake prone unit we saw … Continue reading

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